Stained concrete is a popular choice for interior flooring. This product is used as the finished floor in basement and slab homes, restaurants, retail, & office buildings. Because of its unique look, architects and home builders are specifying that they want stained floors used in their projects instead of using traditional tile or carpet. If minimal maintenance procedures are followed, stained concrete floor will look as new ten or fifteen years from now as the day it is installed.
This is around 2000 square feet of office, with each room being different variations of the colors Rust Brown & Walnut. As seen above, colors can be blended together to give a marbled effect, or a more solid color. All rooms shown have scored concrete lines, and the scoring pattern was designed by the customer to fit his personal style.
General Contractor — Bradford Builders
Colors Used — Rust Brown and Walnut (blended) Scoring- a 12" border stained Walnut (by front door) Special Notes — We also did the footings, slab, sidewalks & etc on this project.
Colors Used — Terra Cotta, Bronze, Rust Brown, Mission Tan & BlackScoring - 14" borders & room dividers, 2'0" x 2'-0" squares, 3'-0" diameter circles as accents.
A Residential Home in Chelsea, AL
Contractor — Thornton Homes
Colors Used — Bronze, Terra Cotta, Rust Brown with a Black Border Scoring - 10" squares cut on a diagonal.