Three Ways to Style Terrazzo
Find your take on one of the most sought-after trends in recent years with the new Spacia Terrazzo collection. Interlaced with expressive patterns, Terrazzo compromises two variations, Terrazzo, that features six soft textural patterns, and Elemental Terrazzo, that features two highly dramatic, trend-led designs with larger pieces, delivering a beautifully complex yet playful aesthetic within the home.
Bolder and braver, Elemental Terrazzo is perfect for those who want to be more daring with their interiors and make the terrazzo design a focal point within a space.
Amalfi from the Elemental Terrazzo range is a flawless option to create the illusion of a bigger space thanks to the new larger format that this range includes. The earthy coloured chips scattered throughout in a mix of dense clusters and soft and sparse areas, create subtle movement against a light concrete base.
To add a touch of personality to the space, use pops of colour through linens, accessories and even finishes. Warm gold brassware lends itself perfectly to terrazzo’s warm undertones and industrial heritage. For a more modern take, introduce simple monochrome fittings and furniture to add depth - this is particularly useful in smaller spaces such as a bathroom.
Create a calming sanctuary with the cool undertones of the Gibson pattern. Its subtle pearlescent chips against a light and refreshing base provide the perfect juxtaposition of textures and hues within a room.
Mix terrazzo with natural materials for a more muted look. When styling, add wooden accents through shelving and wicker baskets to bring an element of warmth and texture into a space. Adding greenery is another easy and cost-effective means to introduce another dimension and pull through the natural pigmentations of the tile to create a decorative impact.
For those who want a darker colourway, the Mimosa pattern from the Spacia Terrazzo collection is a beautiful and practical option - particularly for high-trafficked areas such as the kitchen. The perfect addition to a neutral, contemporary interior, Mimosa’s subtle blush chip accents are bedded into an earthy stone-effect base to create a holistic scheme. Tie in elements of your space, from cabinets to wall colouring, by pulling out the colour of the flecks within the terrazzo design upwards – this can be as sedate or dramatic as you desire.
Terrazzo can also be incorporated into a space to create a rug-effect design. Perfectly paired with our new co-ordinating Spacia Tones design, such as Peak, pictured above, Mimosa can be used to create subtle zoning. Our blog, Creating feature areas with Amtico, demonstrates how you can seamlessly introduce a rug-effect into your home.
With a stylish collection of Terrazzo designs in an abundance of colourways and sizes, our LVT will add another dimension to your home for years to come. For more spaces styled with Amtico products visit our kitchen, bathroom or living room flooring page.
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Easy-to-maintain, incredibly durable, stain and slip-resistant, the Terrazzo collection is perfect for both minimalist and maximalist interior styles, all made possible with Amtico.