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Studio Carver
Santa Ynez Barn
Rug to make seating area on concrete floor
concrete floor...Concrete Slab
“Walls” — september27
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Contemporary Porch
concrete floor
example of concrete tiles? pavers?
concrete patio...Concrete Slab
“example of concrete tiles? pavers?” — despard13
Radiant Homes
Modern Shed
Love the floor.. What is it?
Corrugated iron? and concrete slabs
concrete floor...Concrete Slab
“fireplace” — tjvania
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
Is this hardscape stamped concrete? If so - what pattern and colors were used? Thanks!
is it hard to keep the floor clean?
is this faux floor or real? interested in faux overlays for our porch
This floor is Grand Asher Slate stamped concrete. The color is light gray. Thank you!
This might be "CoolStone" concrete resurfasing material
porch... noticing the type of flooring used as well...appears either stamped concrete or tile...
Color combo -floor ceiling wt walls. No skylights or ceiling fan.
Skylights can add more natural light to this covered space during the day and provide a nice night sky view after dark. Tip:If possible, keep the flooring consistent from indoors to out. Here, this move connects the screened-in porch to the outdoor patio and eases the transition between the two spaces
“Framework” — cfhenry
CASE Design/Remodeling Birmingham
10 Reviews
Vestavia Sunroom
stained concrete floors
stained concrete...Concrete Slab
“porch” — lmichalick
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
West Indies Meets Lowcountry
Across the front of the house, shallow steps of Savannah gray brick descent to a veranda paved in tabby, a concrete made from crushed shells and lime that has been used in the Lowcountry for centuries. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson | Atlantic Archives
This is tabby. Tabby is a type of concrete that was commonly made in the seventeenth century, by burning oyster shells to create lime, then mixing it with a slurry of water, local sand and broken oyster shells.
Love brick and concrete floor. Colorvscheme
mix of bricks and concrete stone
good flooring idea for screened porches is our design
Gravel floor, walk through to backyard
“2” — mai954
16 Reviews
Rustic Modern New Construction
concrete floor
Concrete Slab
“Extended table beyond window” — dnbradford22
Redbud Custom Homes
8 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
concrete floors
Concrete Slab
“gravel” — tt2708
Q/A Concrete Session - Concrete floor, concrete countertop and concrete fireplace discussion
We are new to Houzz and have noticed a lot of requests for a 'concrete' specific forum, to answer and address some decorative concrete questions. When...
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