Monday, 15 April 2013

Go Cuckoo over Robin's Egg Blue Stained Concrete Custom Tiles - check out our latest extraordinary concrete staining project - made in BC by MODE CONCRETE

Go cuckoo over this robin's egg blue stained concrete.  A custom tile project our artisans have been working on... new favorite color of 2013!  Who wouldn't love the classic durability of natural concrete mixed with a dynamic custom staining application.  This sort of staining can be applied to any of our concrete products.  Multiple layers of staining and pigment have been added to this concrete project, the artisan's spent hours developing the perfect Robin's Egg Blue seen here on this recent custom concrete tile project.

Our concrete tiles are great for
fireplaces, bathrooms, used as a back splash,  applied on a feature wall or used as cladding tiles.  Our light weight, fibre reinforced, large-format concrete tiles are perfect for... walls, floors, indoor, outdoor, wet, dry, vertical, horizontal and overhead applications.  Totally endless options.

The quality of our products are extraordinary, have incredible longevity and are too stunning for words.  MODE CONCRETE offers luxury, high-end large-format concrete tiles.  All of our original, hand-cast concrete products are individually created, designed and fabricated in Kelowna BC, Canada. Stained, colored and finished to your preference - many options available to achieve the 'look' you are going for. Since all of our concrete products are custom and made to order, everything is made by hand to fit your project perfectly.

Our concrete tiles have a special blend of ingredients that makes the concrete lighter weight than natural stone or other tile options.  The high tech products we use in our concrete gives it extra strength.  Our tiles are durable, are easily cut and even easier to install.

MODE CONCRETE provides all the services we discuss in this blog.  If you'd like anymore information please contact us.

We are located in Kelowna BC Canada, and will soon offer international shipping.

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