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Stamped concrete patterns are used to create the look of brick, slate, flagstone, cobblestone or other patterns on your concrete patio, driveway or other surface. These patterns are a cost-effective way to achieve realistic looking textures.


Choosing the right pattern for your patio can be a challenge. Scroll down to see some of the options that are available, or work with a stamped concrete contractor near you to make the best choice.

London Cobble
Texture Description: A traditional lightly textured cobblestone pattern.
Ashlar Cut Slate
Texture Description: Stones with a slate surface, in an Ashlar pattern.
Random Stone
Texture Description: Heavily textured random fieldstones.
Classic Wood
Texture Description: Combining multiple wood grains to offer a bold, pronounced, exposed grain texture with six-inch wide planks.
Running Bond New Brick
Texture Description: A running bond pattern with smooth joints.
Herringbone New Brick
Texture Description: A wire-cut common brick texture with sharp corners and few indentations or irregularities over the surface.
Grand Ashlar
Texture Description: Stones of various shapes and sizes laid in an Ashlar pattern, with a slate texture.
European Fan
Texture Description: An elegant European fan pattern, consisting of slightly curved rectangular slate stones.
Fractured Cyprus Slate
Texture Description: Heavy in texture, the joints have a fractured split edge.
Stones of Athens
Texture Description: Limestone, marble and granite are all used next to each other detailing the fi ne craftsmanship of ancient Greece.
Rough Stone Texture
Texture Description: A natural stone texture characterized by a continuous coarse surface.
Sanded Slate Texture
Texture Description: Similar to a slate texture with the addition of a lightly sanded appearance across the entire texture field.

The textured concrete patterns featured here are provided by Brickform, a division of Solomon Colors, Inc.

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Some of the most popular concrete patterns are cobblestone and ashlar slate. However, each decorative concrete contractor has their own stamp patterns based on what has been the most popular in their area.

Explore more patterns:


Although you can choose any pattern you desire, here are the ones we see used most on patios and driveways.

Best stamp patterns for patios:

Concrete Creations in Plymouth, IN
Salzano Custom Concrete in Aldie, VA
Random Stone
SUNDEK of Washington in Chantilly, VA

Best stamp patterns for driveways:

Seamless Textures
Bulach Custom Rock in Inver Grove Heights, MN
Greystone Masonry Inc in Stafford, VA
European Fan
Starburst Concrete Design in Brewster, NY


Certain patterns work well for modern homes, while others are better suited for traditional styles.

Here are some suggestions to help you find the right match:

  • Modern patterns include seamless textures, wood planks and cut stones
  • Traditional patterns include brick, wood and cobblestone
  • Old World patterns include European fan, cobblestones and slate


When applying a stamped pattern to your patio, or other surface, consider adding a stamped border or medallion to your design. Adding this touch can showcase your personality and create a truly unique concrete surface.

Stamped Compass Medallion
Stamped Lotus Blossom Medallion
Swirl Border pattern
Whale border pattern

More Tips:

  • Ask your contractor if they have pattern samples or mockups you can see and feel
  • If you’d like a specialty pattern, contractors can rent stamp mats from supply stores
  • Custom concrete stamps can even be created if you are looking for something truly unique

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