From its Venetian origins in the 15th century to the present day, terrazzo remains one of the most widely used materials.
Terrazzo is back and we gladly accept it. It is a resistant, inexpensive material, and it looks great on walls and floors! You just have to choose the combination of tones that best fits in your kitchen, and decorate!
Kitchens in pastel colors are a trend, but … what if you combine it with a terrazzo wall?
ALL OR NOTHING
Ceiling and floor, all with terrazzo in warm tones. Hit or miss?
What do you think of the mix of dusty pink with terrazzo?
Greens, oranges, mustard … An impressive terrazzo countertop that stands out even more thanks to the turquoise green lacquered doors.
ON THE ISLAND
The ideal way to give prominence to the island is … with terrazzo! Especially if the rest of the kitchen is decorated in neutral tones.
TO THE LAST
The terrazzo floor in this kitchen is undoubtedly the star piece.
With nude tones and gold appliqués for a very feminine kitchen.
If you want to give a rustic and chic touch to your country house kitchen, a terrazzo floor will be great.
A kitchen where geometry, colors and terrazzo complement each other very, very well.
The naturalness of the white and the light that comes in from the outside looks great with the terrazzo floor, don’t you think?