Use polished microcement in decoration

One of the materials that has begun to be used in the interior of houses relatively recently is cement, its finest aspect, the polished microcement. It was a material that was only used outdoors, such as garage floors, driveways and facades, but over time it has been seen that it is a material that can have a very interesting finish to use indoors.

This microcemento, it should not be confused with ordinary polished cement, since the treatment is different and the finish is finer. It has the advantage that it can be applied on almost any surface regardless of its material and is suitable for both floors and walls or for covering boards or different surfaces since it is only necessary to apply a thin layer of this material. We can also use it in areas such as the bathroom because it is moisture resistant and non-slip, and choose from a wide range of colors and brightness to adapt it to our decoration and style, in addition to presenting the option of including some type of drawing.

If we use it on floors or walls, it has the advantage that being a continuous material It does not have joints where dirt can get as it happens with ceramic tiles and also presents a great resistance to use.

Thanks to these characteristics we can use ourselves in multiple ways within the decor of our home, whether to line an old bathroom or kitchen countertop, give a new finish to the stairs, change the look of our bathroom or give a more modern touch to the floor of our terrace. There are many options that this material presents within the world of decoration.

Image sources: reforms-concrete, blog.habitissimo, microcement-barcelona

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