Nemo Tile and Stone recently introduced its collection, Torrone, a fine-glazed porcelain crafted to resemble traditional terrazzo flooring. Common in Ancient Greece, terrazzo was made from mixing chips of pottery and marble, setting these materials in a lime and clay mixture and then sealing with goat milk. Though technology has progressed, the on-site mixing and pouring of terrazzo is particularly labor intensive and costly. Terrazzo’s durability and impenetrable nature have helped it remain a sought after flooring option.
Nemo’s Torrone uses high definition printing and craftsmanship to recreate the look of terrazzo. This new line is available in four colorways and durable, large format square and hexagon tiles.
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