How to Use Terrazzo?

You either love them or hate them. Terrazzo, described as a composite material poured in place or prefabricated, has an interesting history. Its roots go back to 15th century Venice, where workers would use scrap marble fragments from upscale projects and use them in a clay mortar base for their own homes.

In today’s world, Terrazzo becomes an interesting alternative to granite and concrete, given its dazzling display of speckled color which makes the space visually appealing and versatile. It is widely used for flooring, base, walls, stair treads, countertops, and other custom products.


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Interiors of Tingai Teahouse in Shanghai, China, designed by Linehouse

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Palazzo Daniele hotel in Puglia, Italy by Palomba Serafini Associati

Retroscena apartment renovation by La Macchina Studio in Rome, Italy


Vibrant Countertops and Kitchen Backsplash

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Terrazzo Bathroom

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