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Mid-sized cottage concrete floor and beige floor hallway photo in Burlington with white walls

Modern Farm HouseFarmhouse Hall, Burlington

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Photos taken by Jim Westphalen

Mid-sized cottage concrete floor and beige floor hallway photo in Burlington with white walls —  Houzz
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Lindsey wrote:Jan 5, 2012
youca wrote:Mar 22, 2014
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    TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design

    Sorry, don't know the exact color. The concrete was polished. The contractor was Vermont Eco Floors - http://www.vermontecofloors.com/

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    TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design

    The floor you was just a natural concrete with normal
    aggregate in it. It is a grey tone and only lightly ground and then
    buffed/polished. No colors or pigments were added other than the colors one
    finds in “natural concrete”. Of course each part of our country has different
    sand and aggregate mixed with the concrete so colors vary from place to place.

    Hope that’s helpful and good luck with your floor.

denisebergtold wrote:Mar 14, 2013
  • tinacvt
    Floor is polished concrete -- no color added.
  • Ashley Turns

    I just love the tan color of these floor panels. My husband and I are remodeling and I have been wondering if we should use concrete for our floors. If this is made from concrete panels, I will definitely have to find some this same color since it will go well with our kitchen cabinets. https://concreate.net/concrete-flooring/ 

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brister wrote:Jul 5, 2013
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tlw87535 wrote:Jun 5, 2013
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    Form+Function Builders
    Google "Fry Reglet" or "BrandX" metals. It's called a reveal base. Message me if you like, i think I have some progress pics of this detail from my current project.
leshatee wrote:Jun 1, 2013
westsideroad wrote:Mar 13, 2014
    kgrun13 wrote:Jun 29, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Matt Clawson added this to Why Concrete Wants to CrackOct 22, 2015

      Concrete floors and countertops. Interior concrete slabs have a propensity to crack just as exterior slabs do, and this is often listed as a disadvantage of exposed interior concrete surfaces. The good news is, interior floors are typically large and structurally designed, with more substantial reinforcement than an exterior patio. Also, for concrete surfaces poured over an existing slab, the interior climate is often manageable, allowing installers to create perfect installation conditions. I’m sorry to say, even with these advantages, interior concrete still cracks.

      Natalie Myers added this to 5 Benefits to Concrete Floors for Everyday LivingFeb 28, 2013

      Here are just some of the benefits of concrete floors.Sustainability. Concrete floors are a sustainable option if you use an existing concrete slab, avoiding the consumption of new materials. And they need not be relegated to basements or garages. Once the concrete is sanded down and polished or sealed, it looks perfectly refined in a traditional kitchen or living room, especially when layered with Oriental rugs and pretty furnishings and fixtures.

      Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Contemporary Farmhouse in Rural VermontMay 25, 2012

      Virtually indestructible polished concrete is the flooring of choice for the well-trafficked entryway.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      madeleinecollinge added this to FlooringMay 11, 2019

      Plain-ish polished concrete - if we can't afford texture. Quite nice warm colour

      Jennifer added this to Wish ListMay 11, 2019

      I like the colour/look of the concrete

      mlrgrl3 added this to Living AreasMay 2, 2019

      Concrete floor, color, variation

      Joanna added this to joopie's ideasApr 27, 2019

      Natural concrete buffed and polished

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