Terrazzo is back after many years and now it’s back again – this is a great alternative to stone and marble, cheaper, more stylish and eye-catching, with many looks and colors and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Indoors, terrazzo is more commonly used in bathrooms and kitchens, and today’s roundup will give you some ideas on the first ones.
Walls and floors
Terrazzo is widely used to cover walls and floors in bathrooms because it is durable and waterproof. You can rock different colors, prints – larger or smaller – and looks. Terrazzo can be used for many spaces, from minimalist to mid-century modern spaces. The main thing is to choose the right look and colors. Terrazzo floors go well with different types of tile. Just don’t use too many different prints together.
Wash basin and wash basin stand
Terrazzo can also be used to make sinks and sink stands. In such cases, it can cover the walls as well. To make your sink stand out, don’t rock too much terrazzo, hold the sink and sink stand. Add a colorful touch to your room with a colorful terrazzo that is bolder than the rest of the room.
Many girls celebrate Valentine's Day with their gals, organizing brunches and lunches for fun - despite the fact that they don't have a loved one. I've already shared some cute galentine party ideas, and today I want to continue with that - let's check out some chic table landscapes for your brunch!
Pastel colors are a great idea for Valentine's Day decor, and of course, it's mostly about shades of pink. Blush, light pink, dusty pink are exactly what you need for table decoration, and you can add elegance and glamor to the table landscape with gold-plated accents. Incorporate different shades of pink into the table decoration, try prints or create ombre looks. You can make some delicate pink flower centerpieces and add heart-folded pink napkins.
Have fun with bold colors! Pink, fuchsia, red and even purple are welcome to make the table landscape bold and inviting - ideal for brunch for girls. Add prints like stripes, polka dots, and chevrons to make the setting more noticeable. Go for bold, colorful flower centers in pink, red, fuchsia and other bold shades. Gold-plated accents and colorful plates are welcome!