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Terrazzo! It's just so much fun to say. Terrazzo, terrazzo! But okay, it's even more fun to look at. Traditionally speaking, terrazzo is a mix of marble or granite chips set in concrete, and is usually seen on floors or countertops. But these days it's more terrazzo-inspired prints that are showing up in so many cool ways. Check out these fun items to add a touch of terrazzo to your home:
We are fully supportive of coasters in non-traditional shapes, but sometimes classic is best.
This handmade terrazzo-inspired lamp would be a cool, industrial touch on a bookshelf.
Go contemporary by storing your booze in this cool cabinet, complete with decorative terrazzo doors.
Dang, this cup is for kids? If that's the case, please put us at the kids' table for life.
Your succulents have never looked better — show them off.
Looking for something a little more temporary? Try this removable wallpaper.
Smoking bad. But terrazzo good. So use this ashtray responsibly.
Bring in a bit of brightness by draping this classy terrazzo-inspired throw over a couch.
Bring the outdoors in with this fun Miami Beach-inspired side table.
Here's the type of dinner plate that will actually inspire you to set the table.
This midcentury-ish side table packs a little punch of pink.
Organizing is a seriously un-fun task. But these cool tin boxes by Ferm actually make us want to get started.
This mega-inventive mirror by Slash Objects features a terrazzo-printed rubber pad.
Terrazzo, making bathtime more fun since 2019.
For the person who likes everything to be placed just so, there's this pristine bathroom glass holder.
Taking a mental note for our next room makeover: This beautiful concrete pendant light is actually decently priced.
Add a little bit of trend to your living room or bed without committing too much.
A terrazzo candle? Sure, why not — it's on sale.
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