Much like diamonds, marble is one of nature’s most astonishingly beautiful creations. Steeped in history, the stone has long been associated with luxury and worldliness; its grand applications range from the Parthenon in Athens to New York City’s Grand Central Station. As technological advancements made the durable material more accessible to the masses, it also became an industry favourite for bathrooms and kitchens. Marble made a modern twist in the world of interior design and luxury interiors, however, it is important not to go overboard, otherwise, it might not look as good as you have imagined.
Kelly Wearstler cultivates a very natural aesthetic with the swirling tan and greige Bardiglio-marble walls of her former beach-house modern living room. The honed and leathered finishes in this space also feel very different than the highly polished marble floors many people associate with marble.
Marble is an excellent option both for interior floors or walls. If used both on floors and walls space can end up looking too cold, so look at these tips given by top designers for any type of luxury interiors, and it will be a success. Marble floor tiles add a stylish touch into any space especially when combined with other modern materials.
Architectures designed by Karl Lagerfeld for Carpenters Workshop Gallery is a great representation of how marble can look amazing on simple furniture design pieces for a modern interior.
Boca do Lobo‘s luxury furniture is not only all about functionality but also aesthetic and versatility. The design brand completely elevates the meaning behind marble’s duality and bring a very sophisticated to every single luxury interiors.
This bath by Yabu Pushelberg in a private apartment in China features Corteccia marble, very unique to have a material that is so timeless yet so versatile. Materials like this, completely elevate your contemporary design aesthetic and luxury interiors.
Ryan Korban, for instance, used marble to create incredible sofas as an elevated living room accent.
Canadian mega-star and worldwide hip hop sensation, Aubrey Drake Graham, better known as Drake, trusted his 50,000 square feet renovation into the hands of the esteemed Canadian architectural and interior designer Ferris Rafauli. The top interior designer decided to incorporate marble in Drake’s luxury home and the result is extremely imposing.
Kelly Hoppen used polished Pietra Gray marble in this living room of a Hong Kong apartment.
Steven Gambrel combines Verde Saint-Denis, Verde Luana, and Cipollino Verde marbles in this London bath.
Emperador Brown marble is the star in this Belgian apartment by Pieterjan.
Mark Cunningham used Blue Sapphire marble for the table in this wine cellar. A great idea for luxury interiors and never drifting apart from the latest interior design ideas!
The slab extends over an entire wall, taking the place of a painting or mural. The graphic striations and colours of the stone essentially become art.
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