Like most people, there is an excellent chance that you relate decorative concrete solutions to horizontal surfaces, like floors, walkways, driveways, pool decks, and so on. However, some of these solutions work on vertical surfaces as well. With the right product, vertical concrete coatings can transform multiple things both inside and outside.
Just imagine what you can accomplish around your home or business using vertical concrete coatings. Whether applied to a retaining wall, wainscoting, planter boxes, fireplace surrounds, interior walls, water features, and more, you can change the look and feel of an entire space. After finishing one project, you may feel inspired to start on a second one immediately.
Something else to consider is that some vertical concrete coatings work on different materials. In addition to concrete, you can apply them to stucco, drywall, brick, cinder block, and even painted surfaces. Best of all, there is no need to tear out an existing surface. Instead, an expert can apply the coating to the existing surface.
As a perfect example, if your company recently moved into a downtown building, but the modern interior does not jive with the overall atmosphere, you could have stamped concrete that looks like genuine brick applied to the primary wall of your reception area. These stamps look so real no one will know the difference.
Updating a den or library in your home is another example. If you want to create a more traditional study space, stamped vertical concrete coatings that look like real wood are again the perfect choice. In this case, you can have the stamps applied in different directions or come up with a one-of-a-kind design that turns an ordinary room into a masterpiece.
You can even transform your garage or any exterior space. If you have a patio complete with a fireplace, you can select from a variety of vertical concrete coatings to change the surrounds. For a rustic look, you might have what looks like small river rock applied or an expert can create a custom design effect that ties your patio and home together. Just as with horizontal applications, the sky is the limit when it comes to vertical surfaces.