Introducing TE147 and 147B
At Diespeker we really do like to mix it up when it comes to our impressive range of terrazzo designs. From standards like our ever-popular TE007 to funky, in your face designs such as TE107, we try to offer something to suit all tastes.
So we’re delighted to now be offering an ‘inbetweener’. TE147 is an attractive terrazzo that offers a neutral profile but still has plenty of interesting accents to offer. Mixing up largish chunks in varying shades of browns, greys and whites in a beige grey background, available in cement or resin.
It’s grey-brown earthy tones mean it could look good with a wide range of strong wall colours. You might like to pair it with the Dulux Colour of the Year 2023 Wild Wonder™ with its ‘positive, glowing tone, inspired by the natural world’ for a gentle look. Or go a step further and choose the ‘brave fearless’ Pantene 2023 Colour of the Year, Viva Magenta 18-1750. Very statement!
TE147 is a great choice for flooring in homes and commercial premises needing a neutral profile. But it would also be perfect for a kitchen countertop or other worktop, offering a bit of ‘calm pizzaz’ to the home.
If you’d like to get a closer look at this fab terrazzo before committing, you are very welcome to order samples online. Alternatively book a visit to our London site where you can also view many more colours and designs of terrazzo. You’ll be spoilt for choice!
Resin or cement?
Resin is only for indoor use, whilst cement can be used indoors and outdoors. Cement terrazzo can appear more classic in look with a more rustic appearance, whilst resin terrazzo may seem more vibrant.
Resin terrazzo is generally stronger, and therefore less prone to cracking. It also has better resistance to stains. You should, however, treat and seal both resin and cement terrazzo in the same way given that they are both porous materials.