What are terrazzo tiles?
Terrazzo stone is traditionally made from a random mix of marble and or glass and granite, mixed through a concrete base. The size and colour of the chips, give each terrazzo tile a unique look and blend. Terrazzo is a popular choice when a timeless or contemporary look is required, and it will last a lifetime as it is extremely durable.
Extensive design possibilities
Terrazzo tiles make a bold impression and elevate any space. They are available in a variety colours and sizes too, so there will be a design to suit your unique decor and style.
Terrazzo is a great choice for a bathroom floor or wall. Other materials such as ceramic or porcelain also work well with terrazzo. So, we encourage you to use terrazzo in combination with other tiles. Neutral terrazzo colours, such as grey or beige can be paired with a classic white subway tile to create an elegant, modern look. If you opt for a bold black or dark terrazzo, this too can be paired with classic monochromatic porcelain tiles.
Terrazzo tiles are the perfect option for any room in your home. However, some customers shy away from real terrazzo, as it is a porous material, and it does require sealing in order for it to remain clean and free from stains. An alternative option is to use a terrazzo inspired porcelain tile. Porcelain tiles are not porous, and therefore you don’t need to seal them – they are very easy to keep clean. There are many porcelain options available too!
Terrazzo tiles are known for their durability and longevity. With proper care and maintenance, terrazzo can retain their beauty and functionality for many years, making them a worthwhile investment.
Terrazzo is a material that has been used for centuries and has stood the test of time in terms of design and aesthetics. Opting for a modern interpretation of terrazzo in your bathroom can create a timeless and enduring look that will not quickly go out of style.
When considering modern terrazzo bathroom tiles, take into account factors such as colour selection, tile size and pattern options to ensure they align with your overall bathroom design vision. It is also a good idea to consult with a professional tiler to ensure proper installation