Skip to content

Decorative Concrete

Decorative concrete is a highly sought-after flooring option due to its versatility in terms of color and finish options. The process of transforming concrete surfaces into decorative concrete involves adding various materials to the mixture, either during the initial pouring or post-curing phase.

The choice of color for decorative concrete in Seattle is ultimately determined by the desired aesthetic outcome. Pigment-based hardeners and color pigments are mixed with wet concrete to achieve a consistent opaque color. Alternatively, liquid dyes and stains can be applied post-curing for a vibrant or translucent effect.

Not only is decorative concrete visually striking, but it is also low maintenance and boasts a long lifespan when properly installed and maintained. The addition of various chemicals can enhance the appearance of concrete surfaces, while still maintaining its functional properties.

Decorative concrete can mimic the look and feel of materials such as brick, wood, granite, tile, slate, marble, and more, but at a fraction of the cost. Furthermore, the decorative concrete process is safe and environmentally-friendly, making it an excellent option for achieving an elegant and stylish floor without excessive expense.

Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete is a decorative technique that creates a textured appearance that mimics the look of natural materials such as bricks or stones. The process involves pressing molds into wet concrete to create unique patterns and designs, making it an ideal choice for homeowners looking to add a touch of texture to their outdoor spaces.

Dyed Concrete

Dyed concrete is a decorative option that utilizes dyes instead of chemical reactions to achieve a desired color. With recent advancements in technology, dyes are now more durable and long-lasting, even in direct sunlight. This type of decorative concrete is perfect for indoor spaces, such as concrete floors, where stencils and patterns can be used to create unique designs, including company logos and brand names.

Stained Concrete

Stained concrete is a decorative technique that uses a chemical reaction to create a desired color and look. This type of decorative concrete offers a wide range of color options and can be used to create unique and attractive designs.

Polished Concrete

Polished concrete is a cost-effective way to create simple and visually appealing surfaces. This technique can be used on existing concrete floors or during the construction process to create a smooth and glossy finish.

Decorative concrete around a white window in Seattle Downtown

Seattle Concrete Services

Concrete Design, Construction, & Maintenance.

Our concrete contractors provide a range of services related to the installation, repair, and maintenance of concrete. These services include pouring new concrete foundations, driveways, patios, sidewalks, and retaining walls, as well as repairing and resurfacing existing concrete surfaces.

A concrete blog

Helpful articles for both homeowners and professionals.

Whether you choose to use our services, or take the DIY route, we're here to help.


(206) 552-9998

Seattle Concrete, L.L.C.

Your connection to experienced contractors specializing in concrete construction, design, and maintenance.

Seattle Concrete

Any questions? Send us a message.

Please enter a valid name.
Please enter a valid email address.
Please enter a valid phone number.
Please enter your message.
Thank you. Your message has been sent.
Unable to send your message. Please call us for assistance.