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The open-concept trend is evolving this season to include terraces in its designs

The open-concept trend is evolving this season to include terraces in its designs

Designs based on the creation of open spaces are taking centre stage in new projects, where visual spaciousness in our homes has become an essential requirement for users.

There is absolutely no doubt that the demands on size and layout in our homes are undergoing a huge revolution. This is largely due to the needs identified by users during the lockdown: people want open spaces in which to multitask and enjoy visual spaciousness, allowing maximum enjoyment to be achieved at home while enhancing any social interactions.

The open-concept in new homes

The open-concept trend is making a strong come-back this season and taking a step further to adapt to modern market requirements, with a commitment to designs where the terrace is the big star of new projects and renovations.

Spacious areas, increased functionality and interconnected spaces full of light due to fewer interior walls where the use of flooring provides uniformity and visual spaciousness. The floor is the fundamental feature of this trend, for which ceramic stands out as the most complete construction material for bringing spaces together and where large format products are consolidating their position as the best option for reducing joints and enhancing visual cleanliness.

What can ceramics bring to this concept?

Paving material choice and how we use it are decisions that need to be taken in advance and, as we said above, are extremely important in open-concept designs. In this regard, texture has a direct impact on surface safety and functionality.

The solutions offered by IN&OUT from Exagres include smooth (In Solutions) and non-slip finishes (Out Solutions), enabling ceramic flooring to adapt to each room while maintaining design uniformity and the technical features of health and safety. Milán is one of the big favourites this year in the sector, a series providing that visual integration through both its design and its IN&OUT finishes. Its pleasing textures can be used according to the needs of each room.

All the Exagres collections also offer special pieces, such as stair treads; essential elements to strengthening the continuity concept over to stairs and level changes. Furthermore, the uniformity provided by the graphic design on the various pieces also strengthens that feeling by unifying the overall aesthetic appearance.


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