Faux Stone Patio

3 Materials
$65
5 Hours
Easy

So I saw one posted and figured I could do the same. It's not completely finished because what I did looked so good, we decided to do the other side of what will be our covered patio next year with green turf.
Stenciling & Spray Paints
Be sure to pressure wash the cement, let dry, that's 1 day by itself. Then grab your stencils, and try at least 3-4 different cans of paint to your preference.
Voilà!
So the screened umbrella table will one day be covered & green turf added to that part of the floor.
Full View, Phase 1
It looked so good, now we want to do the other side to extend this creation. Remember to check your weather forecast to Seal it, take 2 days to seal twice. Hubby painted the patio furniture white & I reupholstered the cushions. Maybe a pergola for a little shade when hubby grills? Hmmm! And we're ready to do the firepit next... Thanks for the inspiration, this is my 1st post!

Suggested materials:

  • Stone stencils  (Ace Hardware)
  • Textured & Indoor/Outdoor Spray paints  (Home Depot)
  • Sealant  (Home Depot)

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2 comments
  • Wendy
    on Oct 17, 2018

    What an awesome project!!

    • Marva Gardner
      on Oct 21, 2018

      Thanks Wendy! I followed instructions from a previous HomeTalk post. Grandma used to say, "Imitation is the best form of Flattery"!

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