Concrete has been used as a flooring material for many years, but most people consider it suitable only for industrial environments.
Their dull grey paving stones or blocks are commonly seen in outdoor spaces or on the floors of car parks and garages in commercial buildings and shopping malls.
These plain concrete slabs have served as the flooring material for basements, garages, patios, and utility areas for many years. But concrete is now also a viable material in home interiors, where it can be polished, etched, or stained to serve as the finishing flooring surfaces.
The many virtues of concrete as a decorative flooring material may come as a surprise if you are used to thinking of concrete as suitable only for utilitarian surfaces.
Concrete may not be the best stylistic fit for every home, but for those looking for it, concrete can make some of the most exotic, colorful floors you have ever seen.
And, as with other flooring materials, the techniques of installing and decorating concrete floors has evolved over the years, making it a versatile material that adapts to almost any design or budget