Terrazzo is a material that consists of chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, or other suitable material, poured with a cementitious binder, polymeric, or a combination of both. We used to see it mostly on walls and floors and sometimes outdoors but currently it’s popular for bathroom and kitchen decor, for creating accessories and much more. Let’s take a look at some ideas to spruce up your kitchen and make it cooler with terrazzo.
A terrazzo backsplash is sure to make your kitchen look bolder and cooler, not only if you choose bright terrazzo but also if you choose neutrals, it anyway has a pattern and will look great. A terrazzo backsplash is a very trendy idea, it doesn’t look timeless but it’s totally not boring and usual, so it will give your kitchen a new feel. For a more impressive look, you may go for a terrazzo floor and a backsplash at the same time.
A terrazzo countertop, whether it’s paired with a matching backsplash or not, is a good idea for many kitchens. The material is highly heat resistant and it cools down very fast, which makes it great for spaces near stoves and ovens. Modern terrazzo is very durable, it resists UV rays and natural elements, so you may use it outdoors, too; the material features absolutely low maintenance. Terrazzo should be properly installed, and repairing it will be difficult and costly. So, more advantages than disadvantages, why nor rock it in your kitchen and refresh its look at once?