Microcement on walls: a design cladding to create high decoration

August 25, 2021

Microcement on walls has conquered the decoration of spaces to the point of becoming the starting point for many interior design projects. This design cladding combines with all decorative environments and at the same time reinforces the personality of each one of them.

The aesthetic possibilities of microcement walls translate into innovative finishes, with style and quality. It is a material that allows you to choose between many colours and textures, creating an effect of continuity that is ideal for small and large surfaces.

In addition, microcement on walls makes life easier inside the home, as they are less dirty than traditional walls and do not need to be painted. In Luxury Concrete we want to bring you everything that microcement on walls can bring to the home when it is time to renovate or redecorate any room.

Microcement in walls for customised finishes

Microcement wall cladding offers a high level of customisation where our imagination is the only limit. It is a continuous cladding that integrates perfectly with the most exquisite styles and adapts to all tastes. You can customise its colour, finish and choose the texture that best conveys your decorative essence.

Below we review the aspects that will help you to set the style of the microcement wall:

Microcement wall textures

Microcement offers different textures (coarse, medium or fine) depending on the type of finish to be achieved. The fine texture is the most recommended to achieve a wall covering that is soft to the touch. It is the best option to enhance the decorative value of the finish.

The medium texture provides a different aesthetic with a more homogeneous colour finish, which enhances the continuity of the space giving a clean and modern look.

Microcement on the walls of a two-storey house decorated in white tones
Microcement on the walls of a two-storey house decorated in white tones

The choice of coarse texture is a commitment to the rustic style, which is based on building an environment that is in harmony with nature and where green, brown, grey, gold and beige tones predominate. The combination of a thick textured micro-cement wall with wooden finishes is the perfect way to create a personalised and relaxing atmosphere.

The three textures enrich the material and the perfection of the finishes, but the characteristics of the environment must be taken into account, as each room and style requires different textures.

Water-effect wall cladding

The microcement on walls is loved by those who seek to live in a space marked by uniqueness and exclusivity. It is applied by hand with a trowel and spatula, which creates the famous water effect thanks to the fine texture. This decorative effect on the wall enhances the aesthetic value of the microcement cladding and is an ally for the room to convey a unique style.

Colours for microcement on walls

The variety of colours that microcement can be used for walls multiplies the decorative possibilities. The different tones and combinations give the rooms in our home an inimitable personal touch. Elegant and luminous colours such as white, panacotta, black or charcoal grey transmit a sense of peace and give prominence to the furniture.

Cocoa, ochre, chocolate, chocolate, rye and walnut tones are ideal for walls that convey intensity and seclusion. They are the perfect colours to create contrasting effects with cooler tones.

Cooler colours are a common thread to create a minimalist decoration and trap luminosity. Microcement on walls in light shades is a visually attractive aesthetic choice. Luxury Concrete's Nordic range ranges from fragile shades such as linen to more pastel tones such as sienna and ginger.

The Live collection aims for the wall covering to convey strength and vital energy. Clay, lime, turquoise blue or mocha are evocative tones that fill any part of the house with romanticism. It is an ideal choice to enjoy any room, no matter how busy or lived in it is.

Microcement wall finishes

Depending on the style you want to give the microcement wall, there are three finishes: matt, satin or gloss. The matt finish has a special appeal, as it gives the cladding a natural look. This finish softens the surfaces and helps to spread the light throughout the room.

Microcement on walls with a satin finish translates into a slightly shiny appearance. It is ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, corridors and areas with little natural light. It reflects light slightly.

The glossy finish highlights the colour of the microcement cladding. It is ideal for creating a luminous decoration and achieving luxurious decorative effects. It is the finish that gives prominence to the colours of microcement. Aesthetically, a good solution is to combine a piece of furniture with a glossy finish with a matt wall.

Have you already decided which finish is best for microcement walls? Then get to work!

Microcement in walls for every style

The idea that microcement was confined to industrial styles is a thing of the past. As a decorative cladding, its ability to create continuous and elegant surfaces encompasses many more styles. Microcement walls in a minimalist aesthetic create clean, modern lines. They transform the appearance of any room in the house, adding depth and an ultra-modern touch.

