Terrazzo is making a major comeback in 2019! Although this trend may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of a design trend, terrazzo these days is made with chips of marble, quartz, granite, or even glass set into a matrix of concrete or epoxy resin.
Originating in Italy over 500 years ago, the composite material of marble chippings set into cement was created as a way to reuse the scrapped rock. Once the fragments are set, the surface is then polished to create a super-smooth finish. Traditionally sold as flooring, the material was popular in the 1970s and is back for 2019, replacing the marble trend of the last couple of years.
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Terrazzo is a lot more than just a flooring material. It’s a design aesthetic that goes back thousands of years, while still retaining its unique influence today in the 21st century. This material commonly seen on tiles is now making its way into furniture, like side tables, and providing inspiration for accessories such as planters and rugs.
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With a bold graphic design and a creation without limits, Rug’Society, for example, has developed a very coherent collection where we can show through noble materials, graphics and patterns different and unusual. This unique rug above, for example, will add an amazing and stylish touch to your home decor with the Terrazzo trend.
Starting with rugs, and now entering the world of homeware Rug’Society is an amazing Portuguese luxury brand that aims to give their clients the ability to relate to their house on a more personal and deep level. Their aim is creating a line of design that’s tasteful, coherent and a clear expression of who they are as a brand and organization. An example of a true oasis of comfort and design, that materializes their feelings and their personalities.