Nougat inspired terrazzo kitchenContemporary Kitchen, London
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Try terrazzoMore and more kitchens (and bathrooms for that matter) on Houzz are employing a work surface or two made from terrazzo. This traditional and newly fashionable material, which the Italians began making five centuries ago, is often used as an alternative to marble or granite. Indeed, the composite contains marble chippings, set into cement or resin, which is then polished. It’s extremely hardwearing and can vary greatly in appearance, depending on the colour and size of the chippings used.
What Houzz users are commenting on:
terrazzo top instead of floors! interesting. I like this use of color. GW: don't like those particular colors but yes I was also thinking of terrazzo as counter top but fear it will be overwhelming? At least on floors terrazzo is more discreet, it's there you have it but it's not a statement. I think Sophie doesn't like the fragment/speckle desing on counters she says it never looks wiped clean :-) But this big one is fun I agree!