Incredible Projects to Consider Using Vertical Concrete Coatings

Vertical Concrete Coatings

Vertical Concrete Coatings

Due to increased popularity, you probably know that when it comes to flooring systems, decorative concrete is one of the most advantageous. However, what you may not realize is that you can transform additional surfaces in your home or business using vertical concrete coatings.

In addition to having beautiful new floors installed, you can enhance multiple vertical surfaces. For various indoor and outdoor spaces that look drab or out-of-date, consider vertical concrete coatings. One important thing to note: Along with concrete, the best products on the market also work on drywall, stucco, cinder block, and a host of other materials.

The following are a few examples of projects that work incredibly well for vertical concrete coatings.

  • Fireplace Surrounds – Among the many possibilities, a stamped surface is an excellent way to change the appearance of surrounds. Depending on the fireplace style, you could go with a stamped texture that looks like brick, stone, wood, slate, travertine, flagstone, tile, and more.
  • Stair Fronts – Just imagine walking up and down a flight of stairs with a beautiful design on the front side. With vertical concrete coatings, you can achieve virtually any look that you want, whether using the same design on all the steps or something unique for each one.
  • Walls – Vertical concrete coatings also do wonders for boring walls. Instead of paint, you can design different areas of your home or business using the right decorative solution. For instance, if you have a law firm in an older section of downtown, a wall that looks like brick would enhance the look of your business space. On the other hand, a “wood” wall would create a warm and cozy environment for the interior of a mountainside retreat.

Fire Pits – Heading to the outside, you have the same opportunity. Although there are endless options, a perfect example is one with a stamped design on the top of a fire pit that mimics a large river rock and then what appears as small cobblestone along the vertical surface.