Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
LifeTime Floors Revealed system was used at this residential home in Sunfish Lake, MN. We were contacted by Prestige pools to pour a pool deck. The homeowner wanted a unique clean look to compliment the stucco on the exterior of his home. Instead of going with the traditional stamped concrete, Tom Graf proposed going in a different direction with a specialty Exposed look, LTF Revealed systems.
Concrete Arts created a custom blend of colors to a white base cement to achieve the desired color. Two different sizes of Georgia White aggregate was added to the mix. In addition to the 5,000 s.f of pool deck and walk way area, a fire pit at the base of the pool deck and six different sets of stairs were all hand done with form liners with a bull nose form. Concrete Arts also casted pool caps on site. The pool caps were also a bull nose edging to keep the look consistent.
These are the beautiful images from the pool deck.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
I love this home that we did below. We used our Sandscape system for their front stoop, retaining wall and stairs. I love the warm brown feel and the light sand exposed texture. It gives this home a contemporary, clean look that makes you want to go visit the fascinating people who live there.
Monday, November 1, 2010
The photos below are of a pool deck we finished in Cottage Grove, MN. Concrete Arts decorative stamped it with an Old Granite texture.