Indoor Concrete #1: Concrete Basement Floor

Blog entry by ConcreteLady posted 02-06-2019 09:56 PM 735 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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It’s been about 6 years or so since we painted our basement floor. We used a dark brown color as to attempt to hide any of the spills or footprint tracks and all the other things that happen in life when you have two dogs, two kids, and a very large basement bar. Since then there has been plenty of traffic and plenty of changes. We’ve added some carpet over top of it, moved countless pieces of furniture, and of course, have played and played and played on it. I guess you could say it’s been holding up pretty good. We keep the lighting pretty dim down there to keep the cozy bar/hangout feel alive. And I guess when you don’t go looking for it, it doesn’t seem too bad. But as I said time has been hard on it. I don’t think we would want to make any changes so far, considering we still have the dogs, and the kids are still little, and yes the bar still gets plenty of action. But I guess my point is…I would do the same thing all over again if given the choice. The color seemed pretty perfect too… Maybe when it’s time to repaint, or just redo, we will stick with the dark brown theme, but change up the texture or even the material. I don’t know, I’ll keep thinking on that one. Anyone’s ideas on this one would be taken with great consideration!! : )
-Concrete Lady

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