One of the recent additions to our terrazzo range is the funky TE081. It has a cream base with large chunks of marble in strong colours including greens, oranges and yellows and smaller chippings in white and pink. It’s one of the more attention-grabbing terrazzo designs in our extensive range, ideal for customers who want to add some pizazz to their home or commercial premises.
For Kent-based residential clients Andrew and Francesca, it was the perfect option for their new kitchen space. The kitchen itself was to be neutral, so the opportunity to add a strong feature was there for the taking.
The project required 30mm thick polished and sealed terrazzo for a kitchen island of 3.2m by 1.2m cut precisely for a gas hob to be added. The island has a matching side panel attached to the top surface using a butt joint.
A separate sink worktop of 2.45m by 60cm features grooves carefully cut in at the Diespeker factory for water drainage. To complete the sink area, a splashback was added in the same terrazzo. The final touch was a terrazzo windowsill of 1.85m by 15cm on the side window of the kitchen.
The overall impression of the kitchen is a beautiful space, oozing personality as neutral meets dynamic chic head on.
Not long after Diespeker installed the terrazzo, Andrew dropped an email to MD John Krause saying: “Just a quick note to let you know we are over the moon with our new worktops!” Which is exactly what we like to hear!
TE081 is available from Diespeker’s Standard range, click here to the sample.