Terrazzo Cafe

Paris Ceramics first saw these highly decorative tiles in Europe and, recognising their durability and adaptability, decided to begin importing them to the UK

These tiles are virtually indestructible, suitable for inside or outside, they are the ideal floor for "heavy traffic" areas, from domestic hallways to busy cafés.

Six standard patterns are now available and special patterns can be made to order for projects of l00 square metres or more.

 

 

Product Specifications:

Custom: Yes
Finishes:

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More about Terrazzo:

Terrazzo floors probably originated in North Africa around the late 1800's.

Today, they are indigenous to the Mediterranean and can be seen throughout the region, from Spain and Greece to Italy and France. Probably their greatest single virtue is their hardwearing nature. Handmade from a composition of marble, the pattern and colour run right through the tile to a depth of some 5mm.

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