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Stenciled concrete floor, for the basement? Family Room Makeover - Before & After Wood Flooring Photos. DIY Home Decor Dancing shoes banner .

Stamped Concrete - perfect project for a driveway, porch, front walk, or even concrete flooring. It's like laying down rubber floor mats into wet concrete. Easy. We did ours in an afternoon. ~~ Houston Foodlovers Book Club

Use Tin Ceiling tiles to imprint in concrete Pavement tiles, Barcelona. ~ when i was there a few years ago, i was amazed by the sidewalks, theywent on for miles

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Concrete floors painted with Annie Sloan chalk paint with Otomi stencil. Featuring Old White and French Linen - great DIY alternative flooring option. - Woods of Bell Trees

Stenciled floor...almost too pretty to walk on!

This is incredibly inspiring floor painted in Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan in Graphite with Old White stenciling designed and executed by the very talented Peterson Peterson Skivington of North Carolina. Quite perfect!

Stenciled concrete floor - great way to update a floor for relatively little time and money!

Stenciling a Concrete Floor

Stenciled concrete floor - great way to update a floor for relatively little time and money! Would look great outside as a faux carpet.

Extraordinary mosaic floor, reminiscent of autumn.

Autumn leaves mosaic tile floor - this would look cool in an entryway or even a mudroom! only lighter in color

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A pattern piece with a sort of fixed-wood texture. The lines and hatching could be texture or simply shading but either way it looks appealing to touch.

Make a faux brick floor using a sponge and stain! Here are step-by-step instructions.

Painting faux brinks on to concrete using a sponge cut into the shape of a brick and red wood stain. This would be a great way to make a herringbone pattern on our back porch. I could use any color of stain darker than our current porch.

You'll wish you had a concrete floor when you see these stunning transformations

You'll wish you had a concrete floor when you see these stunning ideas

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