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DECORATIVE FINISHES

Exposed

 

Aggregate

Exposed aggregate concrete is a form of decorative concrete achieved by removing the top layer of cement paste and revealing the underlying aggregate.

The decorative aggregate now becomes a very durable, skid-resistant surface that is great for sidewalks, driveways, pool decks, and patios.

Seamless Stone

A natural stone texture characterized by a continuous coarse surface with several distinguishing veins.

Ashlar Cut Slate

A naturally laminated stone texture split along parallel planes, hand-tooled to create a more pronounced chipped fragmented texture with small deep joints.

Cedar Wood Plank

A cedar wood texture with coarse, pronounced grain and a rough surface appearance that incorporates oversized nail heads at each end.

European Fan

An elegant European fan pattern, consisting of slightly curved rectangular slate stones.

Random Stone

Heavily textured random fieldstones.

Stones of Athens

Stones of Athens The ancient city of Athens, Greece, crowned with marble temples such as the Parthenon and the Acropolis stands the test of time with millions of visitors walking the time old streets of Athens. A variety of different stones helped the Paladiano Team create Athens Stone, one of most intricate tools using over 14 combined textures: Limestone, Marble and Granite are all used next to each other detailing the fine craftsmanship of ancient Greece.

York Stone

Stones with a slate surface.

Brick Border

Cobblestone

 

Border