Concrete isn't just for sidewalks anymore...

Concrete is not just used for sidewalks, driveways and walkways anymore.  Instead, concrete has become very en vogue and trendy in the recent years.  Decorative concrete is an emerging trend and can be seen all over the interior of beautiful homes.  One reason for this new popularity is the ability to manipulate concrete to simulate many more expensive materials like tiles. stones, slate and different woods.  Concrete can be easily painted, texturized, stained, stenciled, and molded.  Some of the most common places decorators are using concrete include kitchens, tiles, floors, sinks, and even on furniture.

Concrete counter tops are perhaps the most popular place decorative concrete can be seen.  One reason for this has to do with the unique versatility this material offers.  People can incorporate a sentimental item into the actual concrete.  One recent client actually had a wine bottle set in to the cement in her kitchen reminding her of a special moment in her life.  Another reason for the popularity in this area is the durability of the material.  Each designer has a different method of creating the counter top.  Some pour the liquid material directly into a mold on the base of your cabinetry, others pre mold and stain it off site.  There's no better or worse method, just different styles and techniques.

Concrete tile is another very popular use of concrete and far more affordable than large slabs like counter tops.  People use concrete in tiling bathrooms, kitchens, and bars.  The versatilty of the material can make the tiles look unique and interesting suited to almost any style.  An important thing to remember when using concerting tiling is the weight of the material. it is very important to have a professional do the installation.  

Concrete table tops are perhaps are most favorite of the new wave of concrete items. It's extremely durable and has a modern, yet warm aesthetic when used properly. Concrete can come in a variety of hues making it very easy to find that perfect color table top. Another benefit is the price tag! It's significantly more affordable than any stone, most glasses, or even tile.

Decorating with concrete is a fabulous material to have fun with its many compositions.  Better yet, in our environmentally conscious world, it's a green material!

Concrete is not just used for sidewalks, driveways and walkways anymore.  Instead, concrete has become very en vogue and trendy in the recent years.  Decorative concrete is an emerging trend and can be seen all over the interior of beautiful homes.  One reason for this new popularity is the ability to manipulate concrete to simulate many more expensive materials like tiles. stones, slate and different woods.  Concrete can be easily painted, texturized, stained, stenciled, and molded.  Some of the most common places decorators are using concrete include the kitchen, tiles, floors, and sinks.  

Concrete counter tops are perhaps the most popular place decorative concrete can be seen.  One reason for this has to do with the unique versatility this material offers.  People can incorporate a sentimental item into the actual concrete.  One recent client actually had a wine bottle set in to the cement in her kitchen reminding her of a special moment in her life.  Another reason for the popularity in this area is the durability of the material.  Each designer has a different method of creating the counter top.  Some pour the liquid material directly into a mold on the base of your cabinetry, others pre mold and stain it off site.  There's no better or worse method, just different styles and techniques.

Concrete tiles is another very popular use of concrete and far more affordable than large slabs like counter tops.  People use concrete tiling bathrooms, kitchens, and hallways.  The versatilty of the material can make the tiles look unique and interesting suited to almost any style.  An important thing to remember when using concerting tiling is the weight of the material. it is very important to have a professional do the installation.  

Decorating with concrete is a fabulous material to have fun with its many compositions.  Better yet, in our environmentally conscious world, it's a green material!

Concrete is not just used for sidewalks, driveways and walkways anymore.  Instead, concrete has become very en vogue and trendy in the recent years.  Decorative concrete is an emerging trend and can be seen all over the interior of beautiful homes.  One reason for this new popularity is the ability to manipulate concrete to simulate many more expensive materials like tiles. stones, slate and different woods.  Concrete can be easily painted, texturized, stained, stenciled, and molded.  Some of the most common places decorators are using concrete include the kitchen, tiles, floors, and sinks.  

Concrete counter tops are perhaps the most popular place decorative concrete can be seen.  One reason for this has to do with the unique versatility this material offers.  People can incorporate a sentimental item into the actual concrete.  One recent client actually had a wine bottle set in to the cement in her kitchen reminding her of a special moment in her life.  Another reason for the popularity in this area is the durability of the material.  Each designer has a different method of creating the counter top.  Some pour the liquid material directly into a mold on the base of your cabinetry, others pre mold and stain it off site.  There's no better or worse method, just different styles and techniques.

Concrete tiles is another very popular use of concrete and far more affordable than large slabs like counter tops.  People use concrete tiling bathrooms, kitchens, and hallways.  The versatilty of the material can make the tiles look unique and interesting suited to almost any style.  An important thing to remember when using concerting tiling is the weight of the material. it is very important to have a professional do the installation.  

Decorating with concrete is a fabulous material to have fun with its many compositions.  Better yet, in our environmentally conscious world, it's a green material!

Concrete is not just used for sidewalks, driveways and walkways anymore.  Instead, concrete has become very en vogue and trendy in the recent years.  Decorative concrete is an emerging trend and can be seen all over the interior of beautiful homes.  One reason for this new popularity is the ability to manipulate concrete to simulate many more expensive materials like tiles. stones, slate and different woods.  Concrete can be easily painted, texturized, stained, stenciled, and molded.  Some of the most common places decorators are using concrete include the kitchen, tiles, floors, and sinks.  

Concrete counter tops are perhaps the most popular place decorative concrete can be seen.  One reason for this has to do with the unique versatility this material offers.  People can incorporate a sentimental item into the actual concrete.  One recent client actually had a wine bottle set in to the cement in her kitchen reminding her of a special moment in her life.  Another reason for the popularity in this area is the durability of the material.  Each designer has a different method of creating the counter top.  Some pour the liquid material directly into a mold on the base of your cabinetry, others pre mold and stain it off site.  There's no better or worse method, just different styles and techniques.

Concrete tiles is another very popular use of concrete and far more affordable than large slabs like counter tops.  People use concrete tiling bathrooms, kitchens, and hallways.  The versatilty of the material can make the tiles look unique and interesting suited to almost any style.  An important thing to remember when using concerting tiling is the weight of the material. it is very important to have a professional do the installation.  

Decorating with concrete is a fabulous material to have fun with its many compositions.  Better yet, in our environmentally conscious world, it's a green material!

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