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Concrete Patterns

Good and nicely constructed concrete always attract a lot of attention when someone is visiting your house. What more if your concrete has patterns on it. Concrete doesn’t always have to look like concrete.

There are a variety of ways to add pattern to the surface of concrete. The most commonly used technique is concrete stamping. Stamped concrete is popular because it replicates both the pattern and texture of stone, brick and even wood. Often, the pattern imprinted on the surface of new concrete is so realistic that guests to your home will not even recognize that it is actually concrete.

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Stone Patterns

Ashlar Slate
A popular pattern for patios and pool decks, ashlar slate replicates the look of hand-chiseled stone. Rectangles and squares of various sizes create a pattern that appears random. The easiest way to create this look is with concrete stamps. If you have existing concrete that you would like to add an ashlar slate pattern to a stampable overlay can be applied.

Cobblestone
The cobblestone pattern is a popular choice for driveways and accents such as borders or bands running through a patio. Small and square, cobblestones are known for their tumbled or aged appearance. Cobblestones can be stamped or stenciled onto concrete. Stamped cobblestones will have more realistic dimensionality and texture than stenciled ones which can appear flat. If you have existing concrete a stencil or stampable overlay can help you get the cobblestone look.

 

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