Simply Marbleous

We’ve been seeing lots of marble used in everything from lamps and home accessories to furniture pieces, and with even more new products made of marble being launched, it looks as if the trend is here to stay.

Until now, we’ve mostly been seeing white marble used, but now more designers are using the material in red, black and green tones. We have selected a few of our favorites here.

‘Lighthouse’ by the brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Established & Sons.

We love the voluminous round glass lampshade. The shade is balanced on an aluminium support ensuring that the shade doesn’t touch the marble base.

´Solid‘ by Lars Beller Fjetland for Normann Copenhagen.

The Solid Table is assembled without any tools or screws,  and is locked together under the weight of the marble tabletop forming a sturdy construction. The minimalistic design and pure and honest materials give this coffee table an elegant look.

´Marble Bookshelf´by Muller Van Severen at The Apartment.

A very beautiful bookcase with shelves in different colors of marble. The varying shades adds character to this piece.

´PK61™´by Poul Kjærholm for Fritz Hansen.

The PK61 table by Poul Kjærholm was designed in 1956 and is still a classic design icon. It comes in many different combinations, but our favorite is – of course – the version with the marble top.

´Eclectic´scented candle by Tom Dixon.

The Eclectic candle smells delicious, and we love the combination of marble and copper.

´Sintra´ by Nicholai Wiig Hansen for Frama.

The contrast between the soft, warm cork and the smooth, black marble makes this coffee table really stand out in the home.

`Craft salt & pepper mills´ by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen

These new mills are called Craft, and they are named after their incredible quality all the way from the the solid oak base and marble know to the ceramic grinder inside. We’re just crazy about their simple design and flared shape that makes them comfortable to use.

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