Q: What’s green and grey and walked all over?
This new patio features a light broom finish with an exposed aggregate band around the edges.
Above: Custom Concrete took out one section of a Bellingham area sidewalk and created an exposed aggregate pad that beefs-up the curb appeal of this home. While plain gray concrete is still the most often surface installed, as seen on most concrete sidewalks, there are numerous decorative concrete alternatives sure to dress it up, taking your sidewalk from boring to amazing.
Stained and decorative concrete makes trendy and long-lasting indoor flooring but it can also be used to create outdoor living areas that boost curb appeal and enhance day-to-day living.
Above: On the new backyard patio, Custom Concrete used a recycled plastic expansion joint made by Oscoda Plastics to separate aggregate bands from the brushed concrete center. The expansion joints are eco-friendly, long-lasting and they look great!
Looking for more decorative concrete ideas for your Bellingham, WA area home? Check out this Pinterest board: http://ow.ly/Jl2FI