If You Love The Marble Interior Trend, Here Are 40 Modern Ways To Work It

From rich dark greens to shimmering pale pinks, the marble interior trend is back with a twist. Scroll on for our pick of modern ways to do marble.

If you thought you were over the marble interiors trend, these pieces are set to change your mind. Although the material, or rather iterations of the stone, have been everywhere in recent years, it’s hard to deny it’s not a classic look. Perennially chic, elegant and simple, marble brings an expensive finishing touch to a room, whether that’s in a beautiful investment countertop or a modest vase in a living room or accessories in a bathroom. 
If you’re after high quality marble worked into clean, contemporary design, few do it better than Lusso. The British brand, founded in 2014, offers some of the best marble pieces we’ve seen at reasonable price points, whether you’re looking for a statement basin to revamp a bathroom, beautiful tiling for a splash back or are simply looking for some chic accessories to add personality and practicality to a vanity.
Top of our wish list is the Monet Panda Marble Side Table. Its unique thick black and white Asian panda veins make a moment out of something functional – perfect next to a white bouclé sofa or a sprawling freestanding tub. We also love the Palmetto Carrara Belfast Marble Polished Kitchen Sink, which brings a modern elegance to a traditional shape of basin.


Adding huge slabs of marble to your home, whether in a bathroom set up or a kitchen splash back, becomes expensive. If you love the look of elegant, polished marble but don’t want to make a huge investment or change to your home, look to marble accessories instead. Now, the look isn’t exactly new, we’ve seen marble taking up the square of Instagram and Pinterest for the best part of the last decade, but it is a classic. There are also lots of new takes on the trend, especially in the colourways of the stone and the veins running through it.

Top of the wish list are this set of marble table lamps from vintage interiors haven, Anemone. Sourced from the 1970s, they are carved into a swirling shape and despite them being almost half a century old, they are actually look really modern when paired with these wavy black lamp shades.

There are plenty more affordable pieces on the high street too, from H&M’s super chic salt and pepper pots – a great present for an interiors lover; or Oliver Bonas’ striped green and white pestle and mortar, an interesting alternative to the usual white and grey tones you see.

anemone interiors Italian 1970s swirl marble lamp bases

Italian 1970s Swirl Marble Lamp Bases


Anemone Interiors

Despite being nearly half a century old, there's something so modern about these vintage table lamps. Style them with striking black wavy shades for a monochromatic look.


soho home Athena Coffee Table, Grey Norway Marble

Athena Coffee Table


Soho Home


There are SO may good marble pieces around at the moment, with Soho Home taking the reign when it comes to beautiful coffee table situations and dramatic dining sets.

Their Athena coffee table comes with a Norwegian Grey marble top with white veining running through the stone and big brass-finish chunky legs that give  it a bit a real statement feel. We love it mixd in with other soft white textures – a bouclé sofa would be excellent – or other shades of marble like a green marble vase or centerpiece.



From Lusso’s Riviera Calacatta marble & brass mosaic wall tiles to a vintage French pink marble sink we found on Design Market, scroll to shop our edit of the best bathroom and kitchen finishing touches to add to your home.

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