These terrazzo picks will help you get a Mandy Moore-approved look for less than $60.
Ever since Mandy Moore revealed on Instagram that she was renovating her home with the help of designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, we've been patrolling the tag #mandymooremidcenturymaison to watch the "after" photos roll in. From a drop-dead gorgeous kitchen to the most organized pantry ever, the big reveal does not disappoint. And ever since Moore gave Architectural Digest a tour around her stunning space this summer, we're still crushing on all of the details and trends spotted inside the refreshed 1950's home. The marble waterfall countertop is impressive and the velvet details are dreamy, but the one trend we can't stop obsessing over is the terrazzo floors.
Terrazzo, a composite material made of shards of granite, marble, or quartz poured with a binding material, was popular in the 1960s and 70s, but the retro-chic material is seeing a resurgence in 2018. In Mandy Moore's home, designer Sarah Sherman Samuel and architect Emily Farnham crushed marble and tile to create a custom pour. The actress sang the praises of terrazzo again the other day when she revealed a design she created for a Fossil smartwatch dial, writing under the photo "I can’t quit you, terrazzo."
Don't worry, a hammer and cement won't be necessary to get the terrazzo trend into your own home—just shop the affordable terrazzo-inspired picks below. Priced under $60, you don't need to be a celeb to introduce this trend into your living space.
Terrazzo Bathroom Set
Add a subtle touch of terrazzo to your bathroom with this speckled bath set. Order the soap dispenser, dish, canister, tumbler, or all four accessories to infuse the room with updated mid-century modern style.
To buy: From $28, anthropologie.com.
Tile-Inspired Wall Clock
Real-deal terrazzo can get pricey (especially when it's an entire floor), but an artist on Society6 recreated the look in digital form, making it much more affordable. You can order this design on a throw pillow, shower curtain, or backpack—but we absolutely love how it looks in clock form.
To buy: $31, society6.com.
If you want to take the trend with you everywhere you go, opt for this pair of statement earrings. The combination of terrazzo and brass in geometric forms makes this accessory incredibly on-trend.
To buy: $33, tidyclutterings.etsy.com.
Removable Faux-Tile Wallpaper
If you love the look of terrazzo but aren't sure you'll want to keep it forever, go with this removable wallpaper version. You can even add it to your kitchen as a temporary backsplash—it works in a rental or will help tide you over until you save up for your dream remodel.
To buy: From $10 for 24-by-24-inch piece, spoonflower.etsy.com.
What looks like terrazzo tile is actually lightweight resin. The neutral color palette helps this speckled pattern work with almost any home decor style. (Hint: This is a crowd-pleasing hostess present).
To buy: $15, worldmarket.com.
Jotting down notes is much more fun when you do it in a terrazzo-inspired notebook. This notebook is guaranteed to attract compliments, no matter if you take it to the conference room or your local coffee shop.
To buy: $10, amazon.com.