- Concrete Patio Info
- Concrete Patio Pictures
- Patio Placement and Layout Tips
- Patio Sizes and Dimensions
- Concrete Patio Finishes
- Patio Designs and Ideas
- Concrete Patio Sealer
- Stamped Concrete and Other Popular Patio Finishes
- Stamped Concrete Patterns
- Resurfacing Concrete Patios
- Exposed Aggregate
- Advantages of Concrete Patios
- Concrete Patio Cost
- Maintenance is a Breeze
- Other Resources
- Review our Comprehensive Section on Stamped Concrete
- Concrete Contractors: Find Products and Supplies in Your Area
- Design Ideas: Concrete Patio Info
Concrete Patio Finish OptionsMix it up with your favorite patio flooring materials
When choosing outdoor concrete flooring there are a wide variety of patio finishes available. Some are simple and affordable, while others offer high-end customization.
Finish Options for Concrete Patio Flooring
- Colored Concrete
Enhance your patio with subtle shades or dramatic hues
- Stamped Concrete
Use stamps to add texture to your concrete patio
- Stained Concrete
Upgrade the look of new or existing patios with semi-transparent color
- Stenciled Concrete
Add patterns to your patio with disposable stencils
- Exposed Aggregate
Reveal the true beauty of decorative aggregates in your concrete
- Engraved Concrete
Transform existing patios with special tools that cut patterns and designs
Create a patio with individual cast concrete pavers in a wide array of colors, shapes and sizes
Find concrete patio contractors near me.
On the inside of most homes, the floor materials vary from room to room. Treat your outdoor rooms the same way by mixing up your patio finishes or styling.
Here are some ideas from landscape designer Scott Cohen:
- Use different textures, stamp patterns and finishes to give each area a slightly different feel.
- Colors should always coordinate, but don't be afraid to use a little creativity within the media you're working with.
- Used exposed aggregate for the outdoor living room flooring, tumbled concrete pavers for the outdoor kitchen, stamped concrete pads for the pathways and wet set pavers for the sun deck.
More ways to mix it up
Trim an outdoor seating area with a decorative band. The band can be as simple as a saw cut 10-12" band on the border of a concrete slab, or on stamped applications try one of my favorites: bar-tile trim, fleur-de-lis, or a grape vine border.