We usually have seen these terrazzo flooring in commercial interiors, from hotel lobbies to corporate offices. But did you know that modern terrazzo floors are becoming increasingly popular at home?
Traditionally this solid flooring consists of marble chips suspended in cement, then ground and sealed. However, today’s terrazzo flooring includes a range of other materials, including epoxy bases and recycled glass flecks. Thus today we will be sharing how this solid flooring option can be shared in other places other than the floor.
This modern terrazzo is back and these this you can use them on your walls instead, especially in the bathroom. For those who are not a fan of big changes you at use this pattern on the shower curtain instead. They are best when come to matching with white and wood.
Terrazzo floors are durable, long-lasting and low-maintenance. It can provide a green option for eco-conscious design enthusiasts, especially when created from recycled content. Here are some modern interiors featuring terrazzo!
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