Concrete Finish & Concrete Stamping

Concrete Stamps

Cross Industry Construction uses Brickform textured patterns which has the highest degree of quality and precision. We have a large selection of unique patterns and designes to give you the Homeowner the options needed to create something truly special. Our concrete specialist will turns those visions into realities.


Flagstones with hand chiseled edges grouped in a random formation.

London Cobble

A staggered pattern of cobblestone with smooth joints and rounded edges.

Herringbone New Brick

A wire-cut common brick texture with sharp corners and few indentations or irregularities over the surface.

European Fan

An elegant European fan pattern, consisting of slightly curved rectangular slate stones.

New England Basket Weave

Hand-tooled slate in a basket weave pattern.

Running Bond Used Brick

Used bricks laid end-to-end, with sandy joints.

Running Bond New Brick

A running bond pattern with smooth joints.

Basket Weave New Brick

New bricks in a basket weave pattern with sandy joints.

Ashlar Cut Slate

A naturally laminated stone texture split along parallel planes, hand-tooled to create a more pronounced chipped fragmented texture with small deep joints.

Random Stone

Heavily textured random fieldstones.

Large Ashlar Cut Slate

Similar to Ashlar Cut Slate but the overall size is larger, with a softer texture.

Sanded Slate Texture

Similar to our slate texture with the addition of a lightly sanded appearance across the entire texture field.

Smooth Slate Texture

A naturally laminated stone texture, split along parallel planes, creating an uneven surface that incorporates various veins and ridges.

Broom Finish

A basic finish that allows for a durable, high traction surface.


Recent Concrete Projects

View our Recent Concrete Projects to get a idea for which type of Stamp, and Color would work for you.

Concrete Base Color Cards

Disclaimer: This digital color card should be used as a general guide, not a definitive indicator of final color. Shades and hues can vary depending on screen settings. When planning a project, consult a physical color card for a better indication of potential color. Create a representative mockup before any project to better account for the effects of conditions, material, and techniques that may alter the final appearance or color.

645 Adobe

615 Baja Red

647 Bayou

604 Brick Red

604 Canyon

649 Cobblestone

648 Cocoa

611 Dark Gray

632 Dune

640 Flagstone Brown

650 Graphite

646 Kahlua

606 Light Gray

638 Mesa Bluff

643 Mesquite

612 Mocha

641 Omaha Tan

633 Outback

639 Palmino

631 Pebble

605 Pewter

613 Rustic Brown

637 Salmon

614 San Diego Bluff

661 Sandstone

618 Sangria

603 Santa Fe

634 Sequoia Sand

644 Sierra

607 Silversmoke

636 Southern Blush

617 Spanish Gold

609 Sunset Rose

608 Taupe

616 Terra Cotta

619 Tile Red

635 Yosemite Brown

610 Jet Black