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Houston Stamped Concrete Projects

Check out these great stamped concrete projects from contractors near Houston. See photos of concrete that they have stamped and learn about how they achieve one-of-a-kind surfaces. For more information and photos, or to contact a contractor, click on the contractor's company name.

Aztec Decorative Concrete
Houston, TX 77084

This residential patio was created using a Grand Ashlar stamp pattern. The color hardener used was Espresso with rock gray color release and accented with sandstone stain to add contrast on some of the stones and along the border of the patio


One Awesome Concrete
Missouri City, TX 77489

This concrete walkway in Southwest Houston was poured new then stamped and colored. A slate texturing skin from Brickform was used. A simple border was also stamped into the concrete. A stamped walkway or patio is a great way to add an established, quality appearance to any home.


Supreme Concrete and Tile
Houston, TX 77041-9106

This creative stamped concrete sidewalk at a residence in Houston, TX features a random stone pattern with a brick border.


Increte of Houston
Houston, TX 77085

This residential stone patio was created using a Large Random Flagstone pattern stamped into the concrete. To give the stones their realistic appearance each stone was hand colored.


Arti-Crete
League City, TX 77573

This residential patio in League City, TX was new poured concrete that was stamped with texture skins then engraved with a flagstone pattern and stained.


Increte of Houston
Houston, TX 77085

It's hard to tell this concrete from the real stone. This residential concrete pool deck and patio were stamped using a Large Random, Notched Ashler Slate pattern. To create the realistic appearance each stone was individually hand colored.


Aztec Decorative Concrete
Houston, TX 77084

This existing residential patio was extended and then overlaid and stamped using a Grand Ashlar Slate pattern. The colors used were a Desert Tan hardener and an Autumn Brown release powder.

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