Everything Old is New Again: Terrazzo Flooring is Making a Comeback
Nest Architects One of the more surprising trends I’ve noticed in the past year is the frequent use of terrazzo in residential interiors. This ubiquitous composite material is more commonly associated with schools, metro stations, and 1970s office buildings than with our homes. But everything old is new again, or so they say.
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The sunroom is off the master bath. "The homeowner asked for a stand-alone tub," Simon says. "We've done them in the past, but never had a homeowner lead us to install one." Tagged: Bath Room, Ceiling Lighting, and Freestanding Tub.