Marble-lous Spaces

Nothing like a classic marble bathroom or kitchen to drool over. It's easily clean and without question elegant. The veining of marble exudes luxury and the beauty of nature. This natural stone pleases every style from ultra traditional to the modern minimalist.  Marble is simply beautiful when used with whites, grays or even black. A white kitchen or bathroom with marble surfaces always looks clean and put together. Marble updates any old piece of furniture to something timeless. I'm in love with marble and it’s color variations. The way this natural stone is cut can dramatically alter the finished look which offers multiple design solutions thanks to new and advanced technologies. 

Photo by: Anson Smart, Interiors by: Greg Natale

Photo by: Anson Smart, Interiors by: Greg Natale

BRISBANE HOUSE, AUSTRALIA


Interiors by: Jean-Louis Deniot

Interiors by: Jean-Louis Deniot

PARIS AVENUE D'EYLAU APARTMENT


Images Source: Brabbu Design

Images Source: Brabbu Design

BRABBU DESIGN FORCES


Photo by: Richard Powers, Interiors by: David Collins

Photo by: Richard Powers, Interiors by: David Collins

MARBLE...MARBLE...MARBLE



Interiors by: Kiko Salomao

Interiors by: Kiko Salomao

PROJECTO 19505, MIAMI


Image Source: B.D.G. Design Group

Image Source: B.D.G. Design Group

NATURAL STONE MOSAICS & WATERJET PATTERNS


To achieve an ultra modern or directional layout, vein-cut natural stones help to achieve a sleek striped surface. Vein-cutting is slicing along the stone layers as opposed to across, exposing the long veins of color or in simpler terms, “striped pattern”. It’s cutting edge and a unique luxury design method for the stylish client.

Photo by: Olo Rutkowski, Interiors by: Polish Exit Interior Design Studio

Photo by: Olo Rutkowski, Interiors by: Polish Exit Interior Design Studio

THE MARINA APARTMENT


Image Source: Kitchen Studio of Naples, Inc

Image Source: Kitchen Studio of Naples, Inc

TRADITIONAL HOME WITH MODERN FEEL


Photo by: Tessa Neustadt, Interiors by: Maggie Pierson

Photo by: Tessa Neustadt, Interiors by: Maggie Pierson

HOME OF JEWELRY DESIGNER MARCIA MAIZEL-CLARKE, FOUNDER OF DOGEARED JEWELERY


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