Turn your residential or commercial floor into a work of art by adding from various stamped concrete patterns! From the more traditional Herringbone and Fan Stone, to the intricate Mediterranean Tile, these patterns will inspire aesthetics in a rather innovative installation.
ASHLAR STONES – This pattern features the look of stones that are hand-chiseled in rectangular shapes of various sizes; the layout can be in a continuous parallel, horizontal, or random pattern, which is a deliberate discontinuous pattern of vertical and horizontal pattern.
BASKET – This is a woven look similar to a basket, whereas a pair of bricks is laid out vertically, then horizontally, in an alternative fashion.
BORDER – This features the look of vertical bricks stacked in even rows and columns. A single row can be used as a border, while multiple rows can be used on narrow paths as its simple, vertical pattern helps lure the eyes forward.
CIRCLE STAR – This pattern consists of one major design: a star within a circle. This can be used as a focal point or stamped repeatedly as a pattern.
CIRCLE STONES – This is a pattern where stones are laid out in a circular pattern, starting with one piece in the middle.
COBBLE STONES – This pattern aims to mimic the look of cuboid cobblestones, like the ones on Rome’s streets. Its aged appearance gives it the old world sophistication it is known for.
FAN STONE – This is a variation of cobblestones wherein the pattern shows stones laid out in a series of arches.
FLAG STONES – This pattern aims to replicate the natural look of flag stones. Often, stones look irregularly cut. The surface is then hand-stained in a variety of colors for a more natural appearance.
HERRINGBONE – One of the most popular types of stone patterns because of its complexity and aesthetic appeal. It features brick-sized stones arranged alternatively to create a continuous V layout. It has a tendency to draw the eyes forward, thus, making it an ideal pattern for small and narrow spaces.
LONESTAR – This features a simple star pattern, without a circle around it, which can be used as a focal point or stamped repeatedly in a series.
MEDITERRANEAN TILE – A complex pattern that resembles the Mediterranean tile mosaics often lad out on floors, walls, and backsplashes.
NUMBERS – These are often customized into a customer’s property to determine a house number, or anything that has meaning to them.
NEW YORK BLOCK – This is quite similar to brick wall but the rectangular shapes are longer, almost like how wooden planks would be arranged on a floor. Unlike a brick pattern, their ends do not meet in the middle of the rectangular shape in the next row.
PALO VERDE – Like other natural stone patterns, this features random sized stones with somewhat rounded and smooth edges.
PAVERS – This pattern aims to replicate the look of interlocking pavers, regardless of shape.
RANDOM – This is a pattern that features random stone shapes and sizes laid out beside each other to create a complete floor surface. Often, the edges are left rugged and rough.
RUNNINGBOARD BRICK – This is very much similar to a wall brick pattern. The difference is one the grout width and the sizes of the bricks. This tends to have a wider gap between bricks.
WALL BRICK – This pattern aims to replicate the look of a brick wall without the need for stacking real brick. This can be used on both walls and floors.