Cement in Interior Design -Bohemian Stoneworks

Cement in Interior Design -Bohemian Stoneworks

I love using cement in interior design projects, and the best resource I’ve found is Bohemian Stoneworks. Located right here in Sebastopol CA where I live, Patrick Miller the owner has experimented with, and is experienced in, a wide range of products that appeal to us designers, in over 121 colors, or made to match a color we provide.

Cement for Interiors-it isn't what it used to be, from Bohemian Stoneworks, image by Irene Turner

Cement for Interiors-it isn’t what it used to be, from Bohemian Stoneworks, image by Irene Turner

A few of his products range from:

  • Floors, and floor tiles. I’m using his floor tiles for the entry of my latest project. The Manika Jewelry Store to open in a week in the Palace Hotel in Downtown San Francisco.
The Manika M logo inset in one of Bohemian Stoneworks Cement tiles

The Manika M logo inset in one of Bohemian Stoneworks Cement tiles

  • Furniture such as tables, benches, chairs and the like. This table is from a project I completed out at the coast in Bodega Bay.

    Bohemian Stoneworks table our in a home in Bodega Bay

    Bohemian Stoneworks table our in a home in Bodega Bay-click the pic to see before & after photos

  •  Kitchen and Bathroom counter tops with inset metal sinks or one form counter/sink.

    counter tops here with inset brass sink by Bohemian Stoneworks, image by Irene Turner

    counter tops here with inset brass sink by Bohemian Stoneworks, image by Irene Turner

  • Fireplace surrounds.

    Fireplace surrounds from Bohemian Stoneworks

    Fireplace surrounds from Bohemian Stoneworks

  • And water fountains that stand out in beautifully landscaped gardens
    water fountains by Bohemian Stoneworks-image by Irene Turner

    water fountains by Bohemian Stoneworks-image by Irene Turner

    All in all…Cement isn’t what it used to be, and Patrick Miller at Bohemian Stoneworks has raised it to an art form! And, like Artefacts Design & Salvage, Bohemian Stonework is an important resource for all my projects.

Stay tuned for more posts on the opening of the new Manika Jewelry Store over the next couple of months. And tell me, what do you think, would you use cement as a finish in your space?

 

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