This mosaic-like flooring is still highly prized for its timeless beauty. It is traditionally made by embedding small pieces of marble or granite in mortar and then polishing to achieve a smooth surface. However, with the advent of epoxy resins, a newer type of terrazzo has entered the scene that offers a host of benefits over the cement-based systems.
This modern-day terrazzo offers multicolored patterns and designs by mixing pigments into the resin to achieve an almost unlimited array of colors. Additionally, other materials including chips of marble or granite, mother of pearl, recycled glass or other various synthetic materials can be added to the mixture to create an unlimited pattern of richly colored aggregates.
It's also possible to produce borders, logos, geometrical designs, and other artistic compositions to compliment your individual taste.
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