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Stamped concrete driveways give you a vast array of decorative options not possible with other paving materials. Using stamps, you can create cost-effective replicas of popular materials such as cobblestone, brick, natural slate, and field stone. And unlike stone or precast pavers, a stamped concrete driveway can be poured or pumped into place without the need to lift and place individual units, saving significant time and labor. Beyond the endless patterns and textures available, coloring methods such as stains, integral color, and powdered pigments will give your stamped concrete an authentic look. Contractors can also customize the color of your driveway to complement your home and landscape.

What type of Driveway can we help you design?

Design ideas:

  • Use borders and bands in contrasting colors and patterns to add decorative interest.

  • If you simply want to give your driveway a stone-like texture rather than a clearly defined pattern, use seamless texture skins to impart the look of natural rough-cut stone.

  • Instead of using stamped concrete for the entire driveway, install stamped borders combined with fields of exposed aggregate or broom-finished concrete. This combination is very appealing yet more affordable because of the savings in labor and material costs.

  • Even if you have an existing concrete driveway, it’s possible to give it pattern and color by resurfacing it with a stampable concrete overlay.

  • For the greatest curb appeal, choose patterns and colors that complement the architectural style of your home.

  • Stamped concrete benefits from added color because it can make the pattern look more realistic. But you don't have to do a lot to make a big impact. Save money by using just one primary color with some antiquing accents rather than applying multiple layers of color.

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