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Get the Golf Ball Look in a Concrete Patio

This particular decorative concrete project was for the side yard of a repeat customer, an avid golfer.

The Green Scene in Canoga Park, Calif., is owned by president and supervising designer Scott Cohen. The high-end landscape design and building firm is nationally recognized for creating custom pools, spas, fireplaces, concrete stamping and staining, ceramics and tile, outdoor kitchens, rock waterfalls and much more.The company has also installed a concrete pool, fountain, driveway and pour-in-place countertop for an outdoor BBQ on the customer's property.

This particular project was for the side yard of a repeat customer, an avid golfer. The company has also installed a concrete pool, fountain, driveway and pour-in-place countertop for an outdoor BBQ on the customer's property.

The golf ball patio, which was designed by Cohen, took about two to three weeks to finish. First, the team applied white color hardener to natural gray concrete and let it cure. They used an oyster white stain from Kemiko Concrete Staining with a touch of acrylic stain for the color of the ball.

The golf ball patio, which was designed by Cohen, took about two to three weeks to finish. First, the team applied white color hardener to natural gray concrete and let it cure. They used an oyster white stain from Kemiko Concrete Staining with a touch of acrylic stain for the color of the ball.Then, they made a template for the Titleist logo, engraving the letters with a KaleidoCrete engraver system from Engrave-A-Crete. They stained the letters with a black stain and the number with a red stain, both from Kemiko. They followed by engraving the circles, which took on the grayish color of the concrete, making the golf balls' dimples stand out.

The project was finished off by sealing the patio.

(818) 227-0740
www.greenscenelandscape.com

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