Why using microcement and concrete in the bathroom is a great idea
Architectural concrete seems to have been created for use in the bathroom. It will successfully replace the tiles, it is also much cheaper and easier to install than natural stone. You can choose from architectural concrete slabs, cast tops and washbasins, or claddings of walls and microcement floors, and more recently – concrete interior design accessories such as e.g. soaps dishes. We’re explaining why using microcement and concrete in the bathroom is such a good idea. Keep on reading.
Microcement bathroom: walls and floor
For some time on the microcement has been reigning in the interior design as the hottest bathroom trend. Among its advantages (in addition to its stylish appearance) we can mention durability, ease of application and cleanliness – there are no joints and the surface is smooth, so that no dirt and soap deposits are collected. What is more, the sealed microcement is completely waterproof, so it can be used in shower cabins and for finishing off line drains.
Here you can find most frequently asked questions about the microcement in the bathroom.
Decorative concrete slabs in your bathroom
A good idea for the use of architectural concrete is to use concrete panels. They can be installed in virtually any firm structure. Their installation is fast and simple and is available in countless shapes and colors.
Bathroom accessories made of architectural concrete
There are plenty of stylish concrete accessories on the internet. Many of them can also be made by yourself using a ready-mixed concrete mix.
Sinks made of architectural concrete are an unusual alternative to traditional ceramic washbasins. You can choose among freestanding washbasins, on top washbasins, round, rectangular …. sky is the limit!
In turn, a lighter alternative to concrete sinks are sinks covered with microcement. Usually, a structure is made of MDF, and then covered with a primer layer that gives adhesion and microcement in any color.
Microcement and concrete in the bathroom can be used in infinitely many ways. Thanks to our products from FESTFLOOR Life, FESTWALL and the archiFEST you can accomplish any, even the most extravagant idea. If you plan to use architectural concrete / microcement in your interior and you do not have installers who can make it done for you, we can recommend to you the professionals we work with. Don’t hesitate to contact us.
This article is part of a series of publications on decorative concrete. If you liked it, read also the other posts:
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- Decorative concrete in the house: 5 amazing concrete houses