Are you ready to hop on the terrazzo trend?
Traditionally used as flooring material thanks to its long lasting quality, terrazzo has made its way back into our homes in the form of colorful furniture, soft cushion covers and even kitchenware. With a spur of designers, like Max Lamb, exploring creative ways to use marble, what is now known as the terrazzo finish is a fresh and vibrant take on the typical tiny-speckled terrazzo flooring of the past.
Many designers have followed suit since the terrazzo transformation of famous French clothing brand Maison Kitsune’s store in Paris. It’s safe to say that the trend isn’t going anywhere soon. With a playful mix of marble, granite and concrete, here’s a list of our favorite home decor sporting the trendy terrazzo.
Terra Table by Simon Legald
Designed by Simon Legald for Danish design company, Normann Copenhagen, the Terra table is a statement piece you’ll want to have in your living room. Dotted in terrazzo flakes, this steel table gives minimal living spaces the right amount of attitude. The twisted steel legs add a psychedelic touch to the entire piece, giving it the illusion of movement.
Terrazzo Pillows by Ferm Living
We’re all for eye-catching home accessories which is why Ferm Living’s terrazzo pillows get points for their charming look. With various patterns in deep blues and reds, we can imagine adding this to our collection of patterned pillows to sink into on a relaxing day indoors.
Props by Besler and Sons
Besler and Sons’ terrazzo bookends are just what you need to add a dash of fun to your mini library. We love the geometric shape of the bookends which complement minimal spaces and make them easy to place on tricky corners.
Anne by Atelier Dialect
While marble kitchen countertops may be a timeless classic, a dainty pink terrazzo finish brings an avant-garde look to the kitchen. There’s no question that pink is in this season of spring so this kitchen design by Atelier Dialect definitely hits the mark.
Unearthed Bowls and Serving Board by Sevak Zargarian
If you’re just aiming to grow your kitchenware collection, consider these colorful terrazzo bowls and serving boards by Sevak Zargarian. Bright hues will add extra flavor to your meals; totally Instagrammable.
New York Residence Bathrooms by Dzek
Originally developed by Venetian workers as a cost-effective alternative to marble, terrazzo has been given a stylish upgrade with even larger chips of quartz, granite and marble resulting to a mosaic-like pattern that injects plenty of personality when used in the bathroom. Dare to go all out with a terrazzo bathroom wall like this design by dzek.
Killian Terrazzo Shower Curtain by Urban Outfitters
Terrazo on textiles! Bring this fun design into the bathroom without a major overhaul with these terrazzo shower curtains by Urban Outfitters. With the speakers blasting your favorite hits, the pizzazz and power of the curtain design will make you feel like the star of your own singing show.
Terrazzo Wallpapers by Murals Wallpaper
For a low-cost alternative, terrazzo wallpapers are the way to go if you want a statement wall in your room. The blush blue and pale pink chips come in a small and large variety thanks to Murals Wallpaper.
Pendant Lamp by Bentu Design
If you’re into industrial chic, Bentu Designs jumped into the terrazzo bandwagon with these suave pendant lamps made for an audience. The concrete lamp hangs by a red or yellow cord that gives any room an edgy finish.
Faux Terrazzo DIY by Enthralling Gumption
Finally, we have to give this faux terrazzo DIY by Enthralling Gumption a shout out. Made with polymer clay, this clever DIY makes the perfect catchall for watches and sunglasses you’ll need on the go.
What do you think of the terrazzo trend? Tell us in the comments below. If you’re into more trends, check out these 5 ways to hygge your home.