In the past, imprinted concrete was usually limited to a mason scoring a flagstone design freehand or embedding sticks, leaves or coffee cans into the surface to achieve a desired effect.
Today, the leading edge of decorative concrete is a process called stamped concrete. The stamped concrete process involves taking concrete in its liquid state and adding color and texture to the surface to make it more natural and appealing. When the stamping is complete, the product is then highlighted/antiqued and sealed to provide greater stain and weather resistance.
Some of the most common pattern choices include but are not limited to: brick, slate, cobblestone, flagstone, wood plank, seamless textures and more. It is also common to use multiple patterns and colors together to produce a decorative concrete work of art.
Admired by homeowners, architects and designers, stamped concrete provides virtually unlimited color schemes, numerous patterns and the ability to design natural and flowing spaces for both residential and commercial settings.
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