Best Outdoors Kitchen Flooring Recommendations

A natural and practical choice for outdoor kitchens, concrete flooring provides balance, durability and cost effectiveness. You can choose from exposed aggregate finishes, concrete tiles, stamped concrete and even pre-cast pavers. Cement Saint Paul MN recommends the following when choosing the correct flooring material for your outdoor kitchen:

  • Materials you choose along with the finish should be slip-proof
  • Due their durability, versatility and cost effectiveness, stamped concrete, salt finished concrete and washed aggregate are top choice

Style Advice

When it comes to outdoor kitchen flooring, select accent materials that are already present on site or indoors. For example, using the same or similar flooring material that complements but different than everywhere else in your home can provide better definition and provide you with that outdoor room feel better.  The use of steps for instance in order to establish height variations also enriches the feel of a separate room.

Here are some flooring style options as recommended by ready mix concrete delivery Minneapolis MN

Old World

You can use real used brick along with exposed aggregate concrete, Windsor Cobblestone texture stamps and fleur-de-lis as well as grape vine borders.

Traditional/English

Use of brick or darker flagstones along with washed concrete and stamped cobblestone concrete

Tuscan

Get that Italian countryside feel using tumbled pavers, unhoned travertine, deep washed exposed aggregate or stone-texture stamped concrete to create a stunning outdoor kitchen look

Contemporary

Use of slate or cast-concrete tiles that are designed for outdoor use or clean, washed concrete that come in integral hues.

Stamped Concrete Patte

When choosing a stamped concrete pattern for your outdoor kitchen make sure to select a pattern that is not too deep to drain. It should also let you set outdoor furniture properly leveled on top of it as well. Use a high-quality penetrating sealer around any floor that is in the dining or cooking sections to prevent oil and wine spills from staining.