I wrote about the origins of terrazzo and shared some cool (as well as extreme) examples of using it in bathrooms, so today's post is all about terrazzo in living and commercial spaces.
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Small bathroom remodel with black elements
Below: Kitchen and dining room for a Brussels townhouse, 2017 Residential, Brussels
Victoria-Maria Interior Design
Product used: Marmoreal White tiles, 60 x 60 x 2 cm, honed finish.
Photo: Tim Van de Velde, dzekdzekdzek.com
Below: render of a boutique by Jerzy Galus on Behance, showing how large sized terrazzo slabs can be used in commercial spaces.
Kitchen for a Madrid creative space, 2017, a commercial workspace, designed by Cordero Atelier. Product used: Marmoreal White tiles, 60 x 60 x 2 cm, honed finish.
Photo, Antártica Estudio
How can you use terrazzo at home
If you like the effect of terrazzo for your floor, there are two ways to incorporate it: it can either be poured in situ or you can use terrazzo effect tiles. There are so many colour ways to choose from or you can specify a colour of choice for your project.
You can also have furniture like tables and table tops made of terrazzo and then of course you have the accessories: plant pots, mugs.
Below: Concept by Zephyr, Andrew Chiniakov and Maria Chiniakova, Ukraine
Below: renders of a flat with terrazzo kitchen island: Aleksandra Czajka
Not sure if this one is a render or not, but it looks like a Parisian apartment and it is utterly beautiful. Via BEHANCE.