Flooring is an area from which the mood of a room can pivot. For some years, rich, dark timber was the flavour of choice for flooring, creating deep, moody interiors. That’s moved now towards lighter timbers, which create airy, light spaces. “And that’s exactly what can be achieved now with this new colour range, in concrete.”
With traditional poured concrete, you can use oxides to create some different colours. “The difference with this range is that we are providing more variety and meeting the market with a new colour range that suits different, contemporary decors.”
And because Concreate is a panel system, it opens the doors to design creativity when planning a concrete floor or wall solution. “We’re starting to see more people look outside the box and use a range of different coloured panels within one floor to create a multi-tonal effect,” Mark says. “We’re also seeing different shades specified for flooring and wall areas, and creating really distinct visual contrasts using colours from different ends of the spectrum, which can create a brick-like effect in a feature area.”
Get in touch with Concreate on ArchiPro here to see how you could utilise this new colour range.