Although the kitchen is the true heart of all homes, another living space also merits special attention, given how indispensable it has become for any household.
Terraces have become a sanctuary for fleeing the hustle and bustle of life, without having to leave the home, and an open-air space for chilling out and enjoying long summer or winter evening get-togethers.
As is also the case with bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms, and pools, it’s no easy task to design a terrace when faced with the endless different possibilities. Homes can open out onto a terrace, it can be designed on different levels, it can be clad in a variety of different materials, and it can even be a covered veranda or area integrated into the garden.
Today, in Inalcotrends, we’d like to inspire you with a selection of terraces featuring collections from the MDi range. Why not take a look at our non-slip collections and choose the one that best suits your project? Alternatively, you can opt for the non-slip model in any of our iSLIMM collections.
Morvedre. Lauria 13 Arquitectura, Sievers Carregui & Progetti. Petra Crema by Inalco.
Casa Prunes. QBarquitectos, Anagulles proyectos, Nideker Houses & Adrián Mora Maroto. Petra Crema by Inalco.
Paros Residence. Bagno Y Bagno, Stavros Niflis, Chara Lymperopoulou – Contract by Design & Tessera Architects.
Chalette Drive. DJR Design Group Beverly Hills & Specceramics. Iseo Gris by Inalco.
Villa Ibiza. White Rock Concepts, Patrick Helou Architects, Style International Trading & George Fakaros. Touché Super Blanco-Gris by Inalco.
Ananda Blanco Non-slip by Inalco.
Totem Gris Non-slip by Inalco.
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