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Marble in Interiors. What do you need to know

11 August 2021
4 minutes read

Marble in furniture has never been more sought after than now.  With its luxury look and striking marble pattern, the marble or marble-effect top dining or coffee tables, or bedside table will be perfect addition to any interior.  From the dining room to bedroom marble finish furniture will move around the house effortlessly and with a unique style!


Marble is eternal interior design trend evokes power perfection distinctive elegance. From the Greek temples to boutique hotels, marble has a long and everlasting history in interiors, and it doesn’t seem to go anywhere any time soon. It enchants us with its delicate veining, variations, and nuances of colour.


Dining Tables With Marble Tops

It is important to have in mind the practicality of your marble dining table. Marble is a very attractive choice for your space but to care and maintain for your marble can be challenging.



Ceramic top dining table with a marble effect however are a much easy decision as the hard-wearing ceramic top is non-absorbent and is easy to clean with strong heat and abrasion resistance.



The Totem dining table combines the sleek tabletop with a unique leg profile bringing a contemporary air to the dining space. Beautiful oak wood is complemented with marble-effect ceramic tabletop available in white, brown or black noir.

Exemplifying the appeal of defined angles, the Blade dining table is finished with a sophisticated marble effect ceramic top placed on a solid, dark oak wood frame.

A beautiful contemporary dining table, the Quatro adds decadence to the home. The dark textured oak wood profile encases a glossy marble-effect ceramic top that lays flush in the frame


Coffee Tables With Marble Tops


After dining the next crucial item is a Coffee table, again having in mind the practicality and the manor in which this coffee table will be used, is it for tea and coffee some alcoholic beverages, if so its important to consider a marble effect coffee table as you wont have stress about staining your marble everytime you use it. Choosing a darker tone marble top coffee table would be much better as it will not show the stains like white tones would.



Marble Top Coffee Table - Crown  - this wooden Scandi-style coffee table sits centre stage providing the essential surface area for your convenience. Pair the table to create varying heights and surface area in your living room.  T



The scandi design Verde marble coffee table has an oval-shaped metal construction designed with two tabletops, the lower in black painted oak veneer and the circular top in black marble



The New York coffee & side table illustrate simple design with heavyweight marble atop slender black metal pedestal legs.


Transforming Coffee and Dining Table

When space is limited but we still want that classy marble look. Considering convertible coffee table that can help to  maintain the interior style whilst staying practical and useful.



The Barbican transforming coffee to dining table is inspired by the mid-century Brutalist architecture movement, this convertible coffee table turns into an extendable dining table from 120cm to 170 cm to 220cm (via 2 inside extensions).  



Innovative gas lifting device, with millimetre-adjustable height mechanism  from cm 28 to cm 88.  Top  made from highly durable melamine, 2 inside extensions.


Luxury Bedside Tables and Bedroom Storage


Introducing matching storage units with marble accents will add a touch of luxury to your bedroom. A luxury bedside table goes a long way in setting the right tone in your bedroom.



The Moli bedroom furniture collection   incorporates solid, natural smoked oak wood and sits upon metal legs. Featuring soft closing drawers with matching metal handles and marble-effect ceramic top that just bring an additional earthy feel to the whole collection.



Beautifully lacquered storage furniture is a trademark of the sophisticated Eclipse Collection complemented with a marble effect ceramic top. A perfect choice for a luxury bedside table and other matching bedroom furniture.


5. Lights with Marble

When it comes to lights and marble, you can never go wrong, as you can choose a table lamp with natural marble as it doesn't require much cleaning, and the light helps the showcase all the detail in the marble much better.



The Modric is a perfectly proportional lamp - suitable as a desk lamp, table lamp or as a bedside lamp. Ideal for the monochrome lover and a must have with white marble base and black-metal adjustable shade.



Spherical shapes give this Dylan six light marble pendant lamp with opal glass shade a decorative flair which makes this pendant ideal for dining or living room and kitchen. Diffused light is complemented with a marble globe.


Choosing between 100% marble and marble effect tops or furniture is tricky and sometimes people buy both. If you are going for the real marble items, here is a quick guide on how you can maintain and look after your marble.

How To Care For and Clean Marble


  1. Seal It. Marble is a porous material so it’s imperative to ensure it is sealed against intrusive liquids and contaminants. Purchase a quality sealer and apply 1-3 times before using the marble.
  2. Protect It. Make sure you avoid placing hot or humid objects directly on the marble – use coasters or cork mats. Clean any spills quickly and try not to place objects that will scratch the marble onto it.
  3. Clean It. Marble is sensitive to acidic products, so use a pH neutral cleaning product to wipe it daily. Avoid lemon juice, vinegar and bicarb soda – no matter how environmentally friendly they are they’ll eat at your marble!
  4. Spot Clean. Buff any scratched straight away to keep your marble nice and shiny. Similarly, if any liquid is spilled wipe it up immediately to prevent stains. The acidity in wine will leave long lasting stains if not treated asap. If you didn’t get there in time, use ammonia and hydrogen peroxide to gently rub away the stain.

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