12,572 concrete slab Patio Design Photos

Contemporary Patio
Ideabooks16,821
Questions7
What color is the lighter concrete?
what colors are the cement slabs?
Idea for less expensive paving . :Large concrete slabs and fill in space with pebbles
he poured concrete slabs and fire pit here act as the framework for the surrounding plantings and patio furniture
shrubs, benches and grey patio slabs
poured concrete. The gravel borders serve the same purpose as the black lines in a Mondrian painting. Not only do they separate the planes, but they also create movement and lead the eye through the design.
Neutral colors can create the framework that holds a garden together. The poured concrete slabs
“Beautifully little garden with limited room. Perhaps in a city” — Bo Zhang
Prestige Builders
2 Reviews
Smithcliffs
Ideabooks1,094
Questions2
interspersed concrete slabs spread around lawn
grass poking up through large slabs of concrete
Slabs of concretes can be added in a pattern with grass growing between the stones as shown here. Where the pattern would added to your existing patio with rectangular shapes extending out into the yard.
Love this for the back corner of the house... concrete path with small sitting area - perfect!
“Path” — orjanetp
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Green Lake
Ideabooks12,920
Questions18
Cool backyard - economical and great looking. Did you create the concrete firepit yourself? Could you share the process? Does it have a bottom? Did you create a mould? Thanks!
What is the spacing between the concrete pavers ?
Advice on stones between gaps? - We just created a patio just like this. We got 24"x24" concrete pavers from home depot and we left a 2" space between the tile. We are trying to figure out what stone/sand to put between the spaces. We were advised
live in the Seattle area also, where can you purchase the 3/4" clean crushed granite that you used in between the pavers? Also having trouble finding concrete pavers larger than 20". Any suggestions for where to find larger ones?
Can I "make" the concrete pavers?
“firepit” — dshevock
Arcanum Architecture
Custom Agrarian Style Residence
Ideabooks22,603
Questions8
Are these individual pieces of concrete or one big slab with large joints? How do you keep them in place and avoid cracks? Thanks
What type of rock do you have in the concrete joints?
What is the concrete/stucco fire pit color? and Are those 1-2" blue La Paz pebbles?
individually poured in place concrete pad. Unfortunately, concrete will eventually crack over time, however you can minimize/ control the cracks by doing proper work. Here is a link explains pretty well. Hope this helps. http://www.ehow.com/how_2099353_prevent-cracks-concrete.html
i like the idea of using rocks and concrete to outline an area
serves as a place to warm the hands and maybe make s'mores with the kids! Notice the how rills of smooth dark gray river stone are used to separate the concrete terrace into smaller areas with lines extending from the geometry of the house. This is a small but well considered gesture by the designer to add
“Roof” — vardonreno
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks9,645
Questions5
What is the finish on these cement slabs?
We offer a similar fire pit called the Serenade, it is made of lightweight concrete. Please visit www.dekko.ca for more details!
just the photographer. Please contact Rockridge Fine Homes http://www.houzz.com/pro/rockridgehomes/rockridge-fine-homes for information about the concrete finishing.
Firepti area 2 - Mix of concrete slabs and rock mulch
Smooth slabs contrasted with gravel and fire bowl
Gravel n concrete slabs for patio/backyard
fire bowl and concrete slabs drawing the eye to it. red chairs are dramatic.
encourages more than two people to walk side by side and can make for a gregarious space.Keep in mind that pathways constructed of stone, brick or concrete may be more friendly to heeled shoes than those made of gravel or mulch.
“lines” — mezsmith
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Daniel Shapiro: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Ideabooks282
Questions0
seasonal potted garden that stretches around the brick perimeter. As Daniel describes, “He transformed it into an urban oasis.” Built over the concrete slab, the flooring of the terrace was Shapiro’s DIY project. The parquet pattern is made up of acacia tiles from IKEA. The introduction of wooden materials
over the existing concrete slab, the terrace flooring was a DIY project. The parquet pattern is made up of acacia tiles from Ikea.
Built over the existing concrete slab, the terrace flooring was a DIY project. The parquet pattern is made up of acacia tiles from Ikea.
Built over the existing concrete slab, the terrace flooring was a DIY project. The parquet pattern is made
The Acacia tiles from Ikea over the concrete slab.
“maltepe” — sehribandy
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
Ideabooks1,016
Questions2
Gorgeous design! What concrete color and finish did you use?
I like the concrete squares. Wondering how much they are.
Love the concrete slabs; easier than pavers for an isolated location.
Bench height wall. Concrete pads. Incorporate a boulder in the wall...
Big concrete slabs with grass
Love the concrete slab patio.
concrete slab...concrete patio...concrete pavers
“chairs and agave” — annedecker
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,441
Questions8
on the concrete to achieve the sand finish?
beautifully done! What is the space sizing between slabs and mex pebb
Hello Debora, I love your work and studied most of your projects. 2 questions what distance do you use between sanded concrete slabs
what is the finish on the concrete table? stain? lacquer? colored concrete?
Is an acid wash done on the concrete to achieve the sand finish
The gap between the slabs are 4" wide, which is a comfortable distance. The pebbles are 1.5" average. Will get back to you soon regarding the design project.
This sand finished uncolored concrete (regular gray) was finished using Topcast #3, which is applied to the concrete when it is wet, then
off the next day to reveal the sand in the concrete.
“could work for the area I have.” — thereg661
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