Many people think of stamped concrete for outdoor purposes. After all, it works great for patios, garden paths, and even driveways. But personally, we’d say stamped concrete has even more to offer your interior floors.

After all, stamped and stained concrete can mimic just about any flooring material, and interior floors tend to be very diverse. Not sure where to best utilize stamped concrete in your home? We can help.

Where to Use Stamped Concrete in Your Home

At the end of the last century, hard flooring had mostly been regulated to kitchens, bathrooms, and entry ways. That’s no longer the case as people are placing hard floors everywhere. After all, they’re durable, affordable, and chosen correctly, they tend to stay in style longer.

This makes stamped concrete a great choice, especially for floors where concrete is already in place. Stamped concrete can achieve the appearance of much more costly materials at a much cheaper cost.

Want tile flooring in your bathroom or kitchen? Stamped concrete can achieve an identical appearance without having to mess with grout or worrying about cracked titles.

Looking to place wood flooring in your hallways or across your kitchen? Stamped concrete can capture the rugged beauty of wood without the risk of rot or cracking.

Stained concrete can work great for basements and other areas prone to getting wet. Rather than laying down carpet that may need to be torn up, utilize area rugs across subtle stamped concrete to create a durable, yet cozy hangout space.

Whether you want stone, marble, slate, brick, wood, or something else, stamped concrete can handle it all. It can even be used to create unique designs and patterns for a one of a kind flooring experience.

Stamped Concrete is Great for Commercial Space as Well

Looking to upgrade the flooring of your commercial space? Whether you have an office, a showroom, a venue, or another type of space, stamped concrete can give it an appearance that will leave visitors awestruck.

Stamped and stained concrete can even be utilized to place a company logo into the floor, if desired. The possibilities are near endless.

For Stamped Concrete, Use a Professional

While stamped concrete offers an affordable, customizable flooring solution, it’s best left to professionals. The process of stamping concrete requires unique tools to achieve the desired appearance. Done incorrectly, and you could be left with a floor that looks like a failed Pinterest project.

This is especially true when staining is involved. Concrete stain is a complex compound that can experience a number of issues if applied wrong.

For stained and/or stamped concrete in Ohio, contact Select Flooring Systems today.