When the subject is sidewalk lining the first option that passes through the head is to use the Miracema stone, but you must have already seen many outer walls coated with the stone as well. But the use of material does not stop there.
The miracemas have gained more and more space in interior decoration projects, where the beauty and versatility of the material are even more evident.
And one of the factors that contributes to the use of stone indoors is its variety of colors. The Miracema can be found in different shades, with gray being the most common and rose, one of the most difficult to find. Among them there is also the yellow Miracema that varies from the lightest tone, close to the beige, to the darkest with gust of brown. There is still the white stone option, ideal for minimalist and modern designs.
The price is also one of the big responsible for the popularity of Miracema, or lajota, as it is also known. In stores like Leroy Merlin, the price of the square meter of gray stone, the most common, is $ 22.90. The yellow Miracema, the most expensive of all, costs, on average, R $ 64.90 per square meter.
In addition to the price and variety of colors, the Miracema stone also stands out for its durability. You may not even know it, but the Miracema is nothing more than granite in its raw, unpolished state. And that means that the stone has the same strength and quality of any granite, only here it presents itself in the rustic version.
The Miracema also has the feature of being non-slip and therefore it becomes one of the best options for outdoor flooring, especially sidewalks.
But in the midst of so many 'pros', you must be wondering if the Miracema has no 'against'. Well, yes, there is a detail that draws points from the stone. Miracema, like all rough stones, is difficult to clean especially the lighter ones. Dirt tends to accumulate in the pores of the stone and make it darken over time.
However, this is a simple problem to be solved. The recommendation is to clean the Miracema frequently, especially the ones that stay on the outside. For this use a hard-bristle broom and use only products suitable for stones. Taking care of your Miracema will always be new and beautiful.
60 decorating ideas and projects with miracema stone
And as Miracema stone is not synonymous with sidewalk, we made a selection of photos to show the various uses of the stone. Check it out, you will be surprised:
Picture 1 - Stone Miracema gray was used in fillets to compose the design of this kitchen of clean and modern design.
Picture 2 - House entrance with a yellow Miracema composition on the wall and wood on the liner.
Picture 3 - In this bathroom the gray Miracema tablets were used to create contrast in the box area.
Picture 4 - White Miracema forms the arc that marks the limit between the integrated environments; the stone also reinforces the rustic decoration proposal.
Picture 5 - Who would have thought that the same gray Miracema used on sidewalks can compose an elegant and sophisticated bathroom like this?
Picture 6 - Facade of house with white Miracema; attention to the cleaning and maintenance of the stone.
Picture 7 - Wall of the TV won a panel of miraceas grays.
Picture 8 - This kitchen with an industrial-style foot bet on the use of Miracema tablets for the walls.
Picture 9 - The representation of strength, solidity and resistance attributed to the stones is evident in the walls of the external area of the house.
Picture 10 - A modern house all covered with white Miracema stone.
Picture 11 - Living room was appreciated by the pink wall of Miracema; notice how the use of the stone leaves the environment more cozy and comfortable.
Picture 12 - Rustic bathroom chic counts on the contrast between the rough stone, the Miracema, on the wall and the polished stone, the marble, on the bench in the sink.
Picture 13 - Yellow miracema was used on the bedside wall.
Picture 14 - The rough stones together with the wood leaves the entrance of the house with rustic and very welcoming appearance.
Picture 15 - Bathroom with wall and bench in the same proposal of color, but in different materials.
Image 16 - And the most popular version of all: Miracema gray on the sidewalk.
Picture 17 - Miracema of dark gray tone was chosen to cover this small construction.
Picture 18 - Do you know that wall you look at and think it can get better? It is in her that you must use miracemas.
Image 19 - The facade of this Modern house was lined only with rustic elements: wood and stone miracema.
Image 20 - White Miracema on the wall and slate on the floor: a beautiful and inexpensive combination for building.
Picture 21 - The rustic look of the Miracema helps create volume on the front of the house.
Image 22 - A mix of materials forms the facade of this house, among them the gray Miracema on the wall.
Picture 23 - For the pool area the Miracema is ideal, especially for the floor, since the stone is non-slip.
Picture 24 - Stones and plants are a combination that always works.
Image 25 - Making a differentiated design on the sidewalk with the Miracema stone can be a good alternative to get out of the standard and the ordinary.
Image 26 - The external staircase made with miracemas had a special lighting project.
Image 27 - The gray Miracema together with the black color left the outside area lavishing refinement and good taste.
Picture 28 - Room clean and elegant decoration counted on the gross beauty of the miracemas on the wall behind the TV.
Picture 29 - The white Miracema coats all the walls of this room of the couple; the result is a cozy atmosphere.
Picture 30 - Whether in modern or classical architecture, there is always space to insert miraceman stones; In this house, they were used on every facade.
Picture 31 - In the external area, miracemas are easier to get dirty, so attention with cleaning should be redoubled in these places.
Picture 32 - Black and modern kitchen has gained a touch of rusticity with the miracemas on the main wall.
Picture 33 - In this house, the proposal was to use miracemas stones in the extension of the whole wall; note that dry joints - without grout - give a different finish to the stone.
Picture 34 - When the classic and the rustic meet you look like this ... mouth open.
Picture 35 - External area, near the pool, gained wood floors and walls lined with white Miracema.
Image 36 - To close the proposal of this facade of miracemas, a beautiful and green lawn.
Image 37 - If it were not for the modern electors, this kitchen could be called medieval and the miracemas have everything to do with it.
Picture 38 - Stones, plants and wood: the perfect recipe for those who look for a warm and cozy atmosphere.
Picture 39 - Are you thinking about having a fireplace at home or do you already have one? How about then dressing her surroundings with miracemas?
Picture 40 - How can the facade of a simple house be valued? Covering it with miracemas stones.
Picture 41 - The sober and modern office bet on the use of gray mirazes to compose the interior design.
Image 42 - A sidewalk or a wall? This kitchen gave a new face to the more popular use of the gray Miracema.
Picture 43 - Miracema and glass: the ideal mix between rusticity and delicacy.
Picture 44 - The beauty of the white miracemas complete the proposal of modern architecture of this house.
Picture 45 - Rustic in measure: the wall coated with miracemas complemented this decoration proposal.
Image 46 - Integrated only with respect to space, because in the decoration the environments follow in totally opposite ways.
Image 47 - Facade covered with yellow mirazes in canjiquinha court.
Picture 48 - In this image, the gray miraceas line the fireplace wall and extend to the outside of the house.
Picture 49 - A bathroom full of charm and style thanks to the use of black stones.
Picture 50 - The rough and rustic wall with unusual decorative objects contrast with the clean and soft decorating room.