By spending a little time researching different decorative concrete options, you will quickly notice that every product offers a wide range of colors. These colors start from basic tan or gray and go all the way to bright yellow, red, and blue. While this makes the prospect of having new concrete floors installed more exciting, it also creates a challenge. After all, you will need to select one color or a color combination for your project.
In answer to the question about there being any tips in choosing the right colored concrete, there are none. However, there are some guidelines and considerations that will make the decision-making process easier. Above all, it is important that you choose the color or colors that you like. The only concession is that if you plan to sell your home or business sometime in the future, remember that most buyers prefer neutral colors.
Architectural features and even the age of the home or business should also be considered when choosing colored concrete. For instance, if the style of the Austin building is Victorian, bright blue or yellow decorative concrete floors would not match. However, if your home or business has beautifully rounded archways and a sweeping staircase, polished concrete floors with a one-of-a-kind variegated effect would be ideal.Free Analysis & Estimate
The room in which the colored concrete floors are installed is another consideration. If you plan to redo the family basement, a place where the kids play and adults entertain, then you want a color that matches the theme or color scheme but also something that is strong, durable, and long lasting. If you are looking to upgrade executive offices, the colors you choose need to look refined and professional. Fortunately, products like SunDye, SunCanvas, and SunAcid are available in many stunning colors.
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