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Modern Material Of Interior Design In The Spain 

In Spain, different materials are used for interior design. Every day the combination of art, creativity and technology produces new materials in the world of architecture and interior design. A building is made up of different parts and for each of them special materials with specific properties must be used. For example, different types of walls use different coatings, including wallpaper, paint, wall tiles, wood, thermo-wood and others.

 Also for the floor of the building can be used different materials such as carpet, parquet, ceramics, exposed concrete and so on. Due to the large number of materials, in this article from Arquimund website we would like to introduce you to some attractive materials for interior decoration.


Thermowood is a wood material that is heated to a high temperature and then cooled; a process that dries at a temperature of 180-215 degrees Celsius with steam and air circulation. This makes thermowood resistant to cold, heat, rain, moisture, insects and any deformation indoors and outdoors. So thermowood is a good idea for the weather conditions in Spain and is excellent for interior design.

Use thermowood In the Interior Design

Attractive appearance and the removal of resin, means that this wood is ideal for interior projects such as:

Interior metal cladding



Interior flooring

What are the advantages of thermowood?

Dimensional stability

Less moisture absorption

Abrasion resistance

Lower thermal conductivity

Stable color of the wood

Removes non-toxic substances

Stable against fragility

Reduction of the bending coefficient

Nature lovers

Long life

light weight


What are the disadvantages of thermowood?

Lack of resistance to ultraviolet rays

Lower mechanical strength

Discoloration of thermowood if pigmented coatings are not used


Microcement is a coating, polymer and organic-mineral composite based on cement, water-based resins, additives and mineral pigments that result in a unique and durable coating. In 2015, Microcement was voted one of the most unique coatings by architects and interior designers. This coating is perfect for interior and exterior design, horizontal and vertical coverings, and is a great option for anyone looking to create beauty with a concrete design and an affordable floor and wall covering.

Microsynthetic sticks to different types of tiles, cement, bricks, etc. and the thickness of its two endsis 3 mm, and it is acceptable by changing the over time.

What are the advantages of microsement coatings?

Seamless surface

Applicable to floors, walls and ceilings for interiors

Various colors and textures

Excellent adhesion and cohesion

Ability to run on all surfaces such as: Cement, tiles, various types of stone, plaster and…

Resistant to heat shocks, scratches and conventional chemicals.

Ability to create a non-slip surface according to the end user’s specifications

Maximum thickness of 2-3 mm, which is not a burden on the structure and the building

It is easy to apply and use and does not require complex tools

Made of environmentally friendly materials

Very easy to maintain and clean (with soap and water)

Seamless surface to prevent the accumulation of bacteria and germs


When it comes to flooring in buildings, there is a wide variety of materials, including stone, ceramic, PVC, laminate, wood and…

Choosing the right flooring is especially important in interior design. When buying, consider things like traffic levels and where you plan to use the floor.

Ceramic flooring

Ceramic comes in glazed and unglazed varieties. In the glazed variety, the ceramic is covered with a glaze that can be matte, semi-gloss or glossy. The thickness of the ceramic is from 4 to 12 mm. 

Stone floors

Stone flooring is one of the natural materials. A type of flooring is the most expensive building material. Architects often use building stone in kitchens and bathrooms.

Wood parquet flooring 

The use of these floors creates a warm feeling in living spaces. As unique and luxurious as these floors are, they also have major drawbacks. Since they made of wood, moisture and water will destroy them and the parquet will break after a while.

Laminate floors

Laminate is a type of parquet flooring that desiners designed it to solve the problems of wooden parquet. The life of this type of flooring is almost thirty years. Laminate is made of pressed wood or HDF fibers. The processing of laminate parquet is similar to wood parquet, but they do not made them directly from wood.

PVC or vinyl flooring

PVC flooring is very durable and resistant to water and moisture, making it a good choice for kitchens. The PVC flooring is also economical and cheaper than laminate and wood parquet.

Bamboo Floors

We consider bamboo floors a subcategory of wood floors. One of the advantages of bamboo floors is their strength and good looks. Although these floors do not appear to have high strength and hardness, in reality this is not the case. We can equate the hardness of bamboo wood to that of oak wood. One of the advantages of bamboo floors is compatibility with any type of weather.