RISMEDIA, Nov. 2, 2007-Concrete, and all it’s decorative options and styles, has become the material of choice for homeowners and builders wanting to accentuate a particular home style. From a coastal home style to a classic ranch or colonial style home, The Concrete Network outlines design ideas and tips for using concrete to complement your unique home style.
The architectural style of your home will play a major role in everything from your decorating style, to your landscaping and decorative hardscaping decisions, including your patio, walkways, driveway and more. The Concrete Network, a source for concrete information, has recently highlighted ideas for using concrete to enhance different home types, from cozy bungalows to ultra-modern energy-efficient designs.
1. When browsing through the various options available for incorporating concrete in your home, it is important to keep projects in harmony with the homes’ color scheme, historical character and surroundings in order to maximize its curb appeal and resale value. This section offers a guide to choosing the right concrete application based on your home’s architectural style. Highlighted styles include: coastal styles, craftsman styles, Spanish styles, Queen Anne Victorian styles, prairie styles, green design homes and more.
2. If you’ve already chosen the right concrete application for your home, The Concrete Network also offers detailed information on today’s most popular techniques, from decorative staining and coloring effects, to stamping and stenciling designs, and more. Qualified concrete artisans can personalize each of these techniques to meet your individual needs and likes, making your home more appealing, yet keeping it functional and practical.
For more ideas on matching concrete with your home’s style check out the site’s extensive online photo gallery offering hundreds of photos featuring finished concrete projects, including interior and exterior concrete applications.
For more information, visit http://www.concretenetwork.com/
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