One question we hear about stamped concrete is whether or not it looks fake. Did you know that stamped concrete actually looks very realistic because most stamping mats used are molded from the actual materials they are used to replicate. If anything, stamped concrete looks better than the real thing, because you won’t get weed or moss growth in between the joints, and it won’t rot or splinter (if you are mimicking wood planking).
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Did you know stamped concrete can be mixed to suit any color palette? Colors schemes for stamped concrete are often selected to blend with other architectural elements of the home or the natural surroundings. Subtle earth-tone shades are popular for outdoor pavements, but concrete can also be the canvas for bolder, more vivid color schemes. Dyes and newer acrylic-based stains are available in vibrant tones such as red, yellow, orange and cobalt blue. More decorative contractors are using these products to rev up their color palettes.
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