Marble is a beautiful material in the home. It’s also hard wearing and versatile. We love this desk from Maison Du Monde with a marble top in an acacia wood frame. The wood gives warmth and softens the coolness of marble.
TheCAPPUCINO Deskshowcases a Gatsby-style retro trend. Made from solid acacia, with a white marble top, it will create a welcoming, sophisticated ambiance. All your secrets will be protected by the two very discreet drawers. Resolutely timeless, thisvintage deskfeatures unique, more or less pronounced marble effects and is sure to charm you.
As quite often with trends they come and go, and then come back again, and one of those is marble. With so many marble products available it’s coloured examples we look at today.
Gone is the white marble and in comes black, green and pink. You will start to see this on coffee tables, kitchenware, shelving and lighting. This material works really nicely with mixed metal & black accents.
Marble also goes beyond table tops and can be seen on home accessories including clocks, bookends and coasters. Get your little marble fix without breaking the bank.
We spend a lot of time looking through websites and searching for new items to share, and today we feature a little gem from made.com. This marble pendant light is super cute and perfect for a kitchen or dining room.
The simple design looks great and comes in a choice of three colours. It would also work as a cluster rather than individual pendants.
Marble is strong trend for so many homewares and furniture, it’s been high on the radar for a while and is set to stay there this year. It’s such a great material, it’s practically become a new neutral. It can sit amongst many strong interior trends and work with many home styles. It goes perfectly with a minimalistic white interior but is equally a great way to break up and brighten an interior using strong jewel tones – layered and dark. Marble can come in black, white or sandy tone and this lends itself to an easy add in to designing a room.
A nice easy way to introduce or use marble when styling a room is with a coffee table. And there is an absolute abundance of high street, designer and online stores offering a huge variety of styles, silhouettes, sizes and prices.
Designs often mix marble tops with metal framework base either quite minimal or with a geometric influence or wooden legs, wooden frames and even matching it with another material like wood or plastic and segmenting the top surface.
With a constant ever changing collection, Rockett St George always delivers. We love their new range of chopping boards, perfect for updating your kitchen this season.
Marble fans will love the rose tinted paddle board, with the rectangular board having a gorgeous teardrop pattern. Their new mango wood boards have an intricate frosted mandala pattern, which makes it perfect for displaying food on at a table.
It’s clear that chopping boards don’t have to be plain and hidden away. Show them off and let them bring interest to your kitchen!
With prices starting at £36 be sure to grab one while you can