Terrazzo is a trend we last saw in the 1970s. Building on the popularity of marble over the last few years, terrazzo offers a more colourful, more playful alternative.
This speckled mosaic of marble scraps originated with Venetian craftsmen over 1,000 years ago but it couldn’t look more cutting edge. When created with contemporary colours and placed within a modern scheme, terrazzo brings interest and texture to countertops, floors and staircases. It also works incredibly well as a graphic design for fabrics and wallpapers.
Wth the rise of abstract and colorful prints on sun dresses and even shift dresses for work, you can also add playful touches of these prints by using terrazo decor items around the house!
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