301,414 Concrete Furniture Home Design Photos

Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
REmick 2
Love this fountain! How wide are the sidewalls? Is the pond concrete?
Two questions: Is there an edging between the gravel and planting bed? Is the concrete dyed?
you able to keep the concrete bare on the interior, or do you have to coat it with something thicker to add a waterproof sealant or membrane of some sort?
For water features I would recommend a minimum of 6" reinforced (rebar) concrete for sidewalls and 8" thick
features. If it is only 8'x4'x1' deep you could probably do 4" sidewalls if you used high strength concrete and good reinforcing. I would keep the base at least 6" thick though.
The walls are plain concrete. There is a steel edge for the crushed rock.
Concrete 'stones' for patio, water feature
“pavers” — Jennifer Wooten
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Can you please give the Brand Name and color of the island counter that is made to look like concrete?
Is the island made of stained concrete as well
Hate the decor, but love the backsplash and concrete bar.
Light concrete floor, darker concrete island
slice into the home and give it little moments of intrigue,” Swedberg says.The monolithic island slab is an engineered composite intended to look like concrete. Masks hang from cables above a custom banquette.
“Concrete” — christinaketabchi
E. Cobb Architects
1 Review
Graham Residence
Love the fireplace. What did you do; and is the whole thing concrete?
Concrete fire place and open metal supports
Beautiful combination of concrete & steel
interior concrete walls
industrial concrete wall look
concrete fireplace and steel beams
Fireplace concrete. With timber pattern
Concrete, steel...Shutter Concrete...concrete fireplace...Nice concrete wall...Concrete wall...exposed concrete...concrete wall style...concrete walls...Concrete and black...fireplace, concrete...Concrete and steel...concrete fireplace...concrete wall
“Form concrete rendering” — Jecco Gonzales
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
San Francisco Dining Terrace
What are the taller plants in the far right board formed concrete planter?
What type of finish did you use on the concrete to give it such a smooth finish. Did the contractor use rebar, and have there
Can you please tell me what finish was used on the concrete?
Toposes. This is nit the only high quality concrete paving stones out there. I have only answered the question with regards to the concrete NOT how it was achieved in this picture. And its not wrong cause one of my houses is complete precast exposed concrete (of similar finish) with exposed red brickwork
I think it's a smooth finish with colored concrete.
Is there an integral color in the concrete and if so, can you tell me what color?
Looks like board form poured concrete to me.
“garden backyard” — denise12statham
Rad Design Inc
5 Reviews
Loft 001
Is this a true concrete ceiling? If so is it treated with anything to achieve this look?
Can the lines in the concrete ceiling be patched not to show ? and if there are holes and punctures in my ceilings can those be patched with a compound that will blend in with the concrete look ? and would a clear coat at the end look good ?
Industrial concrete. Concrete sheeting suits an Industrial-style space or loft apartment. It gives the illusion of space and matches any pillars that might otherwise appear bulky. The light grey ceiling in this shot is juxtaposed beautifully with the warmth of the floorboards which prevent the space
“Style” — Dania Elmasri
Contemporary Living Room
made using reinforced concrete. The striation you see is from the form used when the concrete was poured. Here is a featured ideabook that expands on that subject more thoroughly. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/364290/list/Material-Choices--High-Marks-for-Reinforced-Concrete
Built in living room furniture that doubles back of couch and pony wall/room divide
clean, simple look. Fireplace wall is reinforced concrete. The striation is from the form used when the concrete was poured.
balance out each other's weight on the wall. The materials provide contrast while still tying into the rest of the home's design. Design tip: If concrete isn't the right finish for your fireplace surround, try a gray-colored tile to create the same effect.
“fireplace/tv” — jolaurie
Three Legged Pig Design
5 Reviews
Thank you for your response. I have concrete walks that were poured in the coldest part of winter with a number #2 additive to help it harden faster. This has left the white concrete with dark gray patches due to moisture that has been trapped within the concrete. It was pressure washed twice at 50%
The Terrazzocrete flooring is a standard concrete slab (not a topping) that was not troweled after a bull float to keep the aggregates near the surface and then polished. Thus. any good concrete slab sub can pour this with proper instructions. Please contact me via my
my website (threeleggedpigdesign.com) with your info and I can let you know who the GC and the concrete polisher are that completed the work for this space. There are also options such as shell fragments and recycled glass that can be added for some sparkle or color.
“tiny space apt.” — barbarascarola
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Daly Genik
Valley Center House
Simple furniture blends well with lines of
hopefully concrete floor - if not concrete, then hardwood. Ceiling or back wall may be raspberry. Budget goes to lighting.
concrete pillar, open beams, the space
glazing and some wood structure (beams, joist and decking), but I define it as contemporary because of the hybrid nature of the structure and the concrete hearth. (The firebox is on the other side, facing the living room.) If structure is exposed in a modernist house, it has a clarity and order to it
steel beams below the wood joists are a disjunction that points to a different way of thinking. This departure from order is also found in the way the concrete hearth punctures the ceiling; its form does not follow the structure, so the wood joists have some unusual intersections to accommodate it.
“Style” — renebuob
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