How to combine your colour scheme with your micro cement floor

Microcement offers a unique style that cannot be easily replicated. It provides an effect similar to cement, but because it offers endless applications for interior design, more and more homes are turning to micro cement to create impressive decorative finishes.

The material is not only durable but also provides a contemporary style that greatly improves the aesthetics of any room (although it is mainly used in living rooms, outdoor spaces, kitchens or bathrooms). It can be used for floors and walls and is also a popular choice for industrial surfaces as well.

Are you interested in microcement as the coating for any floor in your home? Here are some tips and tricks to help you combine the colour scheme of your home with the ideal microcement floor.

Colour schemes combined with micro cement floors

While micro cement is available in several colours, it tends to be used in natural gray tones (usually the light gray found in standard cement). To achieve that unique industrial style offered by micro cement, it is best to maintain that gray tone.

So what colour combinations work well with a micro cement floor? There are quite a few options, which mean that it often comes down to personal preferences and aspects such as lighting, furniture and the size and shape of the room.

Tonal contrasts are usually a good place to start, especially with light gray floors. Adding much darker blacks or grays produces a wonderful contrast that remains within the industrial aesthetic.

Black walls with gray floors offer a fairly extreme contrast, so it is a good idea to use lighter shades of gray or even white on most walls, using smaller doses of black to help highlight certain design features.

As black, white and gray colour palette is a great colour scheme to achieve that industrial look. Don’t be afraid to experiment with various shades and hues while complementing the decoration with natural furniture or wood.

Another fantastic colour scheme for use with micro cement floors is neutral colour schemes. Dark neutrals offer subtle doses of colour, while lighter neutrals can help create a more spacious and airy feeling in small spaces, so be sure to consider the size of the room and the lighting in this regard.

If you prefer a cool and relaxing environment, consider combining the floor with soft pastel tones. The shades of mint, bluish-gray or pastel pink are good options, especially if they are combined with neutral schemes.

Why microcement is the perfect coating for your walls

Microcement in walls is a natural, economic and contemporary proposal that is widely used in homes that wish to provide a modern design, as well as in offices, shops, restaurants, hotels and other businesses.

Very easy and fast to build and install, it has great resistance and requires very little maintenance. Besides, it combines very well with other materials such as stone and wood, and it is possible to colour it in any shade. As for aesthetics, microcement in walls stands out positively in the environments and has the advantage of combining with other materials, thus obtaining an interesting decorative proposal.

Microcement is ideal for use in minimalist and avant-garde walls. It is mostly used in kitchens or bathrooms, where they can be combined with countertops or stairs also made in microcement. Moreover, the application of the micro cement in walls also works perfectly for tile and ceramic coverings in bathrooms or kitchens without needing to remove what is already placed.

Also, if you are looking for a more customized or inspirational option microcement can be used to cover a wall within almost unlimited finish alternatives. Mixing such a wide variety of colours and textures you can create incomparable worlds.


What are the advantages of microcement for walls?

 Easy adhesion

One of its main qualities lies in the extraordinary adhesion to all types of wall surfaces such as tiles, tiles, plaster, concrete, plasterboard, metal, plastic, marble, stoneware… both for use on indoor and outdoor walls.

Economic savings

As it is not necessary to eliminate the existing material on which the microcement is placed, the economic saving is another of the advantages you should take into account. We know renovations can be expensive sometimes, and that is why micro cement is a perfect choice for all budgets.

Water and heat resistant

One of the most important advantages is the resistance to water and high temperatures, so it becomes the ideal option to use in any type of space, including bathroom and kitchen walls.

Wide colour range

The combination of different types of pigments allows creating a virtually infinite colour gamut.

Excellent finishes

Microcement does not require expansion joints, so the surface is always smooth and continuous.


It is highly resistant, long-lasting and non-slip.

Get a quote!

So are you interested in microcement as a coating for your walls? Contact with us and we will advise you about everything you would like to know, no compromise.

Everything you need to know about micro-cement walls

Microcement is a pavement widely used in industrial buildings, homes and almost any kind of surfaces. It is extremely resistant and easy to maintain. In addition, it is very aesthetic and easily adapts to all types of rooms. Although it is very common in floor covering, the use of micro-concrete on walls has spread a lot since it appeared.

Also, its great durability and industrial appearance have become so much fashionable, so why don’t we discuss the benefits of microcement for walls?

The qualities of microcement

In Topcret we have different types of microcement to cover different needs. However, all of them share some benefits that we will mention below. So if you are thinking about covering your walls with micro-concrete, you will get:

  • A surface without joints.
  • Almost infinite decorative options.
  • So much versatility, as it can be applied on ceilings, floors and walls, both indoor and outdoor.
  • Great resistance to chemical products, blows, etcetera.
  • Waterproof capacity
  • Easy maintenance and cleaning.
  • It does not require complicated works, saving time and money.


As for the use of microcement in walls, the main advantages are its:

  • Elasticity and excellent adhesion.
  • Greater durability with respect to other coatings.
  • Greater resistance to cracks.

An industrial trend that stands out for its resistance and savings

The micro cement has become a very popular coating, an industrial trend that is booming for which it is worth betting. It has become fashionable in the loft style, although, given its excellent properties, it is used in all types of industrial walls.

With its application, we get very resistant aesthetic walls. In addition, it adheres easily and it is not necessary to eliminate the previous tiling. So you will save the money and time you would have spent on this.

Application and maintenance of micro-concrete walls

When applying microcement, it is important to trust quality products and professionals with a high degree of experience. The purpose is to do a good job and make the treatment effective.

The first thing to do is to clean the coating, and once this is done apply the micro-cement. Once it has dried and before applying the micro-concrete (it will be necessary to apply several layers in the chosen colour), it is necessary to sand the wall. Finally, it is advisable to apply a special water repellent product or a varnish seal to guarantee the resistance and durability of the coating.

Microcement is used in the rehabilitation of homes and reforms of all kinds. In fact, it is perfect because it covers any surface, such us stoneware, plastic, concrete, marble, plaster, tiles and so on. Would you like to know more? Contact us and we will give you any advice that you may need, no compromise.