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712 Concrete Firepit Traditional Bathroom Design Photos
Dillard-Jones Builders, LLC
Hi Isegel- It is Sherwin Williams Stamped Concrete. Thanks for your question!
Master Bath colors - stamped concrete....
Paint stamped concrete
sherwin williams stamped concrete
SW 7655 Stamped Concrete Greenish
Stamped concrete wall color
Stamped Concrete by. SW
SW7655 Stamped Concrete by Sherwin-Williams
SW Stamped Concrete...Stamped concrete
Bathroom Design Inspiration - Lafayette CA Homes Staged to Sell
What are the finer maintenance points of a concrete poured sink like this?
Concrete countertop (not practical, I know, but very cool looking)
bathroom concrete countertop
Bathroom Concrete Sink
One piece concrete countertop
Concrete Countertop...Concrete counters...Concrete vanity...concrete countertop
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Weatherfield Residence & Pool House
This is a concrete countertop and sink with a textured edge. The glass tiles are called Mother of Pearl.
Love the concrete sink and countertop
Concrete counter to corner...
concrete vanity...Concrete Countertop...Concrete sink...concrete countertop
Amy Studebaker Design
I love the wall where the faucet is placed! Is that poured concrete?
Thank you! It is not poured concrete....I feel like it was just brought out with drywall, but to be honest I can't remember how the builder did it. I am sure if you wanted to create this look your contractor would know exactly how to do it!
These were a thick concrete paver. To be honest I can't
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
Master Bath Remodel in Transitional Style
Concrete Countertops in Bathrooms
concrete counter top
concrete color...Concrete countertop
Jack Backus Architects
Sunny Hills House
For shower &/or firepit
Elevation Architectural Studios
1. Old World Estate
concrete molding...concrete wall
Wade Design & Construction Inc
undermount installation. We built a knee wall in front of it and class it with concrete board. The top was floated in level with mortar a couple inches thick and the granite was set on that surface. The tile was then set on the concrete board. Lately I have been using less expensive fiber glass or acrylic tubs
tubs with integral aprons and making them look more built in by gluing and screwing wood furring strips to the apron, applying concrete board and tile for a cooler finish than a fiber glass apron. I like the look and it can be done without special fixtures and materials.