Concrete Art

Concrete art involves concrete and other cement-based materials to fabricate or coat surfaces where color, texture and shapes are key elements of a design.

Cindee Lundin and attendees of the Concrete Decor Show 2017 working on an art installation at Innisbrook Resort

Concrete Decor Show Leaves Lasting Marks on Florida Resort

The resort was buzzing with people talking about the improvements that were transforming the grounds and some of the facilities on the resort. From pools and walkways to countertops and floors, projects were conducted by seasoned professionals and completed by novices and decorative concrete veterans alike.

Colors Come in Warm and Cool Hues

Talking to a client about color choices can be difficult. Many times, clients say they want brown, which is about the vaguest statement a client can make. In the last article, we focused on asking if they wanted it to be light or dark. This time we want to know if they want a warm or a cool brown. Warm and cool attributes are very much like lights and darks.

How To Enhance Concrete With Stenciling

To enhance newly-poured concrete or to rejuvenate existing concrete, stenciling is a decorative application worth considering. It may seem like a simple process, but a few fine points separate nice-looking, profitable stencil jobs from the rest. We’ve asked some experienced stencilers for tips to elevate your stenciling jobs from so-so to spectacular.

Mind-Body-Soul and Concrete at the Benesse Healing Garden

Benesse Healing Garden at the Benesse Oncology Center, part of the Major Hospital system in Shelbyville, is an integral part of Benesse’s mind-body-soul treatment philosophy. The almost one-acre park has four water features, meandering walkways, lush plantings and several seating areas that allow for social interaction or privacy.