18 Terrazzo-Inspired Things That Are Making Us Very, Very Happy

poketo notebook
credit: Poketo

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:

slash objects coasters
credit: Spartan Shop

We are fully supportive of coasters in non-traditional shapes, like these oval lovelies by Slash Objects.

lamp
credit: Etsy

Handmade in Barcelona, this terrazzo-inspired lamp would be a cool, industrial touch on a bookshelf.

bar cabinet
credit: Anthropologie

Go contemporary by storing your booze in this cool cabinet, complete with semi-circle terrazzo handles.

cups
credit: Smalltable

Dang, this cup is for kids? If that's the case, please put us at the kids' table for life.

notebooks
credit: Poketo

Poketo's new terrazzo print notebooks come in a variety of fun colors. Collect them all!

platter
credit: Target

Looking for something a bit more neutral? Try this platter from Target's Project 62.

ashtray
credit: Etsy

Smoking bad. But terrazzo good. So use this ashtray responsibly.

throw blanket
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Bring in a bit of brightness by draping this classy terrazzo-inspired throw over a couch.

knobs
credit: Anthropologie

Loving the two-tone dynamic on these modern handles.

necklace
credit: Etsy

Here's the type of necklace that looks so freakin' awesome, you'd want it on display 24/7.

side table
credit: Deny Designs

This midcentury-ish side table packs a little punch of pink.

boxes
credit: Amara

Organizing is a seriously un-fun task. But these cool tin boxes by Ferm actually make us want to get started.

mirror
credit: Slash Objects

This mega-inventive mirror by Slash Objects features a terrazzo-printed rubber pad.

This UO rug is super subtle, and we definitely love the idea of pairing it with something velvet.

bathroom tumbler
credit: Hudson & Vine

For the person who likes everything to be placed just so, there's this pristine bathroom glass holder.

terrazzo lamp
credit: Amara

Taking a mental note for our next room makeover: This beautiful concrete pendant light is actually decently priced.

iphone case
credit: Society6

Get a bit artsy with your tech by working this muted terrazzo-inspired phone case.

project 62 wood sculpture
credit: Target

Okay, we're not completely sure what you're supposed to do with this, but we're strangely drawn to the satisfying combo of terrazzo and wood.


Leonora Epstein

Leonora Epstein

Leonora Epstein is Hunker's Senior Director of Content. She has previously served as Executive Editor at HelloGiggles and as BuzzFeed's Deputy Editori... more