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You said the finish was a “concrete micro-topping”. It looks polished. Is this a particular product?
What is the wall color? Thx
The concrete micro-topping is a thin layer of epoxy that dries smooth to this finish. These types of products are usually available through concrete specialists in your area. Hope this helps.
Love the cement finish! These are wood framed stairs and finished with a concrete micro-topping it works also for the exterior.
Nice stairs with the concrete finish
Butler Armsden Architects
A Wurster Revival
Carbon copy paint color by benjamin moore Storm door? Black White trime with charcoal house paint Like it
I like the stamped concrete paver look.
exterior color. notice white trim around black door
Renowned 20th-century landscape architect Thomas Church designed the serene courtyard, and the curving lawn shape, concrete paving pattern, covered walkway and winding wisteria are all original. The homeowner worked with Patrick Lannan at Flora Grubb to supplement the original design with contemporary
What is the color of the pool? Thanks.
The deck material is concrete pavers
pavers? integrate with scored concrete?
I love the color of the pool what cooler of the pool is. It
Like color of bottom pool
Deck material is Concrete pavers
Love the concrete pavers
Pool color...Love color...Concrete pavers...concrete blocks
Private Residence - CH
Love your concrete floor. Can you tell me about the wax you used and where I can buy it? Thanks!
Patches of color create comfort zones.
Polished concrete would look nice with timber
The colors in this space work amazing together, the bursts of color in a low lighted room.
timber furniture and a colourful kilim rug.
casual and comfy and fun colorful
former factory, so there were no load-bearing walls to leave in place.“Once you tore the walls down,” she says, “the old concrete was great.” She exposed concrete and brick walls, a concrete floor and wooden ceiling beams. She spent days scrubbing paint off the floor, then sealed it with polyurethane. Unhappy
so there were no load-bearing walls that had to stay in place.“Once you tore the walls down,” she says, “the old concrete was great.” Price exposed concrete and brick walls, a concrete floor and wooden ceiling beams. She spent days scrubbing paint off the floor, then sealed it with polyurethane. Unhappy
Ag-Trac Enterprises LC
Classic Home and Landscaping
View of the backyard and home. Concrete terracing and patio areas. Photo:Casey McFarland
I like this, but not in concrete!
Like smooth concrete -- for floors and sitting borders.
Colors, trim, fire pit
fire pit and colored concrete
Concrete around fire
Outdoor concrete walls
concrete and pavers and grass
?mini concrete terraces for stairs
use of concrete...concrete paving...concrete wall
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
well designed planters - corten steel and concrete steps
I like the combo of colors and
classy. Great colours and clean lines
steps with metal, concrete and gravel
concrete steps cast against steel edging
and concrete and beddings
steel and concrete steps
Are these poured concrete stairs?
Steel & concrete...Colour scheme...Concrete + metal...concrete stairs
Impressions Landscape - Design
a la mode cronulla
Would you please advise the type of pool interior and the colour? It looks fabulous!
Pool interior & colour
It is an Architectural Concrete Paver 500x500x38mm
different color concrete tile by the age of the pool
Like the wooden levels off the concrete.
Example of rear concrete wall
Concrete retaining wall with lighting
concrete frame with deck stepping
combination of wood and concrete
Wooden steps off of concrete
trex and concrete...concrete to deck...concrete paver...Concrete wall
Modern San Francisco Living
Did you add any color to the concrete? and Does the polished concrete get really slippery when wet? Thank You!
The richness in color comes mainly from the glaze. And yes, it did become quite slippery when wet (more of a bare feet issue than with shoes). This would not be a good
The pavers were poured in place on site. They are polished concrete. Most likely, a contractor or mason you make them for you to your own specifications.
The "tile" is actually poured in place concrete. The contractor polished the concrete and applied a high gloss coating. The glossy finish was
grass + rocks + stepping stones + wooden table + bamboo = simple colors and design, miminalist
I like the pebbles and concrete walkway.