PRLog - Dec. 18, 2012 - VERO BEACH, Fla. -- VERO BEACH — Sleek, polished, durable…these are the words that personify concrete and its use in today’s interior design. Leading the way in all things concrete, Richard Coulter an established Vero Beach concrete and plaster artisan, is proud to make public his latest creation of “floating furniture.”
Organic shaped indoor/outdoor furniture with a custom petina copper finish.
The exclusive concrete furniture line includes organic shaped benches, tables big and small, portable fire pits, and stools. Adding additional interest and appeal to these pieces, is the light-up feature that is operated by fiber optics and the use of colored glass.
“Giving customers exactly what they want is what I strive for,” said Coulter. “The pieces that will be showed during the Gallery Stroll are colors and concepts I envisioned and gives clients a good idea of what is possible with my concrete, in the event they don’t see the precise design they need for their space; it can be made.”
The official unveiling will take place at the Eco-Colour Designs studio on Friday September 7th, 2012 beginning at 5pm during the Downtown Dine and Design Gallery Stroll.
Eco-Colour Designs, a Vero Beach staple since 2005, has been creating custom looks around Indian River County with projects as prominent as the Riverside Theatre and Costa d’Este as well as residential undertakings that vary from countertops to flooring and everything in between both inside and out.
Visit www.ecocolourdesigns.com for project ideas or come into the studio located at 1865 14th Ave. Vero Beach, FL 32960.