Uses For New Concrete At Your Home

Posted on August 19th, 2019 by Devine Bros

As a homeowner in 2019, there are a lot of things you can do when remodeling — and the materials to use are seemingly endless! What many people fail to think about however, is the use for lesser-known materials in specific areas within. Below are a few different ways you can use concrete when creating your home’s new abode — and while some ideas might seem familiar, they’re definitely a modern spin on a traditional approach!

In The Kitchen

Your kitchen is a place where many gather to enjoy a snack, and enjoy company. And while a traditional countertop with granite or a similar stone is commonly found, concrete can be the edgy, raw approach you’ve never thought of! This heavy, durable grey material can prove to be useful in many situations, and can provide you with a ton of workable, durable space for your next culinary endeavor.


For the industrial junkie, concrete fixtures are great ways to incorporate that theme within a home — and in many ways! There are endless opportunities to include a concrete wall or seating element to a home at a time where this was probably not thought of. The effects of this can be room separation and a new twist in your home that wouldn’t be seen anywhere else! 

Accent Pieces

Whether it’s a hollowed out cylinder with a light fixture on the top or a steampunk relic fixed to the top, concrete can add a raw look to any room, and really tie in the styling together all at once! It’s important to note that there are many different ways to use concrete, and it’s something you can begin in your garage as a side project! The best part about this material is that it’s extremely cheap and can be manipulated in many ways very easily — all to suit the style you want at home! 

Helping Norwalk homeowners improve their lives at home is something Devine Brothers has been providing to their customers for over 100 years! If you’re interested in learning more about our service or need supplies, make sure to get in contact with us today! For more tips & tricks, make sure to like us on Facebook!

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