Ever wondered about alternative flooring options? Tired of feeling like terrazzo is the only way? You are not alone! Many designers and project managers run into the “terrazzo alternatives” problem everyday.
There are some facts to keep in mind when you’re weighing different options.
First of all, terrazzo alternatives are typically going to cost you less than terrazzo floors.
Second, and to piggyback on its cost-effectiveness, ceramic options typically come in tile form; which means it can be installed pretty much anywhere and can be customized to fit most any space. Alternatively, terrazzo is created on-site (more or less) and takes a team of skilled workers to install it properly.
Lastly, one thing terrazzo and terrazzo alternatives do have in common is their durability standards. A lot of ceramic tile options are being offered with double-decade (or more) warranties. With this kind of sustainability, it is simple to understand why the most economical decision is to side with terrazzo alternatives.
The good news is that there are plenty of terrazzo alternatives. That’s where we, here at Trinity Surfaces, come in!
With thorough research combined with our decades of experience, we found a few replacements that every designer should be knowledgeable about. Let’s explore these three to-die-for alternative flooring options that could be the right fit for your next project.
“Drops” by Wow
This collection was inspired by original terrazzo works from Wow. Glass-like fragments combined with durable porcelain make for a dynamic duo. There are two “drops” in the collection, including color and natural. Color drops are a bit more lively, while natural drops are the choice for elegance.
Trinity Tile Venetian
Made for both walls and floors, this collection is as versatile as it is beautiful. It is a modern play on a noble foundation of sophistication, luxury, and beauty. The technique used to create the material is ahead of its time, truly showcasing a collection that used the best of the past to mold the best of the future.
This collection oozes luxury with its pure, Italian craftsmanship. The collection has a variety of pickings, including matt and lucidato finishes. Like the name suggests, lucidato is the more reflective/shiny of the two finishes.
This post was written by Jason Beamer