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10 Ways to Highlight the Terrazzo Trend in Your Home

Traditionally used in flooring, terrazzo consists of marble or granite chips set in concrete and polished smooth. Now the speckled technique is popping up in furniture and accessories

Alejandra Bennett
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Set the Bar High

We love the subtle way that terrazzo is incorporated in this chic cabinet. A lovely contrast to the cabinet’s bleached ash finish, the blues of the terrazzo pop. The cabinet is complete with cubbies for wine, hanging rails for glasses, and organizational drawers.

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Pull It Up

Make any old cabinet or drawer 100 times more appealing with this terrazzo and brass handle. No additional hardware is required.

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Table It

This très chic terrazzo-patterned side table speaks for itself. Made of Baltic birch and printed with a design by artist Emanuela Carratoni, the table sits on removable metal legs that have a lacquered gold finish.

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Put It on the Terrazza

These funky terrazzo-inspired paper plates will add an extra amount of hip to your next backyard or terrazza (that’s terrace in Italian) get-together.

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Dream Piece-fully

Sweet dreams will be had when sleeping under this terrazzo-print duvet cover, designed by Emanuela Carratoni. Made of exceptionally soft, lightweight woven polyester fabric, it also comes with matching pillowcases. Night, night!

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Lay It Out

Simple, sophisticated, and elegant, this serving board is the perfect platter for serving cheese, olives, and meats. Made of terrazzo, the board is accented with a knotted jute tie.

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Put a Plant in It

Just because these planters are faux terrazzo doesn’t make them any less appealing. Made from plaster embedded with shimmering stone chips, these dramatic black planters will be the perfect home for your tiny succulents and other green treasures. Available in small and medium.

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Drive It up the Wall

Available on Etsy, this incredibly cool (and unique!) terrazzo-patterned wallpaper makes a statement. You can choose from either adhesive or traditional wallpaper, but whatever route you take you’ll be adding a modern look to your space. We suggest trying this out in a powder room or on an accent wall.

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Curate It

A great addition to your gallery wall, this pink, blue, and black terrazzo Giclee print will liven up any space in your home. Available in five sizes, you can also find this pattern as a canvas print or wall mural.

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Get Blooming

Handcrafted in Vietnam by the Artisans of Mekong and available on the Citizenry, this mid-century mod-inspired vase is crafted from a medley of granite, marble, and quartz. Just as suited to a minimal arrangement of eucalyptus as it is to a robust bouquet of peonies, this vase will be a welcome addition to any space.

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