Want Terrazzo Floors on a Vinyl Budget? This Company Has You Covered

published Mar 30, 2020
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Here’s a refreshing treat for anyone who loves terrazzo but doesn’t have the budget for a remodel. Custom flooring company Atrafloor recently introduced a charming terrazzo tile effect that injects a dose of whimsy into the popular design.

The company —which specializes in long-lasting printed vinyl flooring—says the style can be counted on to give a bland room “an instant style update.”

Described by designer Lauren Kavanagh as having a “soft and creamy” color palette, the fun terrazzo print Chip features black circles that offer a bit of contrast and edge, plus mellow yellow, teal and red clay fragments that offset the softer pastel backdrops.

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“The circle design gives a playful jawbreaker candy look to the terrazzo,” Kavanagh says of Chip. “There is a pink grid backing them that provides a simple tile effect without cold, stone tiles.”

As design enthusiasts already know, terrazzo isn’t the most cost-friendly option available. Fortunately, Atrafloor offers its customers the chance to purchase floors that look like a million bucks without the high price tag. The made-to-order vinyl flooring starts at $1.23 per square meter, the selection of tiles are just as attractive as the real thing, and the durability and various designs don’t make you feel like you’re settling.

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In addition to Chip, there’s also Wabi—an elegant Concrete Kintsugi tile effect flooring option inspired by an ancient Japanese art form which involves repairing broken items by filling in cracked spaces with gold. Then there’s Fame, for the would-be celebrity who likes the idea of strolling on a personalized Hollywood Walk of Fame. On the other hand, there’s Bermondsey, a print that mimics a worn brick path that’s decidedly less flashy, yet still super stylish.

Atrafloor has options in faux textures like wood, marble, paint, stone and more. They also offer various patterned designs, including geometric, striped and floral, along with photographic selections and flooring options for children. To check out all available flooring options, visit the website.