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The Hard Stuff: Cement Home Decor



The rough-around-the-edges material goes beyond the sidewalk to modern lighting and false wood.

MODERN LIGHTING
Concrete’s minimalist look and structural form give mood lighting an updated edge.


Idee al Lamp by Clement Terreng, available in three concrete surface tones, $390; at shop.gessato.com.

 


Concrete Cone Lamp by VerteX Design Studio, available in black, gray and white, $265 each; at etsy.me/2b0P4Nq.

 


Concrete Hanging Lamp 
by TrendBolt, bulb not included, $139; at etsy.me/2aDQX1y.

 


Crescent Lamp
 by Troy Reugebrink, lamp cut in half to allow many lighting options, €150; at qoowl.com.

 


Bedside Lamp by SmartConcrete, made with concrete and copper, $178; at etsy.me/2bcBHuP.

FAUX BOIS
French for “false wood”, faux bois refers to items that have been painted, printed or sculpted to look like wood, and these amazing concrete pieces might fool Mother Nature herself.


The Ellwyn Bench by Curry & Company, price upon request; at curreycodealers.com.

 


Cast Concrete Coasters in white by Project Concrete, $25 for four; at etsy.me/2aZfuk6.

 


Twigg Chair on Three Legs by Michael Fogg, price available upon request; at michaelfogg.com.

 


The Norman Dining Table from Made Goods, price upon request; at madegoods.com.

 


Concrete Garden Stool by Nine Ten Casting, $329; at 910castings.com

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