Is This the New Carrara Marble?

We bet you this pattern was an integral part of your surroundings growing up—maybe it was used as flooring in your elementary school cafeteria, or perhaps your über-cool grandma’s split-level was filled with the stuff. If you’re anything like us, you get a little warm and fuzzy when you started seeing this material pop up on Pinterest, in design magazines, and in restaurants in recent months. Terrazzo has been around for centuries, and its recent resurgence got us thinking: Could it become as popular as the iconic Carrara marble? Keep reading to see our favorite ways to bring back the terrazzo finish.