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Stamped Concrete Patterns and DesignsGet ideas for patterns for concrete from these popular designs
Patterned stamped concrete is designed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, cobblestone and other patterns. These natural stone looks are costly and require more upkeep than patterned or stamped concrete, therefore making stamped concrete much more economical and still capable of achieving a desired look. Because concrete is the most often installed surface for driveways, courtyards, and patios, stamped concrete is a popular application for creating a feasible and unique design.
Some of the most popular concrete patterns are cobblestone and ashler slate. Each decorative concrete contractor has their own stamp patterns based on what has been the most popular in their area. The textured concrete patterns featured above are provided by L.M. Scofield Company.
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