Exposed aggregate is a unique product. It is something that many homeowners are not even aware of, and those who are may not be entirely sure how to best integrate it into their home. This material is unique in that it offers a permanent solution with an impressively beautiful finish and can be used in different locations and in different design schemes. If you want to add this unique material to your home, here are some ways you can incorporate it.
Standard precast concrete parts are a bit boring in and of themselves. However, if you add exposed aggregateyou can achieve a more visually appealing appearance. You can even change colors and remove this simple concrete gray hue in favor of a more eye-catching object. If you choose a color or design that complements and enhances your curb appeal, you will also see an increase in the value of your home.
Exposed aggregate path designs give your outdoor spaces a unique element. Again, you have a choice of different colors and can choose from a variety of designs and surfaces that are used by concrete and pavement professionals. You can use these ways to make an artistic statement while providing people with a solid yet comfortable surface to walk on.
Granite and quartz accents
The versatility of the exposed aggregate is demonstrated by the fact that you can mix in almost any other material to achieve the textured finish for which this material is known. To achieve a design addition that also stands out and waves, you should add quartz or granite to your aggregate to get a shiny, multi-dimensional finish that can be a great focus.
Limestone with aggregate
Limestone is a durable, unique material that is often used alone as a soil solution. However, it is also available as part of an exposed aggregate design, so you can use a unique material that creates its unique finish. As limestone becomes more popular, it will only be a matter of time before it is available in a variety of aggregates.
Decorative pattern changes
If you want to create a functional space with flooring or surface materials, but still want to make an impression, this may be a good choice. You can talk to specific professionals about how they can create a variety of unique but somewhat interconnected designs for your home with exposed aggregates.