|photos by Adrian Gaut, © The Line Hotel, L.A., via Yatzer|
Yatzer recently featured the Line Hotel in L.A.'s up-and-coming Koreatown neighborhood, and while I'm certainly impressed by the urban high design, I'm trying to figure out just exactly how I feel about concrete walls.
They should be everything that I love—modern, edgy and minimalist—but there's something about them that I can't get past, something uninviting. Polished concrete floors and counters are one thing, but are the rough-hewn walls just a little too gritty? Let's take a look at some other concrete interiors to see.
|Sorrento House by Robert Mills Architects and Interior Designers|
|Berlin apartment of Christian Boros and Karen Lohmann|
photos by Tim Brotherton and Katie Lock for Elle Decor
|House Presenhuber in Vnà, Switzerland, by AFGH|
photos by Valentin Jeck
|Toronto loft by Rad Design Inc|
They're growing on me... slowly. What do you think?