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Silva Studios Architecture
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Blue House
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Yes, it's poured in place concrete, natural color with a few rocks from the foundation excavation embedded in the concrete at specific locations.
I was not involved in the furniture selection on this project.
artisan concrete shop is well worth the price. It is much more difficult to price concrete strictly by a square foot price. Granite comes as a slab and is cut up to fit the needed shape. For concrete, forms must be produced and a precise recipe is followed to create the concrete mix. Once out of the forms
cheaper than concrete. High quality granite will be more expensive than concrete. Nothing compares to the possibilities offered by concrete. Of course, I'm biased. I love concrete! If your budget is tight and you need to save money then get tile. Otherwise, get what really makes you happy! Hope that
“concrete bar top” — blefty11
Kathryn Waltzer
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patio
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what is the finish on the concrete?
Hi Aldeberan, A sales representative from our Boston showroom would be pleased to assist you with purchasing furniture for your patio. You may reach the showroom at 617.737.5001.
with furniture or with designing a patio?
patio furniture shops- try a google image search.
“Concrete” — Amy Hamm
ConcretePete LLC
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Concrete Furniture
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Concrete Furniture
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ConcretePete LLC
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ConcretePete LLC
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Artisan Custom Homes
Flying Jib
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This floor is gorgeous! I have a grey concrete basement floor. Can I achieve this look? How? Thank you!!
existing concrete. It highlights the natural marbling in your existing concrete slab and adds multi-dimensional colors. If you have decent concrete, don't cover it - use a reactive stain instead! Yes, its a little harder. Have someone with experience install it. It will costs anywhere between $4.50 to
between the concrete and the acid and the applicator. Its a little bit scary, but lots of fun! We have been doing this since 2003! - with kind regards, EUROfloors - The Concrete Stain & Epoxy Specialists
Our company EUROfloors - The Concrete Stain & Epoxy Specialists did the work at this project.
“Beautiful marbled concrete floors” — bellacasa23
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