We’ll never tire of marble — of this we are certain — but we’d be lying if we said we haven’t tired of certain predictable applications of it. Then again, as far as played out trends go, we could do worse than classic marble paired with crisp white and polished brass (how do you stay mad at that?) Right now, however, what we’re loving is marble (and other veiny natural stones like it) used in totally unexpected ways, creating spaces that make you say, “Wow.” Below are ten interiors that incorporate marble in ways you’ve perhaps never seen before. Subtle or statement-making, it’s amazing how versatile the shining stone can truly be.
Pair it with cabinets painted in an unexpected jewel-toned color and brass drawer pulls, like in Brooklyn Decker’s Texas kitchen.
Build your hearth around a statement-making stone fireplace, like in Kelly Wearstler’s home in Malibu.
This floating vanity by Robert Elliott is modern and sleek, with a large vein that offsets the busier marble floor tile pattern.
Alex Van Der Sluys takes a big risk in her kitchen by pairing a bold granite backsplash and countertops with reflective brass cabinet fronts, and a pink island. We think it paid off.
We’d love to take a soak in Claudia Schiffer’s classic country bathroom. The marble slab acts as a headboard for this beautiful free standing tub.
Go all out with floor-to-ceiling marble, much like in Denise Vasi’s viral California kitchen.
A striking marbled bathroom vanity is just one show stopping detail found in this painstakingly restored Queen Anne house.
Small marble hex tiles are a subtle yet interesting way to add natural stone detail to a bathroom space. Just take it from this Catskills home.
In this classic kitchen designed by The Fox Group, a marble backsplash is accessorized to perfection with an industrial-style brass and glass shelving system, vintage drawer pulls and sink details, and porcelain dishes.
Thanks to the marble wall and rectangular marble sink, the master bathroom might be our favorite room in this rustic Spanish home.