Design That’s Barely There: Incorporating Into Your Home Interior Design

There is something sophisticated and luxurious about the misty veined marble.

Most of us envision marble home designs as large, cold rooms encased in floor-to-ceiling stone. Some thought of it as ornate sculptures adorning grandparents’ living space.

It’s hardly modern, you think?

Well, that’s not true anymore. The gracious marble has made a comeback in the interior design industry.

Bathroom walls, floors, and kitchen backsplashes have long been accentuated with marvellous marble finishes. But did you know we can now use this soothing material on other areas as well to add interest and movement to our spaces?

The key is to keep it in small doses rather than having marble in your home in an overwhelming amount.


1. Marble Columns For Delineating Space

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Open-plan living rooms are common these days. No matter if you own a small apartment or a spacious single-family house, living floor plans make your space appear larger and airier and feels less stuffy.

But since your space may lack certain walls, you can delineate the rooms to keep it appear organized. And, marble columns do the job here. 

Select columns that feature straight edges and few decorative touches to give your space an industrial feel. Columns can stretch from floor to ceiling, or you can build a half-wall with marble columns for separating spaces, while still appear combined.


2. Marble Should Participate In Your Floors Or Walls

Covering both walls and floors in marble makes your space look too cold and stark. Thus, choose only just one to give your space a classic feel while tying in modern materials.

Add marble to the kitchen backsplash or use it as an alternative to conventional wainscoting in your dining room or bathroom. Encircling the living room with a marble chair rail is also a great idea to give a touch of marble to your living space.

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On the other hand, if you choose marble flooring, the foyer is a great space to achieve an artistic marble touch to your space. You can create an interior design that anchors your dining table or adds an opulent touch to your master bathroom.


3. A Seamless Bedroom With Marble Beauty

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The bedroom in this interior design cleverly uses the marble. The glossy, black marble sidewall in the bedroom adds a unique and contemporary touch to this cosy bedroom.

It appears like a huge mirror on the wall, which looks absolutely dramatic. The overall bedroom design appears sleek and extremely soothing to every onlooker’s eyes.


4. Focus On Marble Variety

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Marble is not always white! Fortunately, you have endless options to choose the texture, style, and colour of the marble. For instance, the kitchen backsplash in this kitchen design gives it a country-style, smoky touch.

There is a huge variety of marble designs available on the market. All you need is to do research and find the best one that complements the overall look of your space.


5. The Marble Furniture

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The idea of marble furniture may appear comfortable initially. But when you pair it with the right pieces, marble can make an excellent look for your furniture. In this image, the dining table features the marble tabletop.

Marble is strong and lasts a lifetime. Invest in statement pieces of marble furniture. It is sure to withstand a lot of wear and tear while still retaining its grace and strength.

So, are you up for incorporating marble material in your home interior design? Let’s begin now!


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