Top Trends

When it comes to flooring options, most people opt for tiles, timber boards or carpet. However, if you are after a really unique look for your space, why not go for concrete flooring? It will give your space the wow factor it needs and add a touch of glamour to any property.

The top trends when it comes to concrete flooring are:

Concrete Overlays: This is probably one of the easiest ways to completely change the overall look of your property. Concrete overlays work by improving on the appearance of the existing concrete floors using special polymer coatings. They are available in a wide range of colours and designs to ensure a custom finish.

Polished concrete: Another method for upgrading your existing concrete floor is polished concrete. Specialised products are used to create a highly waxed surface. The effect of this type of flooring can be further enhanced through use of various shades.

Acid Stained: Are you after a classic and elegant look in concrete flooring? Then acid stained concrete is the right choice for you. It can be used on existing concrete floors so you don’t have to go through the hassle of completely removing and reinstalling the floor again. The stains are an interesting combination of water, acid and metallic salts that can be customised in different shades. The end result is natural and can be a combination of any shade and pattern.

Stamped Concrete: Another popular trend in concrete flooring is the stamped concrete. It can be used both indoors and outdoors and is often used to create effects like wood grain, brick and natural stone. Commonly used in areas such as the kitchen, bathroom, pool areas and patios, it’s a solution that is versatile enough to suit any property. This flooring works best when in single colour so the stamped pattern is more prominent in the result.

So, there you have it! Why not incorporate one of these stunning concrete looks in your property for a completely different but bold look that will have your guests completely in awe.

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