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7 Different Ways to Incorporate Marble in Your Home
If there's one design trend you can always count on to instantly elevate a space, no questions asked, it's marble. Whether you use it on your floors, in the shower, on your sink, or the walls, this classic material not only adds beauty to space, but it is also easy to maintain and very durable. It isn’t prone to degradation and can last for hundreds of years.
Are you planning to give your home a marble treatment? Here are some excellent ways to incorporate marble into your home design.
1. Kitchen backsplash
Marble is a great statement-making material for a kitchen backsplash. It can provide a classic yet modern touch at the same time, and add a luxurious look to your kitchen.
While we typically think of marble as crisp and white, this bold open kitchen that features a black marble backsplash proves that black marble can be just as sophisticated and elegant. The white veins offer a stark contrast that is incredibly striking and eye-catching, while the glossy black kitchen island adds a dramatic moody vibe to the space.
2. Kitchen island
A marble kitchen island is ideal if you want to give your kitchen a boost of personality.
Take design cues from this minimalist kitchen that features an all-white marble kitchen island that matches with the kitchen backsplash and countertop to create visual cohesion in this light and airy space. Meanwhile, the grey bar stools add a subtle pop of colour to the space.
3. Kitchen countertop
A marble kitchen countertop is one of the best ways to showcase the beauty of this timeless material.
In this modern kitchen, the white marble countertop creates a clean and sophisticated space without a riot of bold colours. It pairs perfectly well with the white subway tile backsplash and the ash grey kitchen cabinets.
Marble flooring can add an extra layer of sophistication to any room. This material works well in living rooms, bedrooms, and larger spaces as marble stones have the ability to absorb any heat, therefore, cooling the space naturally.
There is no better example than this spacious 7189 sq. ft. home in Seremban that features glossy white marble flooring, found in the kitchen and the dining area. It creates a clean and uncluttered look to the space.
5. Feature wall
Installing a marble feature wall can add elegance to an area that’s looking dull. The unique and intricate lines that marble is known for can create a stylish design statement in a room.
Interior Firm: Surface R Sdn. Bhd.
Take design cues from this living room where the glossy marble feature wall behind the freestanding TV adds instant interest to the room. Meanwhile, the rose gold pendant light and the bronze mirror helps to elevate the overall look of the living room.
If you’re looking for a way to glam up your dining space, bedroom or living room, consider introducing furniture made of marble.
Interior Firm: Vault Design Lab Sdn Bhd
Take style notes from this open space dining area that feature a stunning deep green marble dining table. It blends beautifully with the grey velvet chairs, white dinnerware and silver cutlery sets.
7. Home decor and accessories
If you are not looking to invest in a full-on marble home renovation, you can still add a subtle hint of marble in your home through home decor and accessories.
Take design inspiration from this bathroom that features a white marble sink with copper hardware. Meanwhile, the rest of the space is left neutral to highlight the gorgeous marble stone.
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