Terrazzo Trend June 03 2019, 0 Comments

(Credit to: Studio David Thulstrup)
 Terrazzo (Italian for “terrace”) dates back 8,000 years, to the Venetians. As a cost-cutting measure, construction workers would take smashed marble chips and set them in clay. These days terrazzo is made with chips of marble, quartz, granite, or even glass set into a matrix of concrete or epoxy resin. The chips can actually be quite large, and the matrix and the aggregate can be almost any color you can imagine, which makes for a myriad of design possibilities.
Terrazzo creates a lot more interest than using plain grey concrete.  A soft green tone for the wall or a subtle colour tone acts as neutral for the walls.  Add minimal matte black finishings for a raw look.


You can always add wood to warm up the space and balances the look.

The colours in the terrazzo on the back wall give a playful contrast to the neutral and raw surroundings.


Source: Decorplans

Terrazzo tiles bring an artistic retro statement in your home.


 Another reason for considering the terrazzo tiles for the bathroom is its durability and strength.