how to make a statement with marble
how to accessorize your home with this natural and modern stone.
Published Oct 18, 2015 5:00 AM
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Marble is a natural stone that looks beautiful on both small and large scales in traditional and modern homes. Carrara marble, in particular, has seemingly magical powers in that it can elevate the space without being pretentious or overwhelming. If you’re looking to heighten your home with a showstopping conversation piece or an impressive feature wall, marble is a reliable bet.
Spruce up yourcharcuterie board
with some modern flair. The Admiral’s Tray looks great against a plethora of cheeses, cold cut meats, and a toasted baguette.
The perfect accessory for your dining room table—The Marblelous Ring tray is a neverending circle of functionality, class, and beauty.
Traditional salt and pepper shakers become a thing of the past thanks to to this swivel-top saltbox.
Now that’s a vanity mirror. Coming in at just under 11.5″ high and 3.5″ wide, this effortless piece adds to any space—whether the bathroom, living room, or bedroom.
Marbelous mirror: Available here.
If you’ve ever wanted to make a statement with one accessory, it’s this necklace. Hand made in gold-plated brass and accented with grayish-white Swedish marble it’s the perfect complement to your LBD to create a sleek and polished look.
Necklace available here: |=| by Malin Henningsson
Elizabeth Kruegar Design shows us how to make an impactful statement with an entire wall dressed in marble. Chromatic hardware and pops of crystal coming through in the chandelier are set against vintage-inspired tiles for a bold and eye-catching look.
The great thing about marble is its versatility in the home. While accents of marble can complement a dining room or kitchen, they can steal the show in a bathroom. We especially love the contrast of a solid marble tub against
marble in this space. The fresh blooms and crisp towel bring the perfect, lived-in feel, too.
We’ve seen marble set against an all white kitchen, but would you consider a modern take on the 70’s with oak cabinetry and a marble backsplash? By adding in mid-century accents such as gold burners and keeping the space minimal, you can achieve a clean and luxurious kitchen.