Now, decorative concrete
Decorative concrete has become the new material of choice for designers and homeowners. In stained, coloured, painted and personalised glory, it is popping up in retail stores, trendy restaurants, offices and homes.
The applications have become wide and varied from kitchen and bathroom countertops, sinks, tub surrounds, tabletops for dining, coffee tables and end tables, interior floors, driveways, patios and outdoor living areas. One of the most common places th
e decorative concrete is seen these days is under the feet. Even the elaborately detailed pieces of these can be more cost-effective than marble, slate, granite and others. Completely customisable and long-lasting, they offer monolithic flooring. They can also go well with exteriors and can even adorn the walls to offer a distinctive look.
This concrete is resistant to wear and tear.
T. LALITH SINGH
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