Microcement and wood: a dream tandem

The word home encompasses many meanings. It's our refuge, it's the hug we need after a long day and the corner where we shelter. Therefore, pampering it and looking for the perfect decoration that dresses each of its spaces is essential to feel comfortable.

We all want the place, where we seek peace and warmth equally, to adapt as much as possible to our tastes.

That's why you'll love to know that there are two materials that are complementary and that, in addition, can give your rooms that unique, distinguishing, and cozy style that you're looking for: the wood and the microcement.

Blue microcement wall combined with wood to enhance the spaciousness of a modern style bathroom

Wood is a material known by all. It's present in many spaces of our lives and provides warmth in any room where it is present. Microcement is a thin decorative coating increasingly on the rise for its ability to grant sophistication and personality to any project.

The continuity it offers and the capacity it has to leave walls and floors jointless makes it an attractive and distinguishing option.

A successful duo?: Microcement, fresh and modern, and wood, soft and warm

Microcement can be applied on all types of firm and consolidated surfaces, but not on wood. The reality is that microcement and wood can live together, but not mixed. Both materials are so different in

dureza, color y tacto que su combinación da como resultado un ambiente con un estilo exquisito.

A wooden floor and a microcement wall offer more than a successful combination. It's a perfect tandem that coexists in harmony and allows to achieve a space that exudes naturalness, simplicity and warmth.

In addition to its versatility, microcement can be pigmented with any color offering a great chromatic variety and requires surface treatments that waterproof it and make it anti-slip.

I'm sure you're beginning to consider the idea of combining microcement and wood, right?. But besides combining both materials, how can we achieve an environment that exudes naturalness and warmth?. Today we bring you some tips that will help you achieve this:

Microcement and wood bathrooms

The bathroom is a space where microcement and wood are highly valued. Covering the floors with microcement and opting for tropical woods for the furniture is ideal for lovers of elegant and classic designs.

It is a combination that provides resistance, durability and at the same time allows for a pleasant and warm bath. It is a perfect alternative if we want to leave behind ceramic or porcelain materials.

Microcement in a small size bathroom decorated with warm tones and a simple wooden furniture under the sink

In addition, both materials can be given an anti-slip treatment, which results in finishes that will resist the passage of time and help give the bathroom a modern style.

But if we prefer to take it slow, we can always put wood in small parts of the bathroom so we don't have to worry about the wood's contact with water. A tray for the bathtub, the shelf for towels and colognes, or the shelves where the shampoo bottles are left are always ideal areas to choose wood.

The small details finished with wood complement perfectly with the microcement, which enhances the natural touch of the wood, gives the space a greater sense of amplitude, and creates continuous surfaces with subtle plays of light and shadow.

Microcement and wood: an ideal combination in kitchens

Kitchens are perfect spaces to give a touch of modernity, a word that perfectly associates with microcement and wood. Achieving a modern and functional kitchen is a challenge that is not at odds with simplicity or the variety of materials.

In this image, microcement and the proximity of wood enhance the classic style of the house. The wall tiles and warm colors are the icing on the cake in the decoration of a kitchen that conveys a homey warmth.

Microcement floor in a kitchen equipped with tiles on the walls and decorated in a classic style

The microcement floor that can be created with MyFloor helps to capture light and provides a sensation of spaciousness that other coverings cannot offer. The presence of a wicker lamp completes the appeal of a warm and natural design. Integrating microcement with wood, tiles, or wicker increases the kitchen's inspiration levels and creates a space of high decorative value.

Why give up the tandem that microcement and wood form in the rooms of the house that are exposed to more wear and tear? There are many ways to combine them to make your house turn into a temple of comfort.