Bathed in sunlight from a wall of windows and a skylight, this modern open-plan kitchen and dining room are tied together by a stained concrete floor. Pendant lighting in copper and a wood dining room table add welcome color and a contrast of finish.
Dark stained concrete flooring used indoors continues out to the home's deck. A steel and glass railing encloses the space, and an outdoor sofa and pair of armchairs provide comfy seating to take in the lakefront views.
Custom wine cabinets highlight one of the seating areas in the Beckrew Wine House in Houston's Upper Kirby District. High-top tables are paired with white leather barstools for intimate seating, while stained concrete floors ground the space.
The sliding doors off the living room in this Big Sky, Mont., create a seamless transition between the indoors and out. The stained concrete floor leads out to a concrete patio, where a comfortable outdoor seating area faces an impressive, two-story fireplace.
A high wood ceiling, natural rock wall and stained concrete floor create the foundation for this rustic dining room. The texture combination brings outdoorsy elements to the indoor design. An intricate antler chandelier hangs over the long wooden dining table and stained wood chairs.
Stained concrete floors pair with whimsical wallpaper for an eclectic manager's office at Barking Hound Village dog boarding and daycare facility. A chunky white and wood desk has chic white chairs with gold accents. A Sputnik-inspired chandelier adds modern glam to the room.
Clean-lined cabinets and sleek quartz countertops blend with wood ceiling beams and stained concrete flooring to create a kitchen filled with interesting juxtapositions. Modern track lighting mixes with a corrugated tin ceiling to light up the space, while open shelving offers unique and functional storage.
Natural wood beams on the ceiling combine with clean-lined cabinetry to create a kitchen filled with juxtapositions. Modern track lighting, stained concrete floors and sleek quartz countertops bring industrial edge to the space without erasing its warm, rustic vibe. The designers removed all downstairs walls to create an open-concept kitchen, dining and living area.
The focus of the interior of the home is on the view of the nature that surrounds it. Geometric windows on the front wall of the home allow in plenty of filtered sunlight and a prime view of the lot's design inspiration-the Live Oak Tree. A neutral color palette and stained concrete floors reflect the sunlight and make the space feel connected to the outdoors.