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love floor! what color concrete stain is this?
How far apart are the cuts in the concrete floor?
for our floor and the color charts seem very inaccurate. Brand? Stain Color? Please!
6X6 on this floor we cut 8x8..or the last photo the squares
5. Concrete. Concrete was widely utilized in old factories, mills and workshops for
dark concrete floor with white/cream walls
Like flooring and color scheme. Also like how simple it is
painted concrete floor and the pendants -lh
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
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to the concrete floors to achieve that nice color/finish? Was it a stain? Thanks!
What type of floor is this ?
I love painted the floor. Is it painted concrete?
what was the color used on the polished concrete floor.
well done floor we in pakistan do not have access to concrete colours staining etc What a shame
Floor is polished concrete -- no color added.
Love the concrete! How was it done?
Floor is polished concrete -- no
polished concrete is the flooring of choice for the well-trafficked entryway.
Here are just some of the benefits of concrete floors.Sustainability. Concrete floors are a sustainable option if you use an existing concrete slab, avoiding the consumption of new materials. And they need not be relegated
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how this floor look was acheived, is it white concrete with acid wash and sealed??
Beautiful floors Who was the concrete floor contractor?
This looks like natural concrete with a sealer and wax application on top. This look can easily be achieved on contractor's concrete or on a concrete overlay or topcoat, by applying a simple sealer and wax application
in the concrete? If so without cut lines the concrete will crack. The client for this project did not want any cut lines and did not mind having some cracks.
White Concrete polished This looks like natural concrete with
contractor's concrete or on a concrete overlay or topcoat, by applying a simple sealer and wax application on top.”
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poured concrete floors in my converted garage/entertaining area. I love the look of the natural concrete, but many have said that I'll be cleaning up dust all the time and that I should seal it in some way. What is your experience if any? This is the look I love and am on my way to creating something
older concrete?). Thought about trying to sand the gouges down rather than fill. Did you face this problem in your project? If so, please let me know what you did. Thanks!
Love the look of these concrete floors
concrete floor inside and tiles outside
Concrete floor for indoor outdoor transition
Concrete floors inside and out, as flush as possible.
exterior flooring is in smaller sections, it is still gray concrete inside and out, so it feels like the space is continuous.
these floors polished concrete? Are they laid after (like tile) or are they the actual polished slab? thanks.
what product did you use to dye the floors? How did you remove the natural grey tone?
polished concrete. Looks us up we provide theses services. www.cfc-coatings.com
I heard back from the marketing director and she confirmed that the floors are polished concrete. Here is a great website for more info : http://www.concretenetwork.com/concrete/interiorfloors/
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These are concrete floor that are dyed!
concrete floors for kitchen. Love
Good concrete floor pattern. Less cracking?
high-gloss cut concrete floor looks like glass
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what color are the concrete floors? Natural or is there a dye in mix?
heavy, white brick walls and cement floors
srone feature wall and concrete floor
stone and windows and concrete floor
The cost of concrete floors is very low, about $2 to $6 per square
concrete flooring Pros: looks ok easy to do Cons: cracks, In a basement Very popular in basements not so much as an actual flooring
Secret: Concrete SurfacesConcrete earns brownie (greenie?) points for several reasons. It's typically manufactured with local materials near its point of use, which makes for a smaller carbon footprint, and it doesn't require a ton of resources to make. It stores heat in warm weather and releases it in
entirely from concrete doesn't appeal (and for most of us, it doesn't), use it just for the floors — you'll still enjoy a lot of the benefits. Worried that it won't jibe with your traditional decor? You might be surprised at how much you like the edgy note. Or lessen the juxtaposition by having it scored and
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I love the concrete staining but have so much linoleum adhesive on my concrete floor...I've heard sanding or using muriatic acid is good to remove adhesive. What is your suggestion? I rather use something that is least harmful to my family. Thanks for your time.
What is the flooring in the dining room that connects with the stained concrete floor in the kitchen? Is it concrete also or wood that has been stained dark? Do you have any other pictures? I am considering for my remodel.
colored concrete or stained? What color is it?
The concrete is stained not colored.There are mutiple colors of stain.I beleive it is a black and a brown and probally
local concrete supplies store about what they rent for stand up diamond grinders and what they recommend for this situation, even some home depots are starting to carry excellent grinders in their rental departments. Make sure to wear a dust mask and keep your vacuums filters clean, the dust from the
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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!!
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.