More ideas from Mel
Venetian construction workers, looking for a low-cost way to surface terraces, set broken bits of marble into clay, and then ground down the resulting surface with stones until it was smooth. The name they gave this finish — terrazzo — is also the Italian word for terrace. It's coming back to the home and we're loving this colorful trend.

Venetian construction workers, looking for a low-cost way to surface terraces, set broken bits of marble into clay, and then ground down the resulting surface with stones until it was smooth. The name they gave this finish — terrazzo — is also the Italian

Almost Perfect... just swap kitchen/dining with living, stretch whole house longer to double the size of utility/mud room with a door straight through to master walk in robe & add a tiny powder room & walk-in (for cats) & finally, create a massive outdoor decking up the living side of the house, maybe even wrap around to back & master suite with a door from master out onto verandah..

Almost Perfect. just swap kitchen/dining with living, stretch whole house longer to double the size of utility/mud room with a door straight through to master walk in robe & add a tiny powder room & walk-in (for cats) & finally, create a massive outdoor