Consider your design options
Do you want a concrete patio that is classic and timeless, or maybe a modern walkway?
There are many different patterns and styles available, and it can be quite overwhelming. To make it easier on you, we’ve listed out some of the most popular stamped concrete design options:
1. Seamless textures
If you’re looking to create a specific texture in your concrete, stamp mats are a great way to do so without creating joint lines. One popular seamless texture choice in stamped concrete can resemble slate–with greater durability and resistance to wear and tear than the stone itself.
2. Faux wood
Stone isn’t the only style that stamped concrete can be made to resemble. In fact, one of the most common stamped concrete choices is faux wood. You can now enjoy all the beautiful perks of a wood patio or porch, without all the pitfalls like splinters, dry rotting, warping, or termite damage.
Faux wood-style stamped concrete can be applied to patios, driveways, and even vertically–to columns, steps, siding, or walls. The same applies with any stamped concrete pattern, including stone, to craft beautiful pillars or posts in your home or office. It’s overlaid on top of drywall, brick, plaster, concrete, or wood to create a beautiful, natural, and realistic design.
4. Stenciled design
Adding custom logos or designs to your stamped concrete will require a stencil. Colorful stenciled designs, like a family crest, create a fun and enticing focal point in your driveway, porch, or patio that won’t fade or peel over time.
If you’re ready to add some extra curb appeal to your home, consider using stamped concrete. It’s a great way to get the look of brick, stone, or other materials at a fraction of the cost.
With many different patterns and colors available, you’re sure to find something that suits your style. Just be sure to hire a professional, like those at Port Aggregates. Our contractors are skilled at creating a beautiful pour every time, whether you’re looking for decorative concrete or a basic driveway pour. Request a quote today to get started on your stamped concrete project!