From Lamps to Coffee Tables, We're Obsessed With These Marble Pieces
Marble is one of the world's most luxurious materials, prized for its beauty and timelessness. From antiquity to HGTV shows, marble has never gone out of style — but different types of marble are gaining popularity. While the white-Carrara-marble trend has been going strong for years, in 2023, you'll also see various marbles with rich, intense color and lots of veining. (Think rich reds and moody greens.) Ahead, you'll find some of our favorite marble finds, from furniture to home accessories to lighting. Which one will you add to elevate your space?
Vollardi Dining Table
Each marble top of this Vollardi Dining Table ($870) features its own natural veining and shading, which creates a high-end look unique to every piece. The contemporary silhouette features stately wood columns in a rich espresso brown — a color that's coming back in a strong way.
Robin Marble Wine Bottle Holder
If you're an oenophile who loves to flex your wine choices, this Robin Marble Wine Bottle Holder ($138) is just the thing. The undulating curves accommodate three of your favorite vintages while making a table or cabinet feel modern and luxe.
Calacatta Viola Marble Tray
Interior designers love — and we mean LOVE — the rich purple tones of Calacatta Viola marble, and this Calacatta Viola Marble Tray ($59, originally $93) makes the most of the stone's intense activity. Use it as an incredibly chic place to drop your keys, display perfume bottles, or place a scented candle.
Safavieh Table Lamp
Simple and classic yet simultaneously fresh, this Safavieh Table Lamp ($81) brings warmth to any interior. In traditional rooms, the brown-and-cream tones work harmoniously with hardwood floors and plush textures; in more minimalist spaces, the straightforward silhouette is appropriately simple while the stone brings warmth to the room.
Plannore Coffee Table
OK, so let's say you love the look of marble, but you live in a fourth-floor walkup apartment and no Taskrabbit wants to haul heavy furniture up those stairs. Good news: this Plannore Coffee Table ($130) has a substantial metal frame, but the insets are faux marble — which means you can get the look of natural stone without the hassle of hauling the real thing.
Manhattan Comfort Celine Buffet Stand
Featuring dramatic white and gray veining, this contemporary Manhattan Comfort Celine Buffet Stand ($425) is beautiful in a black-marble finish. Use it as a television stand, dining-room credenza, or entryway cabinet; no matter your choice, you'll find abundant storage within.
Deadstock Marble Full Sheet Set
This never-used Deadstock Marble Full Sheet Set ($23) dates back to the '80s, but the palette of taupe, gray, and mauve is surprisingly fresh today. It's a one-of-a-kind vintage item, so if you think it's for you, act fast before it's snapped up!