Just because your concrete is outdoors doesn’t mean it can’t be decorative. Outdoor concrete porches, patios, walkways, and driveways can be decorative as long as you understand what flooring options can (and cannot) withstand harsh weather.
Concrete floors are known for their durability, which is an advantage over other types of floors. With the natural durability of concrete, you have a lot of options to choose from. Here’s a list of 5 popular alternatives for your outdoor concrete space.
Rustic Concrete Wood: Get the classy look of wood floors outside your home without the warping or breaking that comes with keeping real wood outdoors.
Tuscan Slate: The high-end look is as great outdoors as it is inside your home.
Stenciled Concrete: The look of tile floors without the grout lines or labor-intensive installation.
Graniflex: The Graniflex system is a great option for anyone who wants a outdoor floor that is safe, textured, and protected against water damage.
Add patterns and texture to your outdoor space with stamped overlay.