Designing A White Terrazzo Floor White is a popular color in designing a terrazzo floor. The color white is often used in architectural buildings for many reasons. It signifies purity, calmness, and simplicity. It can even suggest the cleanliness and sterility of the space. A white terrazzo floor is timeless. Over the years, its beauty will never go out of style. It can match minimalistic color schemes or contrast with darker elements of a building space. In this blog, we will help you identify options when customizing a white terrazzo floor, and suggest things to look out for when. When making samples, we can tell designers prefer a white base for their floors. A pure white terrazzo design is the most common style requested, yet designers do explore other crushed marble and glass options when designing a white terrazzo floor. We will take a look at some white and off-white marble chips that offer a consistent white terrazzo finish and other options that you may want to consider: A designer can use divider strips to create geometric designs for their white terrazzo floors. While aluminum divider strips are commonly used, brass, zinc, and plastic are other materials that can be used. When designing a white terrazzo floor, we caution designers of using brass divider strips as it can sometimes display blue areas around the divider strips. Be sure to ask your representatives about selecting the right materials for your projects.
Floor Layout The design team cuts the parts necessary to build your terrazzo design. We label the waterjet pieces so installers can assemble the logo design or artwork quickly and easily.
Pouring Terrazzo A terrazzo design may require multiple colors. Installers can easily mix epoxy colors and aggregates on site, and pour the batch in the specified area.
Polished Surface Installers turn your ideas into reality. Once a terrazzo floor has been polished and sealed, it can be admired by many to see for many generations