Decorative Concrete Stenciled

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About Stenciled Decorative Concrete

Stenciled concrete is the process where a paper stencil is used to imprint a design or pattern into wet concrete. This process was only developed a little over ten years ago. Stenciled concrete is another decorative concreting option for homeowners, builders and architects.

Stenciling your concrete involves three main steps:

  1. The Paper Stencil: Choose your stencil design or pattern. Lay it across the fresh concrete and gently work it in.

  2. The Color Hardener: The color hardener is applied after the surface water has evaporated, apply two coats and work in with a towel.

  3. Sealing the Surface: The concrete is then sealed to protect it from stains and dirt, and also to harden and strengthen the surface.

Concrete Stencil
Stenciled Decorative Concrete The end product is an attractive, colorful, patterned concrete surface. This is a cost effective way of dressing up the traditional gray concrete slab!

The Advantages

  • Stenciled concrete can be created on new or existing concrete flooring.
  • The choice of patterns and designs are endless.
  • The choice of colors is abundant.
  • It is a cost-effective method of making concrete more attractive.
  • It can imitate more expensive types of pavers
  • Installation is quick and easy.
  • Produces a high quality finish and image.
  • Does not have the problems of weed growth and structural movement.

Patterns and Designs

Stenciled Concrete Stenciled Concrete is a great decorative tool, and is widely used by homeowners, builders and architects, to pep up that traditional gray concrete slab! It is available in so many types of patterns and designs, that there is bound to be something to suit any individual taste.

Following is a sample list of just some of the patterns available on the market:

  • Herringbone
  • Keystone
  • Running Bond
  • Riverstone
  • Weave
  • Cobblestone
  • Basket weave
  • Cobble Fan
  • Diamond
  • Flagstone
  • Cobble brick
  • Compass
  • Rosette
  • Circle

Basket Weave Herringbone

Cobblestone Cobble Fan