Textures

Specializing in a natural stone look, Concrete Contours uses a variety of mats and tools to design a unique curb for every single customer. When choosing the textures for your home, we look at stone that may already be on the front of your home and let you see what the textures look and feel like the day of install. Textures are listed below for you to choose from.

STYLE: Subtle
Texture Depth: 3/10
Popularity: 10/10

An aggressive look that still stays smooth with some antique. Dakota Quartz is a stone look that has great lines with unpredictable turns in one layer. This texture looks amazing with any style and frequency joints.

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STYLE: Subtle
Texture Depth: 4/10
Popularity: 10/10

This beautiful subtle and smooth finish leaves a lasting impression on your home. The lines it creates are absolutely beautiful with a very rich look and not too deep into the surface. This texture looks great with any style joints.

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STYLE: Subtle
Texture Depth: 4/10
Popularity:
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Falls Pitted Granite is irregular with a combination of striations and spots or lines and dots. It is a beautiful natural stone look for your home. The best joints for this texture are deep stone every 1 to 2 feet.

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STYLE: Stone (extra charge applies)
Texture Depth: 8/10
Popularity: 9/10

Busted & Broken is a deep stone looking texture that expands the curb generously and takes an antique incredibly well. The deep vein lines make an impression on people viewing your curbing and it really adds a rich look to your home. These deep stone looks do carry an extra charge due to the materials and time needed. The best joints for this texture are thin straight cuts every 2 to 3 feet.

STYLE: Subtle
Texture Depth: 5/10
Popularity: 9/10

Deepstone is an impressive look and it is not completely unlike our Falls Pitted Granite. The difference is that it is much deeper and more pitted. It adds a reasonable amount of stone shape to the curbing and looks really good in almost all colors but especially the gray hues. The best joints for this are deep stone every 1 to 2 feet.

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STYLE: Stone (extra charge applies)
Texture Depth: 10/10
Popularity: 8/10

This Sioux River Rock is a very aggressive texture so it is very busy looking but SO beautiful in a concrete curb. It leaves terrific deep impressions and creates a lot of diversity in the color that is produced because of the base color showing in the stones and the antique being more dominant in the grout lines. The best joints for this texture are thin cuts every 2 to 3 feet.

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STYLE: Subtle
Texture Depth: 1/10
Popularity: 8/10

Don’t let the image fool you, this is NOT an aggressive texture. It has a very smooth finish with a very slight texture in the top of the concrete curbing. It has a marble like finish and small amounts of antiquing can be achieved. This is a beautiful choice with frequent deep stone joints every 1 to 2 feet.

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STYLE: Stone (extra charges apply)
Texture Depth: 6/10
Popularity: UNRATED

This is a very attractive texture that looks more like the lava rock patterns you might find on an island like Hawaii. It adds an aggressive look that is really beautiful here in South Dakota and despite the island style, it goes REALLY well with our landscapes. Consider thin joints every 1 to 2 feet.

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STYLE: Stone (extra charges apply)
Texture Depth: 6/10
Popularity: UNRATED

This texture is all over the place – in a GREAT way! it is very busy and so it pairs really well with more minimalistic style landscaping. Consider thin joints every 1 to 2 feet.

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STYLE: Stone (extra charges apply)
Texture Depth: 9/10
Popularity: UNRATED

A deep and impressive texture that flattens the molds and makes the curbing extra thick. This is a really special texture that you will love. It looks like big, beautiful stone work and it should be paired with deep, thin joints every couple of feet.

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