A house by the lake with a microcement floor. Color: FF7035 [ photos ]
A house by the lake is a dream for many people. However, it is not always necessary to own such a house to spend a vacation or even a weekend in it. Guess what! You can just rent it. Today we recommend a trip to the houses on Lake Iławskie, North-Eastern Poland, where, in addition to wonderful natural circumstances, you can admire floors made of our microcement.
House with a microcement floor
Pole w Dole consists of two year-round houses for rent. Each of them is a modern barn with an area of 80 m2, of which about half is a very spacious and living room with a kitchenette. The rest of the house includes bedrooms and a bathroom. In addition, the house also includes a large terrace and a large yard.
The houses are decorated in a Scandinavian style in shades of black, white and gray with a few accessories in pastel colors and wood. The floor of the house has been covered with microcement, which is the perfect base for the rest of the finish. Interestingly, the investor, Mr. Remigiusz, decided to make the microcement himself. He used a ready-to-use microcement kits Festfloor Go! in FF7035 color with matt PU Fest 2K varnish, and an experienced contractor would not be ashamed of the effect. The light gray floor looks great! Congratulations!
→ See other houses with Festfloor microcement floor: Mission: Microcement floor. The same flooring throughout the house. Color: FF7035, Old London house renovation with microcement. Colors: GR1, FL02 Rose Beige, Decorative concrete floor at home? Absolutely yes!
A perfect rest by the lake
The plot on which the houses stand is located right on Lake Iławskie and has access to an intimate, charming beach from which you can watch beautiful sunsets. There is also a forest nearby and a field of cereals. This beautiful place will undoubtedly provide a unique rest away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
A small correction to the video: microcement can be most used for underfloor heating. The microcement layer is only 2-3 mm thick and conducts heat perfectly.
→ Read more: Microcement on underfloor heating – how to do it right?