Bespoke New Basement Kitchen, Kingston, LondonContemporary Kitchen

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David Hines wrote:21 May 2015
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    Casey & Fox
    4 years ago

    Hi David, the company that did this particular floor, are no longer trading. However it was a micro concrete so very thin. It was a difficult installation as it cracked in the early days and had to be redone. Do your homework on who you use and ask for references. If possible, ask to see existing installations. Good Luck. SC

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larasargent
Lara Sargent added this to 10 Reasons to Covet Concrete Flooring5 January 2016

Master a micro concreteIf weight and/or access make a conventional, wet-cast concrete floor out of the question, consider a much thinner micro-top concrete instead.At just 3mm thick, the mix of cement and polymers is applied using a trowel in multiple layers over a few days. And while a micro-concrete is slim, it’s still long-lasting, tough and water-resistant, and offers a similar look.

nataliewain
Natalie Wain added this to Room of the Week: A Chic Basement Conversion in Surrey25 September 2014

Given Andrea’s quest for light, the dark wall colour – Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe – seems a surprising choice at first. ‘They were very keen to add an element of drama to the scheme,’ says Siobhan. ‘Andrea wanted it to be a talking point and felt that uniform white walls would look a little dull.’ The polished concrete floor injects an industrial-style vibe into the space. ‘It’s a great look with a seamless finish, but it was a practical choice, too,’ explains Siobhan. ‘With three kids and all their friends coming in and out, as well as a dog, Andrea wanted a surface that was easy to sweep and mop clean. And the underfloor heating means it isn’t cold underfoot.’Paint in Down Pipe, Farrow & Ball.

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erinb82
Erin Bee added this to New House21 September 2018

Side of stairs is wood not drywall

brennz
brennz added this to Flooring20 January 2018

Instead of Full. thickness concrete flooring

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