Good ol' terrazzo has been part of the Indian household from our grandparents times - remember the speckled flooring? That. Only now this smooth surface of tightly-packed marble quartz and granite chips on a resin or concrete cement base has taken off to greater heights. Like in Delhi-based Worthyaarts you will spot terrazzo taking shape as cool colourful Planters and Vases in a bunch of geometric shapes (long rectangular, hexagonal, cylindrical, pyramids). Their latest terrazzo star is a whole Console Table casted as a single piece. It also has beautiful black oak veneer drawers. Besides looking lit, terrazzo is super sustainable, low-maintenance and durable too.
Worthyaarts also deals in terrazzo's close cousin, concrete. With this super resistant and trendy material they have created a line of edgy pendant, cylindrical, cone and pyramid lights. These are all minimal in style, most left raw and unpainted on the exterior. In similar aesthetics, they have table lights, coasters, wall clocks, desk organisers and a range of popular candles that are poured onto the concrete (concrete and candle look like one whole piece). Another standout concrete offering is the concrete art pieces that serve as statement wall decor.
Note that if you want to make a purchase from Worthyaarts you will need to hurry, most of their stock is limited (made in small batches) and run out in no time! They fully entertain custom orders and usually base their designs after extensive research and consultations with architects and interior designers. Prices ranges between INR 300 to INR 3,000 only!