Terrazzo and how to integrate it into your decor
Once used primarily in government buildings and hospitals, over the last few years terrazzo has become increasingly popular in both residential and commercial designs..
Terrazzo was initially composed of fragments of marble as a flooring option but can now be found on walls, countertops, accessories and even furniture.
Curious ? This article offers you 3 easy ways to integrate terrazzo into your decor.
A terrazzo countertop is a classic choice that will never go out of style. Whether it be in the kitchen or the bathroom, in neutral tones or in colour, be it big or small, it will always be an elegant option.
We found this fantastic tutorial on the blog A Beautiful Mess that explains each step to creating your own beautiful terrazzo countertop for a fraction of the price !
2 - Accessories
Terrazzo can be expensive so integrating it into small pieces can save a bundle !
Here are some ideas for furniture and decor.
The side table Enviro from Must
Bathroom accessories with a printed terrazzo design from Simons
A pink terrazzo lamp from Crate & Barrel
A terrazzo clock available at Anthropologie
3 - Walls
Our catalogue includes a collection of terrazzo decals that are available in 4 different colours. You will surely find what you are looking for.
We also have a nice set of wall stickers in our catalogue with a terrazzo pattern. Available in 4 colours, you will certainly find the one that best suits your decor.
The Téréza collection contains 800 pieces; plenty to cover a standard sized wall. How to successfully install your pieces ? Alternate between small, medium and large sizes and apply them at an angle.
Our terrazzo motifs: