How The Terrazzo Trend Will Transform Your Bathroom
Posted by: Anna in ModeDecember 18, 202301,743 Views
Marble and other types of stone are absolute classics for bathroom decoration, but they are a bit tacky since you see them everywhere, and it can be very expensive to cover the entire room. One of the most popular and fresh alternatives to stone in bathrooms is terrazzo, which gives the space a bold and edgy feel. We’ve put together some ideas to inspire you.
What is Terrazzo?
This is a vintage material generally made of marble chips, glass, cement and resin. Terrazzo has come a long way since the 15th century. It was first invented in Italy 500 years ago. What was once considered an economical alternative to marble, terrazzo has become a very versatile material in demand by consumers following the trend.
a bold contemporary bathroom in black and white, with a catchy terrazzo floor, black fixtures and framing is wow
a bold rust-colored bathroom with a shower with a bench, a rust vanity and rust-colored terrazzo on the floor and vanity
a bright bathroom with mint tiles, white terrazzo, a mint-colored vanity, a pink sink and a mirror cabinet
a bright bathroom with rust walls, bold terrazzo, a bathtub with a screen, a vanity, a sink, a round mirror and black fixtures
a catchy modern bathroom with a shower and a skylight, a stained vanity, pink terrazzo, a pink sink and a mirror cabinet
a catchy rose bathroom with pink walls, a colroful terrazzo floor, a roudn vanity and a round sink and a ladder
a chic and simple bathroom with white tiles, a grey terrazzo floor, mustard textiles and potted plants plus black fixtures
a chic contemporary bathroom with a pink terrazzo wall in the shower, a floating vanity with a pink terrazzo countertop plus a pink sink
a colorful bathroom with blue and orange touches, terrazzo and white appliances and built-in lights
a contemporary bathroom clad with grey terrazzo tiles, a skylight over the tub, a black vanity and black framing, black fixtures
What Terrazzo To Choose For Bathrooms?
Any terrazzo would do! If you want a super bold touch to the space, a unique pattern and much color, you may go for bright terrazzo types and shades. If you feel like neutrals, there are options for you, too, as terrazzo comes in all kinds of colors and patterns. Because it comprises of natural materials, there will be a slight difference in veining, color and tone. Terrazzo looks nice with most of tiles, wood and MDF, stone, just choose matching colors and voila.
a contemporary bathroom clad with grey terrazzo tiles, with a white vanity, a marble countertop, a round sink, a cool vase and orchids
a contemporary bathroom done with grey terrazzo, a window, a floating timber vanity, a dark green sink and a matching door frame
a contemporary bathroom with blush walls and a ceiling, white tiles and appliances and black fixtures
a contemporary bathroom with bright terrazzo walls and a floor, grey tiles, a mauve vanity and white appliances
a contemporary bathroom with white tiles, a terrazzo floor, pink tiles, black fixtures and a skylight
a contemporary tropical bathroom with grey marble tiles and terrazzo ones, a white sculptural bathtub, black fixtures and a glazed wall
a cool minimalist grey bathroom with grey terrazzo in the shower, a white vanity and windows for natural light
a cool modern bathroom clad with grey terrazzo, with a shower space, an oval tub, a wooden stool and some gold and brass fixtures
a cool modern bathroom with white terrazzo, a bold blue skinny tile wall, a tub with a window over it, a stool and some greenery
How To Use Terrazzo On The Floor?
Terrazzo can be used to clad the floor, it’s a great material for the floor, very durable and you may extend it to the wall for a bolder look. Terrazzo resistance towards high heat, UV rays, water and natural elements makes it perfect for wet places like bathrooms. The vacuum-and-vibration process produces a very compact and durable material that can withstand heavy foot traffic.
a cozy pastel bathroom with pink walls and a ceiling, with white skinny tils and a grey terrazzo floor plus a white wall-mounted sink
a creative bathroom with white walls and a bright terrazzo floor, white appliances and a plywood storage unit plus pendant lamps
a cute blush bathroom with painted and terrazzo tile walls, white appliances and gold fixtures looks pretty, cute and very chic
a grey and white terrazzo sink and sink stand for a minimalist bathroom with an eye-catchy look
a grey bathroom completely done with terrazzo, with a white vanity and a basket and greenery to soften the look
a minimalist bathroom in neutrals is made eye-catchy with grey terrazzo on the floor and countertops and black fixtures
a minimalist bathroom with a glass wall, a bathtub on a stone platform, a stone wall and cool towel hangers
a minimalist neutral bathroom with skinny tiles, grey terrazzo, a tub, a stained vanity is a lovely and eye-catching space
a modern bathroom clad with neutral terrazzo, with a shower space, a stained vanity, a window in the shower for a fresher feel
a modern bathroom clad with white tiles and grey terrazzo, a rattan vanity and a potted plant
a modern bathroom done with grey terrazzo and grey skinny tile, black fixtures, a colorful rug and towel
a modern bathroom in white, with a terrazzo floor, a wooden floating vanity and touches of gold
How To Use Terrazzo On The Walls?
Accent your bathtub or shower space with terrazzo: it will look super eye-catching, and you may pair it with neutral tiles around to make it stand out. You may also accent the wall behind the sinks to highlight this space. Your floor can be also done with terrazzo to continue the look of the walls.
a neutral bathroom with neutral terrazzo walls and a floor, built-in lights and pink and blush touches
a neutral bathroom with skinny tiles and a bright terrazzo floor, a shower space, a toilet and some gold fixtures
a pretty bright bathroom with turquoise skinny tiles and grey and white terrazzo flooring, white appliances and a large mirror
a pretty modern bathroom clad with white tiles and green terrazzo, a stained vanity, a mirror cabinet, gold fixtures is amazing
a refined light-filled bathroom with white walls and a white and blue terrazzo floor that covers one wall and the tub, too
a serene bathroom clad with skinny white tiles, grey terrazzo ones on the floor and a floating vanity and a round mirror
a serene bathroom with white square tiles, a white terrazzo floor for more interest and a white oval bathtub
a stylish neutral bathroom with white skinny tiles, a white terrazzo floor, a vintage tub and a white wall-mounted sink
a white airy bathroom is accented with a terrazzo floor of grey, white and black and clad with white square tiles
a white and grey terrazzo sink and a highlight along the wall brings interest and texture to the space
How To Use Terrazzo In Bathrooms?
Vanities, sinks and planters can be also made of terrazzo, and they are perfect to accent the space. You may support your terrazzo floor design or an accent wall clad with terrazzo with some terrazzo planters, sinks or countertops. Get inspired!
an all-neutral bathroom clad with white square tiles, and done with white terrazzo flooring and appliances is amazing
an eye-catchy bathroom with a dark green accent wall, catchy terrazzo tiles on the floor and wall and a cool free-standing sink
black and white dotted terrazzo and retro lamps and fixtures look unusual together
blue terrazzo with navy and white spots covers the walls, floor and the sink stand for texture and color in the space
colorful spotted terrazzo that covers the walls, the floor and even shelves will make your bathroom very bright
colorful terrazzo with large spots on the walls and floor and a wood clad bathtub
green tiles and a terrazzo sink stand in grey, black and white for an eye-catchy touch
grey and white terrazzo tiles on the floor with small spots for a stylish minimalist space
grey terrazzo floors and white walls for a peaceful yet modern to minimalist bathroom look
grey, black and white terrazzo on the floor and partly on the wall plus an ultra-violet vanity
neutral terrazzo with grey spots looks very airy and modern interesting than just white surfaces
stylish terrazzo in the shades of green and grey looks edgy and calming at the same time
white and black terrazzo with little spots looks very contemporary and clean
white concrete walls and light-colored terrazzo floors for a calming bathroom look
white, blue and purple terrazzo plus a free-standing bathtub and some clean lines for an ultra-modern look in the bathroom