East Coast Apartment
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Can concrete be used in water-heavy areas like the kitchen or bathroom?Gani weighs in on the issue: “Most homeowners avoid applying concrete to kitchens and bathrooms (with the exceptions of certain wall surfaces) because they think concrete is porous and cracks easily, and therefore isn’t very waterproof. However, you most definitely can use concrete in kitchens, balconies, and even in bathrooms! Work with certified contractors and ask for quality concrete flooring. A certified contractor will be able to recommend quality compound materials for the subfloor and wall and floor finishing so your concrete surfaces can last a long time.” How to use concrete in the bathroom
Photo by BryanV PhotographyWith industrial style being the other most-requested for look in Singapore interiors, this house‘s bathroom also offers cool ideas.TIP: Close the lid on the toilet when photographing the bathroom, please.
Continuing the industrial style in the bathroom, Tay used black homogenous tiles, concrete walls and sink treated with a matt sealant, and towel rails clad in the same wood-look laminate.