Concrete imprint, also known as stamped concrete or decorative concrete, is a finishing technique used to create a surface that mimics the appearance of other materials, such as stone, brick, tile, or wood. The process involves pressing a pattern into wet concrete using stamps or moulds to create an imprint on the surface.

To enhance the look of the imprinted pattern, the concrete is typically coloured with TCpave colour hardener which comes in various colours. The result is a surface that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also durable and requires low maintenance.

People often choose concrete imprinting for outdoor surfaces such as driveways, patios, and walkways, but it can also be used indoors for flooring and other decorative purposes. The appeal of concrete imprinting is its cost-effectiveness compared to natural materials while still providing durability and versatility.