Create Great Decorative Concrete Entryways with 10 Design Ideas Offered on
Newly added concrete entryway information on The Concrete Network provides homeowners
with ten great ideas for creating the perfect home or business office entryway. The tips focus on
creating entryways that incorporate walkways, steps and decorative accents.
Calimesa, CA (Vocus) July 8, 2009 -- Often an overlooked feature, a properly designed concrete entryway can
transform a home or business to create a welcoming environment for guests. ConcreteNetwork.com has recently
published ten helpful tips for creating grand entryways by including walkways, steps and decorative concrete
By incorporating even one of these ten insightful tips, any concrete entryway will not only serve its intended
function, but will dramatically add curb appeal to any home. Outlined in more detail on the website, the tips
1. Adding a walkway.
2. Adding steps.
3. Choosing a complementary design.
4. Incorporating a decorative pattern.
5. Exposing the concrete’s aggregate.
6. Incorporating fancy edges.
7. Installing a seat wall.
8. Adding decorative concrete columns and arches.
9. Including built-in lighting.
10. And lastly, adding a concrete fountain or statuary.
There’s no doubt that a home or business’ entryway is the first thing visitors see when they arrive. The
entryway’s appearance and design can welcome visitors like open arms, or it can send them in the opposite
direction. For this reason concrete is the material of choice. Through the use of color, texture, shape and pattern,
concrete can be made warm and inviting.
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