2,371 acid etch concrete Home Design Photos

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Flying Jib
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beautiful house but LOVE this floor. Is this a stained concrete?
This floor is gorgeous! I have a grey concrete basement floor. Can I achieve this look? How? Thank you!!
out of the inter-play 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
The floor is acid etched concrete. For more information on the contractor
Wondering if know how acid etching compares with the look of the Medici Polyurea Flooring Colouring System. The Medici system was recommened to me by my tile contractor. Also wondering if you know how the pricing compares.
with the existing concrete. The effect is created by mixing the paints. Its much more like a faux finish. The reactive stain process on the other hand is a chemical reaction that changes the color of your existing concrete. It highlights the natural marbling in your existing concrete slab and adds mu
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Sage Design Studios, Inc.
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Malibu Residence
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Did you use precast concrete, or is the coping some type of stone? Thanks in advance.
What is the pool deck made of? Is it dyed concrete?
Or is that white cement mixed with the concrete? Maybe 1/2 gray, 1/2 white?
What color would you call that concrete?
acid etch concrete finish no coping
acid eithched finish concrete 1/2 white 1/2 grey
acid etch concrete/sage design stuio las vegas
acid etched colored concrete pool deck
What is acid etch finish concrete?
flat concrete coping connects to deck
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Sage Design Studios, Inc.
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Malibu Residence
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Was the concrete "stamped"? I like that it's flat rather than having a design, but it doesn't look brushed either. Thanks!
Love the coping and the deck. Could you share the specifications for the pool coping and concrete deck? I am replacing mine and having a hard time figuring out what to give the contractor to
white concrete with oyster shell fines hand broadcast. Acid etch finish.
Is the concrete slick when wet?
white concrete with oyster shell fines hand broadcast acid etch finish
believe it was a white concrete with oyster shell fines hand broadcast. Acid etch finish.
white concrete with acid etched finish
pool surround white concrete with oyster shell fines hand broadcast acid etch finish
Poured in place colored concrete with acid etch. Refer to the Davis color chart or Scofield colorants for the hue of your choosing. white concrete with oyster shell fines hand broadcast. Acid etch finish.
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Hollywood Craftsman
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What are the specific stone, concrete materials used to accomplish?
Hi- Thanks for your question. Those are poured-in-place concrete pavers with an exposed aggregate finish. The aggregate is "Coral Sea" pebbles.
June Scot Design - Landscape Architects & Landscape - www.junescott.net. Asked how this finish was accomplished. Stones? Colors, concrete, etc.
Exposed aggregate: This finish has a coarser texture than that of sand-finished or acid-etched concrete. It is
Patio transition idea. Exposed Aggregate with grass inbewteen. Exposed aggregate: This finish has a coarser texture than that of sand-finished or acid-etched concrete. It is created by casting the concrete against a form surface
has a coarser texture than that of sand-finished or acid-etched concrete. It is created by casting the concrete against a form surface that has been painted with a retarder to slow the set of the concrete. After the form is removed, the retarded concrete is stripped away to reveal the beauty and texture
“Color and Stone” — dinam2000
Victoria's Interiors
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Wembley
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Acid etching makes concrete less slippery when wet.
Stained concrete color, etching, texture and pattern
longer the acid is left on the surface, the more
Still a concrete floor but with acid left on to give a more pitted effect! Like limestone
acid etched and stained - makes the concrete grainy and
cool look for patio acid etched concrete
The longer the acid is left on the surface, the more porous the concrete becomes. Note the grainy pits in the surface of this kitchen floor. After etching, a neutralizer needs to be applied to stop the chemical reaction. Some acids time out so that neutralizer isn't necessary.
“acid etched concrete floor” — Kendel Martin
Christian Gladu Design
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Ferguson
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What stain is used on the concrete floors?
of the concrete stain? Is it acid etched or in the concrete? It is really difficult to tell from the color charts what it will come out like. Thank-you for any help!
Etched Concrete Stain.
Etched 8x8 concrete floor
polished concrete floor throughout
Acid Etched Concrete Stain.
Concrete floor with cuts 9
Acid etched concrete
Acid Etched...concrete floor...concrete floor...Acid Wash Nice...Concrete floors...Stained concrete
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Cody Anderson Wasney Architects, Inc.
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Interiors
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Acid combined with stain will etch and color the concrete at the same time
acid stained and etched floor; I like the colors too
Acid combined with stain will etch and color the concrete at the same time. Applying stain can be tricky, and puddles and thin areas should be avoided to prevent the look from being
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Christian Gladu Design
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Ferguson
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love floor! what color concrete stain is this?
How far apart are the cuts in the concrete floor?
Like this concrete floor Acid Etched Concrete Stain. Cuts are 8x8
acide etched concrete stain cuts are 8x8
floor rug, stain on concrete floors with
dark concrete floor with white/cream walls
5. Concrete. Concrete was widely utilized in old factories, mills and workshops for both flooring and structural work. Because of its strength, low cost and durability, this material worked well in 19th-century industrial factories.Get this look: Staining and polishing are popular and relatively affordable
affordable options for those stuck with existing concrete. Not ready to embrace this material on your floors? Simple accessories like concrete planters, table bases or DIY cinder block shelving can help mimic the look.
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