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Not sure about concrete. I think of granite as about $120/sf installed. What you see here is Richlite, which was $41/sf installed (about 10 years ago), though I haven't seen it nearly that cheap since.
Concrete countertops are popular, and cement made from fly ash (a waste material from the coal-burning industry) is a fine environmental alternative. Researchers are concerned, however, that fly ash concrete can emit radon, a dangerous gas that can cause
is a bit too cluttered for my taste, but maybe a smaller closed shelf design would be OK. Like the idea of a "green" countertop - recycled glass, concrete or bamboo - EcoTop...
has been proven to have low chemical emissions.Concrete countertops are popular, and cement made from fly ash (a waste material from the coal-burning industry) is a fine environmental alternative. Researchers are concerned, however, that fly ash concrete can emit radon, a dangerous gas that can cause
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The fireplace was custom designed and built. It utilizes natural gas, a fire ring covered by stones, and sits in a concrete box.
table with metal and buddy rohdes concrete
Wood Panels Concrete
narrow concrete wall
concrete fire pit...concrete siding...concrete wall
Pearson Design Group
I love the concrete floors! How do you get that mat look?
It is a stained polished concrete.
floating stone base of fireplace and stacked stone to side, pol concrete floor and timber ceiling
Living space for condo
Julie Charbonneau: Montreal, QC
a underfloor heating system, as long as you have a really good air vapour barrier and/or primer on your topping... the best substrate is actually concrete......as for the installation cost you might be looking between $3-$8 sqft (GTA area) depending on the existing surface, surface preparation and sqft
substrate is concrete; re: durability, looking at least 8-10 years as epoxy is well known for years for its "durable wear and tear" this is why you see terrazo, epoxy flooring on high volume traffic areas.
Charbonneau kept the structure as true to its original state as possible, including the concrete columns and brick walls. After an unsuccessful attempt to salvage the original wooden floors, she replaced them with a budget-friendly white epoxy. Charbonneau designed this dining table. Its 7-foot diameter
Chipper Hatter Architectural Photographer
San Diego Downtown Condo
I photographed the condo for Jimmy Sullivan of CitiZen Design in San Diego. I'd recommend contacting him, I'm sure he'd love to work with you.
The fixtures make wonderful transitional pieces between this soft upholstery and the hard-edged metal window casements and the concrete ceiling.
San Diego Downtown Condo
Concrete ceiling...Concrete walls...Concrete, B & W
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Brown Bar communal space
young family. It is completely immersed in the landscape and can accommodate up to eight people. Set into the side of a steeply sloped site on a concrete foundation the home boasts walls of glass, which extend the space into the tree canopy. The main level features a master bedroom and bath along with
filled with natural light, and features a wood-burning stove to keep warm in the winter months. The lower level is a walkout basement with polished concrete floors and is complete with a media room, bedroom, bath, mechanical room and bunkroom for the kids. The single bar typology is 16’ wide by 64’ long
Kinda like the same cut as the arya condo
Kitchen and breakfast table
This is not concrete floor, it's Semco's
No, these are not concrete floors... the owner/designer used Semco Natural Grain resurfacing material over existing tiles... you can find more information about Semco products online
“No, these are not concrete floors.
products online at http://semcoremodeling.com” “This is not concrete floor, it's Semco's Natural Grain over existing tile... http://www.semcoremodeling”
light colored cabinets with the concrete floors
Highline Partners, Ltd
Concrete Stain Ingredients The colors in concrete stain are created by mineral salts dissolved in water. Most minerals do not dissolve in water, and many that do are
The dissolved minerals are carried along with the water as it soaks into the porous concrete. A chemical reaction may occur between the minerals in the stain, the oxygen in the air, and/or the cement in the concrete. The reaction transforms the mineral from a water soluble chloride or sulfate to an insoluble
insoluble oxide, hydroxide, or carbonate. The insoluble mineral is now left trapped, embedded in the concrete.
Concrete floor plus wood on walls ceiling
Probably first choice for concrete floor. Grays with rust colors. Flat or dull sheen