The world does not stand still, and with it new technologies in the field of design. With the help of modern finishing decisions, you can make a truly unique design.
The first interesting and unusual material for walls – metal panels. They are made under brass, silver, bronze, copper, it is also possible to do a mirror surface. They are covered with a glossy or opaque varnish, thereby making them durable and practical.
It is a new finishing decision in interior design. This is a floor tile, which is called liquid or live interactive, because it responds to touch. The secret of the material is simple: between the two layers there is absolutely harmless color gel, which can be applied even in food production. It responds to pressing.
In addition, this decision also has anti-slip and anti-shock effect. This dalle is used not only for the floor, but also for the decoration of walls and countertops. For greater effect it can be combined with backlight. The tile is simple enough to mount. It is attached either with glue or double-sided tape.
The exotic mosaic one is created from processed coconut nut shell. It is released in both flexible and rigid form. Coconut tiles are used to decorate walls, interior and even furniture. It is simply glued to the surface you need with silicate glue.
It is another new finishing material, which at first glance resembles wood. But this is only the first impression – in fact, it is from old, polished and treated with special compositions of belts.
It is the most unusual finishing decision. The idea of creating it came to the head of the Dutch artist Liske Schröder after she saw the snails eating a piece of paper and the products of their vital activity that hardened after that.
Then she decided on a bold experiment: she had gotten several dozen aquariums with snails and, feeding them with colored paper, received the product she needed. It was crushed, pressed and transformed into both dalles and threads, from which you can weave a rug. At the same time in one square meter of such tiles – just 6 grams of snail waste, but they give the dalle a bright and unique scheme.