How to Add Acid Stain to a Concrete Floor - Applying acid stain to a concrete floor can add dramatic marbling and give a depth of color not available in any other type of floor. These step-by-step instructions show DIYers how to obtain great results.
If you're looking for a durable, high impact flooring option that won't totally break the bank, consider a diy acid staining project. Muriatic acid, available in a variety of colors, penetrates concrete and reacts to the lime deposits, coloring the surface and giving a unique finish. No two acid-stained floors will be the same! http://www.ehow.com/how_6502313_acid-stain-concrete-patio.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
Blenheim Grey Brushed Limestone. An extremely hard European Limestone that combines slight surface texture with a blend of light-mid grey tones. Surface mottling, small shells and veining make for a forgiving floor that is equally at home in modern or traditional interiors.
butcher block countertops and farm sink Instead of green and country style cabinets, I'd do the Ibiza style ray wood planks with heavy black fixtures on the bottom and then built in exposed adobe/concrete shelving up top