When plumbing needs to go somewhere new in a remodeling project, a trench is made by cutting the floor and hammering out the concrete. The new concrete poured back never matches. So instead of painting it to match with something that will wear off, we embrace the difference and make a feature out of it.

We encountered this issue at this showroom at the Domain in Austin. First we saw-cut around the trenches, then we cut some V’s and filled in the saw-cuts with copper metallic epoxy. That metallic epoxy gives it the “pop” needed to look truly cool and intentional.