In modern interior design, the self-leveling floor has long ceased to be perceived as a finishing material exclusively for industrial and public interiors. Designers prefer practical self-leveling floors in the interiors of apartments and country houses.
The self-leveling floor in the apartment can act as a neutral background for bright accents, active textures, and pieces of furniture. He can also connect different rooms into a single whole or, conversely, zone a large open space. A common technique is parquet or a massive board in the living room area smoothly turns into a self-leveling floor in the kitchen and dining room.
British minimalist John Pawson has completed an apartment project in London’s Barbican. Surfaces everywhere are painted white, and the floor is made gray, which is a subtle homage to the concrete facade of the building.