Designer Metallic Epoxy Dining Room, Entry and Bath

In this older home, the client was looking to update the old terrazzo floor that was cracked and worn. They were updating the bath and wanted the flooring to continue into the shower pan. We installed a designer metallic floor throughout and sealed with a high wear urethane.
The finished dining room floor done in metallic epoxy.
The original worn terrazzo in the dining area had been colored at some point.
There was heavy surface wear at the door and in other traffic areas.
The tub was removed and a low profile shower pan was built and sealed with a polyurethane.
Several coats of metallic epoxy were applied to the shower pan before a final top coat of urethane with an anti-slip additive.
The front entry after the new metallic epoxy floor was installed over the original terrazzo.
The hall and bath room with the final coat of designer metallic epoxy.
A dining room terrazzo floor is transformed with metallic epoxy.
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  • Marie Marie on Feb 12, 2016
    What is the upkeep needed to maintain this floor, is it slippery when wet, does it show dirt/ pet hair, does it waterspot after mopping? We are thinking of refinishing or main level flooring. Thanks

  • Christina Chehade Christina Chehade on Feb 25, 2016
    I would love to do something like this. If you don't mind me asking how many sq ft did you do for how much? It looks fabulous!

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  • Mary Russell Mary Russell on Aug 03, 2015
    A woman couldnt walk around in that house in a dress without risking showing her undies,ha.

  • Fly2625606 Fly2625606 on Feb 12, 2016
    @seattle surfaces, I live near Hanover, New Hampshire.... could you suggest a reputable installer for my home as well. I have a large concrete floor basement that I haven't been exactly sure what to do with until reading this post!

    • Seattle Surfaces Seattle Surfaces on Feb 12, 2016
      @Flyjaway Contact Elitecrete. They should be able to find you someone in your area who could help you out.