19 Concrete Pieces We're Crushing On Hard

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Yes, concrete has about one million practical uses. (Not including forever leaving your mark on the world when it's wet.) But the material is also aesthetically supreme and can be just the unexpected detail you didn't realize a room was missing. Check out these 19 concrete pieces we're sweet on:


1. Slash Objects Pink Concrete Card Holder, $96

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This item combines two of our favorite things: concrete and pink. So we really couldn't think of a prettier way to display your business cards.


2. Fondaciun Large Concrete Candle Holder, $25

Go geometric by adding these handmade candle holders to your dining room table.


3. ZM Home Faux Concrete Five Pendant Light, $199.99

We're not quite sure what "faux concrete" is, but this pendant lamp — which you can find at Target — certainly looks ultra fancy.


4. Concrete Cat Large Vase, $200

Who knew that concrete could be manipulated to almost look like marble? Gorg.



5. Nystrom Goods Concrete Incense Holder, $24.50

How about a sturdy incense holder? Pick from an unfinished concrete version, or light blue or forest green to suit your decor.


6. Gift Republic Concrete Magnetic Planters ( pack of 3 ), $24

Have you heard? Asos has fantastic homewares. These magnetic (ooh!) planters are proof — and their price is right.


7. One Kings Lane Mesh-Concrete Outdoor Table, $715

We love a good grid motif, so give your living room or patio a contemporary upgrade with this concrete-topped side table.


8. Paddywax Eucalyptus Candle, $26


The best thing about this soy candle? Once it's done you can totally repurpose the container.


9. Areaware Concrete Desk Set, $50

Give your desk a substantial upgrade with some concrete accessories.


10. West Elm Industrial Concrete Side Table, $399

If you're looking to work concrete in its purest form, choose pieces that are purely industrial — like this West Elm side table.

11. Menu Concrete and Glass Vase, $100

This two-piece glass and concrete vase features an elegant juxtaposition that would work perfectly with minimalist decor.


12. Ferm Living Concrete Pots, starting at $32

These planters may be simple, but the subtle rim details make them completely eye-catching.

13. Umbra Jewelry Stand, $30

Guess what? Rose gold and concrete are a match made in heaven. Exhibit A: This jewelry stand.

14. Kuco Design Cement Coasters, starting at $7

Concrete coasters are an unexpected touch that will make a party feel just a bit more sophisticated.

15. Anthropologie Eureka Table Lamp, $49.95


Wow: This Antrho lamp looks like it should cost way more than it does.

16. Waldmade Midcentury Plant Stand, starting at $19.95

Yes, you can totally DIY a midcentury-inspired plant stand. But you could also just buy one if you've got other plans.

17. Project 62 Outdoor Lantern, $19.99

This lantern should be a patio staple.

18. Urban Outfitters Concrete Wall Hook, $12

If you just want to dip your toes into the world of concrete, try these modern wall hooks.

19. Digital Habits Concrete Bluetooth Speaker, $675

This Italian-made speaker looks cool, that's for sure. But its technology is also very impressive: It apparently has a "gestural interface," meaning you can control it by swiping or hovering your hand.



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