Proof Your Newest Obsession Will Be Green Marble
Everyone will be green with envy.
Updated Oct 22, 2018 7:28 PM
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Green marble paired with metallic accents is popping up everywhere, from bookends to kitchen counters, serving platters, and more. And while a new marble countertop would be rad, it’s not the most cost-effective addition to celebrate your newest decor obsession. Instead, beat ‘em all to the punch with this roundup of our favorite green marble accessories (reminiscent of the malachite trend from years past) that you can easily incorporate into your decor.
Because, is there anything more elevated than tastefully done dark green marble? You’ll have a hard time thinking otherwise after falling in love with these products.
Green Marble Mirror by Studio Pepe, Monologue London, $381
We don’t remember life before seeing this green marble stunner. The subtle brass accent makes this mirror the sophisticated, adult version of that cheap, had-since-college mini mirror we use for eyeliner applying close-ups. It’s an absolute must for an updated,
Green Marble Wallpaper Mural by Sarah Sherman Samuel, Lulu and Georgia, $250
Why have green marble accessories when you can have green marble-printed wallpaper? Take your love to the next level by covering an entire wall in this bold, elegant print.
Twombly Marble Knob, Anthropologie, $18
Sometimes, we forget that one of the most dramatic changes to a dresser or kitchen cabinet is also one of the easiest: knobs. It’s an update that takes mere minutes, but can completely change the look of an entire room. And we’re especially partial to these chic brass and marble options. The half white and green marble knob (named Holly) is super, super lovely, too.
Small Green Marble Taper Candle Holder, CB2, $10.95
Still a taper candle fan? Us, too! Step it up a notch with a candle holder that’s a total showstopper. It also comes in two sizes for a multi-level, game-changing tablescape. (Can we come over when these babies are in use?)
Onyx Marble Coasters in Chartreuse, West Elm, $39
For those who prefer a lighter green hue, these chartreuse-toned coasters will make any cocktail, glass, or even PBR (if that’s possible) look pulled together.
Green Marble Cheese Slicer by Fox Run, Houzz, $22.99
Listen up, cheeseheads: This slicer turns cheese hour to fromage hour (fancy!). It’s all thanks to this green marble beauty that’ll make you look like a pro cheesemonger.
Green Marble Toilet Brush, CB2, $29.95
The last thing you normally want seen in your bathroom is your toilet brush. But then, CB2 went and made one out of green marble, and now we get to put the words “chic” and “toilet bowl brush” together. Now, that’s something we never thought we’d say. Elevate your toilet brush, elevate your bathroom!
Marble Mortar and Pestle, Bed Bath & Beyond, $13.99
An item you probably don’t have, but will definitely use, is a mortar and pestle. Break up cardamom or caraway seeds, or whatever other excuse you might conjure up to use this marble beauty. And doesn’t she look so much more expensive than her $13.99 price tag?
Materialism Stone Candle, Tom Dixon, $100
Let your candle in on the fun too, with this gorgeous, marble-stoned holder. The candle is scented with dry exotic fig and sandalwood essence, and after that has burned through, the marble vessel is perfect for all sorts of objects, from pens and toothbrushes to Q-tips.
Mara Serving Trivet, Hawkins New York, $95
Our favorite upstate fellas have designed some of our all-time favorite green marble and brass pieces, perfect for displaying everything from a cheese andcharcuterie board
in the kitchen to perfume on your vanity.
Green Marble Tank Tray, CB2, $29.95
This speciality green marble CB2 collection is so nice, we had to mention it thrice, especially since this green marble/brushed brass hardware tray is sooo next level. Store it in the bathroom or vanity to keep clutter at bay.
Fan Table Green Marble Top, Tom Dixon, $805
If green marble is beyond just a trend for you, invest in a side table that looks like a million bucks (but is at a manageable $805, especially given the quality). Tom Dixon modernizes the classic British fan archetype with a v chic green marble top. Must have!
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