Maybe you’ve tried adding flowers and mulch to spruce up your tired walkway or front yard patio, but your old concrete is begging for retirement. Or, your driveway has dandelions emerging through the winding cracks in your driveway creating an interesting (but unwanted) pattern of yellow blooms. You can try cleaning it, putting flowers alongside of it, and even painting it—but the disappointment you feel every time you look at your tired concrete is starting to get as old as your walkway. With the innovations in design, texture, and application, stamped concrete could be the answer to freshen up your curb appeal and also add to your property value.
Today’s stamped concrete has come along way since the days of broom swept gray patios and sidewalks. If you would like the look of materials like stone, wood, slate, or other natural materials but your budget may not allow, stamped concrete can give you the look you want for a price that’s a lot easier on your wallet. Another popular way people are creating an interesting focal point in their entryways and front yard patios are with stamped concrete medallions that can have multiple colors within the design.
Here are just a few of the natural materials that stamped concrete can resemble for a lot less money:
Not interested in resembling a particular material? Not a problem. You and your stamped concrete contractor can decide on an interesting pattern or texture that will suit your taste and needs.
There are many areas in the front of your property to kick your curb appeal up a notch, improve the value of your home, and increase the quality of your outdoor living experience. Here are ways you can utilize stamped concrete to elevate your home’s curb appeal:
Walkways and Sidewalks
Patios and Sitting Areas
Front Steps and Landing Areas
If you’re looking to incorporate a stamped concrete design that beautifully coordinates with your exterior home color scheme, your possibilities are endless. Today’s stamped concrete can be made to have a variety of colors integrated into the mix to provide durable and lasting color for years to come. Cool and warm grays, rusts and reds, browns and neutral beiges are just a few of the color options available. After your stamped concrete is professionally sealed, you can sit back and enjoy your outdoor living space.