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Fougeron Architecture FAIA
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Tehama Grasshopper
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white concrete with acid wash and sealed??
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 on top.
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.
love the color of the concrete floor
Raw contractors concrete with sealer and wax
White Concrete with acid wash and sealant
Love the concrete color and all
“concrete floor” — shanmonvos
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Sitting area in my garden.
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concrete backer board for a privacy screen or fence...interesting
concrete fiberboard. use with a non-load bearing wall
striations of concrete board mimic granite cliffs in the application shown here.
concrete board fence: attach to wood frame; seal with cconcrete sealer
Use of concrete fiberboard to make structures
Concrete backer board used for fences with concrete sealer and posts add too.
concrete fiberboard sans paper in it. works will outdoors
consists of concrete, fiberglass mesh for reinforcement and Styrofoam for weight reduction. Several types of concrete board are available. Be sure to pick one that does not contain paper. Its low price, light weight and availability make concrete board a contender for a variety of outdoor applications. It
“Red bench” — kansasbaby
TruexCullins
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Contemporary Vermont Farm House
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to the concrete floors to achieve that nice color/finish? Was it a stain? Thanks!
I love painted the floor. Is it painted concrete?
access to concrete colours staining etc What a shame
Floor is polished concrete -- no color added.
Love the concrete! How was it done?
For bedrooms, lured concrete with no colors added
love the doors and the concrete floor
not bad concrete floors--looks like just a bit of variation in the finish
Concrete floor polished no color added
Concrete. Pros it is very durable and
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
“Flooring” — mtait716
Northern Virginia
Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Mark Hickman Homes
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Entrance to the Great Room
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stamped concrete to make it look like real wood.
Is that full depth stamped concrete or an overlayment?
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??
STAMPED CONCRETE TO MIMIC WOOD. AWESOME.
Stamped concrete to look like wood
Stamped concrete that looks like wood!!
“Stamped to look like wood” — mattnmugsy
Silva Studios Architecture
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Blue House
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Yes, it's poured in place concrete, natural color with a few rocks from the foundation excavation embedded in the concrete at specific locations.
artisan concrete shop is well worth the price. It is much more difficult to price concrete strictly by a square foot price. Granite comes as a slab and is cut up to fit the needed shape. For concrete, forms must be produced and a precise recipe is followed to create the concrete mix. Once out of the forms
cheaper than concrete. High quality granite will be more expensive than concrete. Nothing compares to the possibilities offered by concrete. Of course, I'm biased. I love concrete! If your budget is tight and you need to save money then get tile. Otherwise, get what really makes you happy! Hope that
“concrete counter” — Gina Jones
Frederick + Frederick Architects
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Bluff House
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It is painted and sealed concrete
It is Kemiko concrete stain. I think the color was Cola http://www.kemiko.com/colorcards
stained concrete that has been scored. It is pretty beautiful!
Concrete stain color we love
OMG beautiful concrete stain!
Concrete floor color
Cola by Kemiko Concrete Stain
color of stamped concrete
brick, stained concrete
stain color of concrete
Great use of colored concret
Stained concrete for porches
concrete floors and brick arches
stamped concrete color
Stained concrete floor
Polished concrete brown tones
stain concrete...concrete flooring...polished concrete...stained concrete...concrete slab...painted concrete?...Concrete floor...Stained concrete...Concrete finish...Concrete slab....concrete coloring
“concrete floors inside and out” — Carmen Pollastro
Great Rooms Designers & Builders
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Kitchen
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would love concrete countertops, but know tthat is not realistic-what do you recommmend?? Thanks, Judy
correct. Concrete will hold up well as long as your installer educates you on the products that he is using & what you need to do to maintain the tops. A good sealer is key!
madisonct, Concrete can hold up great. Two main things will contribute to its durability. 1. Concrete mix design 2. Sealer
modern concrete mixes are approaching the density of granite. These are technical mixes way beyond the DIYers or even tradesman that have worked with concrete here and there. Sealer technology is great now and it continues to advance. From lower grade to higher grade concrete sealed properly you could
“Countertops” — jfh2360
Eclectic Kitchen
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e the concrete countertop for kitchen? Where can I get one?
love the color of the concrete and the finish
these concrete counters are. What is the finishing process that is used to avoid sharp corners and an overall glossy finish? I noticed someone mentioned another thread about it, could you give me the link? http://www.northwarrenstampcrete.com
local concrete contractor and he mentioned wiping the epoxy with acetone, sanding lightly with an orbital sander and then recoating with wax. He has limited experience with countertops, but has extensive experience with flooring and outdoor jobs. Does this sound like a reasonable approach? You mentioned
Thicker top on counter, sealed concrete
Pretty concrete counters with the backsplash we chose
“Boxes on bottom shelf” — cbartell
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