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Masonry furniture invades the decor

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Masonry furniture invades the decor

A. Meurant

Enveloped in concrete or plaster, the masonry furniture seems to blend in with the walls and architecture. Here are 3 landscaping solutions or decorative bias that, we bet, will give you ideas.

The furniture in masonry are invited in our decor. Robust, they resist the vagaries of time with brilliance. In addition, concrete and plaster are becoming more and more trendy. Here are some ideas to inspire you.

A clay staircase that blends into the decor

N. Matheus

Near Uzès, a silk factory restored by interior designer Annie Moore. In the kitchen, the staircase leading to the bedroom was painted in "Terre de Bourgogne" (Clay) to blend better into the wall of the same hue.

An ultra trendy brick library in the living room

A. Meurant

In Cap-Ferret, in a large cabin-like house designed by architect Henri Blanchot. In the living room, a vast plastered masonry bookcase houses a fireplace and shelves. Bdf-architectes.com.

A two-in-one concrete bench

N. Matheus

In Comporta (Portugal), architect and decorator Vera Iachia has designed maisonettes to welcome family and friends. In one of them, she drew a desk-bench covered with white concrete (Marius Aurenti). Veraiachia.com.

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