A composite material, terrazzo consists of chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, and other materials. Terrazzo means terrace in Italian, a reference to the tiles’ original usage for terraces. Art historians believe that Venetian construction workers originally created terrazzo tiles by using the remains of marble for their own homes. Today, terrazzo remains a popular choice that has been updated with modern technological advancements. One of its most popular uses is the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Colored epoxy terrazzo tile is particularly sought after due to its traditional beauty, durability, and low cost. Unlike tile, it does not crack. Additionally, unlike linoleum, it does not lose its shine. It's resistant to most chemical stains. Terrazzo gives designers the freedom to create eye-catching colors and amazing patterns. With epoxy terrazzo, you have the freedom to customize your design to the exact color-aggregate combination you desire.

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Terrazzo Notiva Collection

Terrazzo Notiva

What’s black and white and cool all over? These large, precast terrazzo tiles, 15.75 inches square, form luxe expanse of a timeless material. For fans of the finer things, this collection offers a field of petite marble chips in generous, glittering pave across the smooth cementitious body. A floor in this tile can set the foundation for interiors from mid-century minimalist to modern industrial, from farmhouse fabulous to boho bold. Suitable for residential or commercial interiors, horizontal or vertical indoor applications including wet areas.
Venetian Style Terrazzo Tile Collection

Venetian Style Terrazzo Tile

Our Venetian-Style Terrazzo Tile Collection is an innovative product that combines traditional architecture with modern technology. These terrazzo tiles are incredibly long-lasting and durable, making them ideal for high-traffic areas in businesses or busy households.An Italian invention, terrazzo was first created by Venetian stoneworkers who used leftover marble chips to form their terraces. An aggregate material, terrazzo is composed of bits of marble, granite, quartz, glass, or other elements bound together. Historically, that binder would have been cementitious but may now be more chemical (epoxy) in nature.The Venetian-Style Terrazzo Tile Collection is suitable for vertical and horizontal application in residences and commercial properties. Typically, this material works well as flooring, but it is also viable as a wall covering.