15,186 concrete headboard Exterior Design Photos

Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Orchard
for the storage tanks or are they simply poured concrete?
I am currently considering a similar solutions for a client. We were looking at building custom cedar housing for IBC containers, but original sketches for the project utilized poured concrete water "silos" like the ones pictured here. I would
high)...and the roof allowed for inside heat to travel up and away from the range of human height. I built my metal roof at a 45degree angle on a concrete footing with updrafting one foot high sidewalls (screened) A second metal roof was then framed with 2x4s to perch atop the first slant 45degrees)
the concrete front and center. I want a concrete tank with more of a flat surface - maybe a rectangle - so I could put some artwork on the concrete.
“round stone things.” — modernnate
Pinnacle Mountain Homes
9 Reviews
834 Preston Way
Was there an integral color used in this concrete, or is the color totally from the Brickform nutmeg hardener and Brickform cream beige release?
What is the color of the stamped concrete along with release color?
The Stamped Concrete in this image was Brick Form Brand Skins, "Rough Stone Texture, with Saw Cut Joints". Apply "Nutmeg" Hardener, and "Crème Beige" Release, then Seal with Satin Diamond Clear
brown and grey monolithic stamped concrete
Concrete drive unusual
“poured concrete” — trumancharles10
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
do you know if the planters will crack due to weather with time? was color added to the concrete of planters?
also, are these concrete pavers? if not what are they? Thank you!
standard 24x24 concrete pavers. The concrete planters were not colored, but they were sacked to fill in the holes from the concrete pour. As the NW climate is moderate, there should not be excessive heating or cooling that would encourage the concrete to crack. In addition the concrete planters were designed
like the front door, concrete pavers and the steps. can we have a low concrete bed in front near steps?
Concrete pavers & steps, concrete retainer wall
concrete planter…like our brick. Also door.
6. Do some hardscaping. Built-in concrete planters, a low stone wall or new paths are all great ways to add structure to your front yard that will last for many years to come.
“Raised concrete flower beds” — Jeff_Rosanna Moon
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
River House
This is a gorgeous entryway, and I especially love the concrete, but I'm curious about the pit to the left of the door? What is it and isn't it kind of dangerous?
Is the concrete sealed or polished?
Hi, The concrete color is Davis colors, Adobe.
Hi, The concrete is sandblasted and then sealed. It also has an integral color which gives is a slightly warmer tone.
The concrete color is Davis colors, Adobe
think polished concrete pavers floating. looks cool
Make use of gravel in places on this property around concrete.
This concrete style for front steps.
“layout of platforms” — Kate Palmer
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished through mixing warm natural finishes such as stained wood with gray tones in concrete and local limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal
board formed concrete wall and concrete path with gravel
wood and concrete has a subdued feel. also looks great with green plans
Board form concrete walls for side of porch
“the rocks and the color of the walls” — koosdiedoos
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
modern exterior architecture
I am assuming the walls are form lined poured concrete. Can you tell me how the color was achieved?
Thank you. I assumed it was some kind of concrete siding. Vertical poured concrete, interesting.
That looks like board form poured concrete.
I think u r referring to the form poured concrete. The forms are made with 2 x 4 boards.
The striations in the concrete are caused by the forms that framed the concrete when it was being poured. I think the gold color on the walls is from the sun projecting through the trees. Check out more on reinforced concrete: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/364290/list/Material-Choices--High-Marks
like the wood as an idea for the concrete wall
concrete forms made from 2x4s to make interesting finish
“Concreto” — jtorresg
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary exterior architecture
Are these walls concrete with a wood impression?
What did u use for the deep Fascia. Is it black or dk bronze? We have a concrete house with the deep fascia that needs updating BAD!!
the right technology and concrete content (proportion of concrete, sand, additives etc) here. Thanks in advance. In case you need my email gorkymaxxx@gmail.com
These walls are poured in place concrete walls, they are exactly
authentic it looks, they are concrete and they have the wood texture and variation like the poured in place wall. Feel free to contact me for more info. Hope that helps! lise@2stone.ca These walls are amazing, especially with the lighting!
exactly what inspired us to make our light weight concrete tile. The tile is 8 feet by 6 inches by 1/2", there is no repeat pattern of any kind, each tile is unique which adds to the authentic poured in place look. If you don't have the opportunity to pour in place at the time of build or if your renovating
“Exterior ceiling with lights” — aidana4
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished through mixing warm natural finishes such as stained wood with gray tones in concrete and local limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal
Hi. Is the left wall made of concrete? If so is there a special way to get this effect? Thanks
I too would love to know if the concrete has a Davis color pigment and what that is? I like how it compliments the limestone.
concrete metal and wood with limestone
Textured concrete against the brink & warm timber ceiling
Concrete, oiled bronze and wood (not the stone though)
Concrete: The exterior stone is limestone; and then poured in place concrete
“voici le fameux mur” — maouicousineau
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