103,466 cement staining Home Design Photos

Allen Construction
12 Reviews
Montecito Mid-Century
color of the stucco? is it a stain or paint on the fascia? Color? thanks
like the cement strips with gravel separators
than any other driveway material. The most pesky task you'll encounter is stain removal, which we will touch on later.
love the cement finish to house...Stone and raw. Cement...cement look
“Like entry and concrete stone mix” — lmdegange
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
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Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
18 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
I love the look you have created with exposed beams and painted cement walls! Would love to do something like that with our basement but we have
floor is painted/stained concrete (existing) with rugs. According to the windows, we installed what I call a "sill apron" made of stained birch plywood on
books/artwork. Second, it provided warmth to a cool wall/area by use of stained wood. Lastly, it created an interesting element to tie together the material
the walls, the ceiling, the fluffy rug contrast to the cement, the black things hanging under the windows
“Painted walls and ceiling instead of drywall” — lulu410
Contemporary Patio
Large cement pavers in two color tones with pebbles in between, Fire pit that matches
Randy. Big concrete pads, stained differently
Though this space would require minimal maintenance — sweeping and an annual stain or power wash — it would be expensive to install, and you could end up with
Though this space would require minimal maintenance – sweeping and an annual stain or power wash – it would be expensive to install, and you could end up with
what colors are the cement slabs?
“Like bench design for Douer.” — mermaid2012
MTLA- Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture
1 Review
MTLA - Broida Residence
What type of wood is this door? Stain color?
Entrance to the property. Secured both by wood door and cement.
like cement walk way....Fencing over cement base.
“Gate for back yard” — Chris Langley
Soloway Designs Inc | Architecture + Interiors
42 Reviews
Southwest Contemporary
Could you tell me the wood used and the stain color of the kitchen cabinets? Thank you so much!
stucco with a sand finish. Stucco is a form of cement.
What is material of stucco? Is that cement?
The cabinets are knotty alder. The stain was a special mix that we put together. It is not a registered stain that you can buy in a store. I apologize
“t t” — Trista Chai
Jim Kuiken Design
36 Reviews
Can you please tell me wood species of door and ceiling and color stain used on both? Thank you!
and the ceiling at the entry is cedar. Unfortunately I do not recall the stain color of this project as it has been a number of years since I completed
Note the cement leading up to doorway. Cool. What is this??
“Wood” — mnutter929
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
It is custom cedar lattice stained with a light wash, height is 6 feet, posts are 8 feet, with two feet buried in cement for support. Post caps are also
this picture. I also used a semi-transparent stain. If you use 2"x2" it should be quite durable. Staining the wood also helps.
thermal cut bluestone, set in a stone dust base with very tight joints. No cement, only stone dust. Here is another image of this lovely garden. Hope this
the cement tiles; flowers; and privacy fence
“Patio” — shmegs362
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
Byrnes Residence - Phoenix, AZ
head. I did that with cement board siding. ...) I was also looking into using cement board underlayment for tile to get a cement-wall look (but without
Karen, you might try a grey deck stain on the wood. It won't look just like this, but you can experiment with colors
I am a novice too but maybe looking up vinegar, steel wool mixture as a stain to achieve the barn wood look.
“guest bathroom concept” — Elaine
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