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Concrete effect paint

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Concrete effect paint. Get inspired and try out new things.
Lazenby - Recommended Polished Concrete Colours

Lazenby recommend unique colours for their superior polished concrete installations. RAL colour matches available. Visit our London Showroom by appointment.

DIY a Cement Look Fireplace for less than $100 - Angela Rose Home

I finally figured it out guys. This is life changing. I figured out a way to DIY a cement look fireplace for less than $100…and it isn’t a faux finish. All contractors quoted me $2,000 to $3,000 for their finishes, and so I am thrilled with the way this turned out. Okay, now let me […]

Penny Houle
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Faux concrete walls are a hot style right now. Creating this cool industrial look yourself is not difficult. Just follow the tutorial on this page

Painting a faux concrete wall is easy and you don't need any special paints to get this effect. I created my faux concrete wall finish in 5 easy steps.

Painted concrete floor | Houzz AU

My budget has determined I will paint my concrete floors in new build. I am considering painted either: floors white/walls beige, or floors beige/ walls white (I’ve read white floor shows dirt so much). Can’t find any pics of biege painted floors- def don’t want grey floor. Using Porters Paint (n...

Using concrete home accessories may sound like a wild idea. I know, it’s grey and heavy and stuff, and we use it to make walls, BUT let me just open your mind about it so you see the coolness too. click through to get inspired!

Using concrete home accessories may sound like a wild idea. I know, it’s grey and heavy and stuff, and we use it to make walls, BUT let me just open your mind about it so you see the coolness too. click through to get inspired!

DIY Home Decor: How To Paint a Faux Concrete Wall Finish | Apartment Therapy

A few years ago I wrote about a distressed glazing technique which has a distressed feel to it, a way we developed to add visual texture to your walls that doesn’t like a stock rag rolling. Here, we take this process one step further. The look is both soft and contemporary, works well in urban environments, and is still livable. It’s unique every time, and in this example we’re emphasizing a linear quality, as if the “concrete” was poured into a wood formwork.

Meital Saad
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