173,100 Exterior of concrete home Home Design Photos

Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Dorsey Residence exterior
Exterior - photos by Andrew Waits Interior - photos by Roger Turk - Northlight Photography
Loving the concrete home - especially the inside and the different levels
reinforced concrete makes a lovely modern transition for federal townhomes
reinforced concrete, defined as concrete strengthened with steel reinforcing, be it bars or mesh. Concrete is a material that excels in compression, so the addition of steel, which is good in tension
This is easily the most imposing concrete exterior on Houzz, a residence on Bainbridge Island, Washington by Matthew Coates. This view gives the appearance that the house is entirely made of reinforced concrete, but another look reveals...
“This is too much of the same pattern on the entire thing, but some of this blended with smooth, flat” — carafrance
Patterson Engineering, Inc.
Julian Home
Exterior of concrete home.
Julian Home
Patterson Engineering, Inc.
Julian Home
Exterior of concrete home.
Julian Home
Patterson Engineering, Inc.
Julian Home
Exterior of concrete home.
Julian Home
Kenneth Brown Design
3 Reviews
Masculine Vintage Bedroom
Stained concrete floors provide the foundation for this Mid-century modern inspired bedroom. A vintage painting echoes the color palette and a Barcelona-like leather chair gives the room a dash of color. By Kenneth Brown Design.
Is this concrete flooring? Very pretty. Thx
Is it possible to do this on an existing concrete slab?
ways to work with concrete in your home’s design
Flooring provides the canvas for which the color scheme of the room can be based. This stained concrete creates a sleek,
tinted wax to darken old concrete floor
polished concrete slab (Kenneth Brown Design)
your installer for a product recommendation; most waxes are quick and easy to apply and require no special equipment.More ways to work with concrete in your home’s design
“Beautiful color and finish” — nlgirl
Mark Hickman Homes
2 Reviews
Entrance to the Great Room
patio is made of stamped concrete to make it look like
Is that full depth stamped concrete or an overlayment?
This is stamped concrete. It was stamped to look like wood. It matches the wood from the interior of the house. It turned out great! Thanks for the interest!
what color is the stamp concrete??
@hamnerhaus....that was suppose to be a response from Mark Hickman Homes not johnawright...I
update regarding the concrete tiles you mentioned?
I was just at a landscape arch meeting today, and we are using a product just like this. I will get the specifics and post FYI. They were concrete tiles (sort of). Basically it look exactly like a weathered 2x10 , but in concrete. It came in three lengths
stamped concrete to make it look like real wood
“Floor” — shervinr
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
13 Reviews
Concrete Floored Abode - a cabin on Lake Wenatchee
Concrete Floored Abode - a cabin on Lake Wenatchee
This home is a cutting edge design from floor to ceiling. The open tresses and gorgeous wood tones fill the home with light and warmth, especially since everything in the home is reflecting off the gorgeous black polished concrete floor. As a material for use in the home, concrete is top notch. As the
the longest lasting flooring solution available concrete’s durability can’t be beat. It’s cost effective, gorgeous, long lasting and let’s not forget the possibility of ambient heat! There is truly nothing like the feeling of a heated bathroom floor warm against your socks in the morning. Good design
design requires a whole package, bigger picture mentality. The Cabin on Lake Wentachee is definitely the whole package from top to bottom. Polished concrete is the new cutting edge of architectural design, and Gelotte Hommas has proven just how stunning the results can be. Photographs by Taylor Grant
“Perfect colour concrete floor!!!” — adelaide41
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Orchard
This single family home in the Greenlake neighborhood of Seattle is a modern home with a strong emphasis on sustainability. The house includes a rainwater harvesting system that supplies the toilets and laundry with water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site
for the storage tanks or are they simply poured concrete?
I am currently considering a similar solutions for a client. We were looking at building custom cedar housing for IBC containers, but original sketches for the project utilized poured concrete water "silos" like the ones pictured here. I would
harvested materials, the short sidewalls were standard in their homes (2 to 4 feet high)...and the roof allowed for inside heat to travel up and away from the range of human height. I built my metal roof at a 45degree angle on a concrete footing with updrafting one foot high sidewalls (screened) A second
“round stone things.” — modernnate
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