Microcement walls in minimalist style

Microcement on the wall of a bathroom where tiles and wooden floor coexist
Microcement on the wall of a bathroom where tiles and wooden floor coexist

The minimalist style and the microcement on walls form the perfect couple to unify spaces and achieve a perfect visual balance. In this bathroom, various materials and colours are combined to create a luxurious atmosphere. On the wall, microcement and tiles coexist harmoniously in an atmosphere that breathes spaciousness and neatness.

When the maxim of less is more is fulfilled, bathrooms as successful as the one in the image are achieved. Minimalist bathrooms stand out for their attention to detail, for their simple taps and for the few elements that are visible. The lighting and natural light create a warm and pleasant space.

Microcement wall in a minimalist living room decorated with grey tones
Microcement wall in a minimalist living room decorated with grey tones

In this minimalist living room, the microcement on the wall adds a more elegant touch to the room. The use of grey tones and natural decorative elements leads us to a space that conveys warmth. In many occasions it is preferable to use few elements to create special surfaces. Decorative wall coverings help to create a sense of order and visual cleanliness.

Kitchen with microcement on the wall and natural light coming in through a large window
Kitchen with microcement on the wall and natural light coming in through a large window

And from the living room we move on to this minimalist kitchen, where modern appliances and top quality materials, such as the microcement wall, wood and stainless steel, predominate. A room where cold tones, such as white, and the entry of natural light create a striking and intense space. Microcement is a good way to create a minimalist room with a lot of personality.

Modern style with microcement walls

Microcement on the wall of a modern living room that connects to the kitchen
Microcement on the wall of a modern living room that connects to the kitchen

Modern style decoration is one of the most used by those who want to give a new style to their home. The living room in the image shows how in this type of decoration there is no room for disorder. The microcement on the walls enhances the feeling of spaciousness of the room and provides a harmonious style to create an atmosphere where smooth and refined surfaces predominate.

The furniture and the distribution favour the staging of a decoration with personality that moves away from a cold atmosphere. Bright and spacious rooms are essential to create a modern style. The connection between the living room and the kitchen results in a sophisticated atmosphere in both rooms.

Microcement wall in a living room with two brown armchairs and two windows with a view
Microcement wall in a living room with two brown armchairs and two windows with a view

The use of decorative elements in the modern style is scarce, a maxim that is perfectly fulfilled in this living room with a microcement wall. The finish of the wall gives a natural and elegant touch to this part of the house. This decorative model means that only the necessary furniture is used. The furniture, the wall and the floor are stylised with polished, smooth and elegant surfaces.

The microcement cladding on the wall makes a bold statement but at the same time represents a proposal of order, simplicity and exquisiteness. Smooth shapes and natural light are the icing on the cake of a clean and tidy room.

Microcement on the wall and floor of a room decorated in warm tones
Microcement on the wall and floor of a room decorated in warm tones

Natural is in fashion and is also a perfect ally for the modern style. This room has a natural look to create a calm and soothing atmosphere that conveys calm. The use of warm colours is the right choice, as they create a serene atmosphere. The microcement on the walls and floor creates an atmosphere where elegance and serenity come together.

Discover Concrete Wall, microcement for walls

Decorative coatings have become a trend for decorating indoor and outdoor spaces, but there are many types. Each one has a specific use depending on the area where it is to be applied. If the bet is microcement on walls, Concrete Wall is the cladding designed to achieve spectacular highly decorative finishes.

It is a fine-grained microcement ideal for achieving designs similar to Venetian stucco. Its application results in a coating that is extremely smooth to the touch. It also reaches its maximum splendour in kitchens and bathrooms, as it withstands the most demanding tests without problems.

It is a product that offers a high level of customisation, both in colour and texture. No matter the decorative style, thanks to its versatility it adapts to the specific needs of each home. Functionality and design go hand in hand to create luxury spaces.