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Black it's black
Castorama Unlike white, you can also bet on deep black as the backdrop for the designer terrace. There, we then choose reconstituted stone or slate to offer a noble material very aesthetic.
Lapeyre For an original designer terrace, do not hesitate to mix the different materials. For example, you can opt for a checkerboard that alternates grass and composite wood and create a space with non-slip metal tiles. Design and eclectic effect guaranteed.
Grass and composite wood
Truffaut And if you want less originality while keeping a surprising coating, you can simply integrate a few squares of grass on a dark composite wood floor.
Proloisirs For a design style, you can choose a floor covering in contrast to your furniture. Also, to enhance black furniture, you will for example bet on a very smooth white stone floor covering to bring a refined effect.
Concrete for a raw style
Foir'Fouille For an ultra-smooth and fairly rough-looking floor, concrete is ideal on the terrace. You can create a single piece slab or bet on XXL slabs which are sometimes easier to install.
Ikea For a terrace that follows the trendy decor spirit, you can opt for tiling in gray tones that will enhance any garden furniture thanks to its neutral and elegant color.
Leroy Merlin To bring a very decorative effect to your terrace, reconstituted stone is a real ally. It allows you to create elegant decorations like this gray terrace which evokes waxed concrete.
Leroy Merlin For an original coating, you can also bet on small pebbles which will give a fairly graphic and Zen style to your floor. You can install designer metal furniture, for example.
Stone imitation tiles
Leroy Merlin Finally, if you want a sleek and practical terrace, you can offer yourself tiled floors and choose a stone imitation finish to give the terrace a little character.