Terrazzo is also a “green” floor, meeting LEED requirements. It’s ideal for high traffic areas – schools, airports, hotels, convention centers, etc. Terrazzo flooring was very popular in homes in the past and has recently begun making a comeback. The color palette and patterns available provide endless possibilities, just be careful not to overwhelm your space.
It is a very hard, stone-like material that contains embedded chips of glass, rock, stone, or metal. The finished product is polished to produce a smooth surface that will last for many years. They are very easy to maintain and require no waxing.