You don’t have to call a contractor to get the look of terrazzo in your home! There’s an easier way. The terrazzo trend is strong in jewelry, clothing, accessories, and now furniture and decor. Terrazzo is a composite material made up of marble chips in concrete. In the ’70s, terrazzo tile was prevalent in homes. Now, this confetti-like design is back and can be seen almost everywhere. See some of our favorite ways to incorporate the must-have terrazzo print at home.
Terrazzo was originally used as a way for workers to get rid of extra marble. The remnants were embedded in layers of clay, creating the beautiful “speckled” effect we all love and recognize. Today, however, it’s used in so much more than just concrete. If you want something non-committal instead of redoing your tile, flooring, or counter tops, the print can be seen on wood as well, like this modern credenza. The neutral color scheme will go with just about anything.
Bring the terrazzo design home with a credenza that can be used in the dining room, living room, bedroom, or entryway. We also love the idea of a terrazzo printed counter stool like this piece below.
Why redo your floors with terrazzo tile when you can have it on your walls? Terrazzo uses chips of marble, quartz, or granite in concrete or resin, but it can also be brought to life in prints. Try a wall hanging or wall art with eye-catching terrazzo print to bring the trend to life in your space. If you really want to make a statement, you can try wallpaper too.
Rugs & Bedding
Try the playful pattern in your bedroom too! Especially in this earthy modern bedroom, it looks super of-the-moment. An area rug with a terrazzo design will make up for not having a terrazzo floor. We love this quick and easy solution to achieve the terrazzo interior design look.
Vases, Trays & Planters
For a contemporary way to grow your plants, try ceramic terrazzo planters — you can find these in neutral or vibrant color schemes. Another easy and stylish way to add this design to your home is with vases, trays, and bowls in terrazzo.
Let there be (terrazzo) lighting! Add some intrigue to a table lamp with stunning terrazzo that plays well with any other decor and pieces in your living room, bedroom, office, entryway, and more.