Decorative Concrete Model Alternatives

Feb 9th

Concrete model – The concrete can be dyed, stamped and stenciled to create original designs for roads, paths and patios. Choose a pattern for your entry to supplement existing data on your property. For a property with a stone path, look for stone stencils in a range of colors. Whether you choose to incorporate colors, patterns and textures into your concrete driveway, alternatives are available to satisfy most properties.

Standard Model House Style
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Decorative concrete seals are an alternative roadway that is stamped on wet concrete. Choose from a wide range of styles including stamps that mimic natural stone and bricks. After removing the stamp, color is often applied to personalize the appearance of the roadway. Look for a color and texture that mixes in the existing decoration of your property. Ideas for stamps include brick designs such as fish-bone and basket weave, slate designs, flagstone patterns and random stone designs. Another idea is to make the concrete stamped to resemble wooden planks.

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Concrete acid stains come in a range of colors in natural tones such as coal and brown, as well as vibrant shades of turquoise blue, orange, red and blue. Each road or concrete project will be a bit different than the concrete absorbs the stain at a different rate. Cracks, dents, chips and other imperfections will remain visible below the stain and will offer character to the project. Choose a neutral tone to blend in with the home and other structures on your property, or choose a bold color to create a focal point.