Popular from the 1920s to the 1940s, terrazzo worked especially well with Art Deco interiors because its dividers enabled the flooring to be shaped into straight and curved lines.
The composite material is also cool to the touch, which made it a great option for hot climates. Born and raised in Miami, I enjoyed terrazzo as a child—because the material was everywhere. I loved the smooth feel of terrazzo beneath my feet.
I also enjoyed the colorful chips embedded in the material, and this is what the new wallcovering by Graham & Brown truly celebrates. With gray, white, and black tones coupled with an accent color—blue, green, or pink—the new Terrazzo Wallpaper offers a rebirth for the material.
Now the dots of irregular color can cover vertical surfaces, lending color and pattern to walls. Get daring by using Terrazzo Wallpaper on all walls. Alternatively, use it as an accent on one wall or on an architectural feature like stair risers.