The hydraulic flooring is making its way into the world of kitchen and bathroom decoration. This is probably due to the fact that 'vintage' is back in fashion and, this type of flooring is reminiscent of those that were installed with assiduity during the 60s and 70s. Undoubtedly, one of its main attractions is the ability to be customised and to give dynamism to the aesthetics of the room in which it is installed.
Hydraulic floors usually incorporate mosaics with geometric designs. Depending on where they are installed, they can vary in colours. This, in general, depends on the material used for its elaboration. For example, it is very common for ceramics to have this type of material but not wood. In any case, the market is full of possibilities as home interior designers are betting strongly on this trend. This is exactly what has happened in this elegant house next to the Royal Palace as featured by presents Engel & Völkers.