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No longer reserved for floors, the latest terrazzo trends find a home on walls and in bathrooms.

The traditional look of terrazzo has claimed its place as a global trend. The distinctive pattern is no longer limited to floors, with exciting new shapes and formats on walls, furniture and bathroomware seen at Cevisama 2023.

Shape and format

The terrazzo design is seen in strong geometric patterns, which are installed in regular or random patterns for effect. Tile formats range from large rectangles to subway-style tiles, and in hexagons which continue to trend.

Photo: Codicer 95

Design

The traditional chips of stone or marble that define terrazzo is explored in new designs. Patterns range from classic small stones in subtle colours to large bold aggregates and even exposed agate within the latest terrazzo designs.

Photo: Apavisa

New age

New interpretations of terrazzo include paint-spattered motifs, and terrazzo is seen in furniture, countertops and bathroomware. The traditional grey concrete field of terrazzo branches out into nude tones and the natural shades of blue and green.

Photo: Apavisa

Full acknowledgement and thanks go to https://cevisamadossier.tileofspain.com/en/ for the information in this editorial.

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