Adding Marble for a Touch of Luxury to the Bathroom
Marble is a metamorphic stone known for its smooth appearance and veining. It is often used on floors, walls, and countertops.
Above marble covers all the surfaces creating an opulent space. Ghanian-British architect David Adjaye designed the interiors for the apartments in the 130 William skyscraper in New York.
London interior design firm 2LG Studio remodeled the bath above with colourful accents. The white carrara walls frame the vanity in elegant fashion.
Marcante-Testa used colorful marble in the Teorema Milanes remodel above. The modern design above combines ancient marble and modern fixtures to create a truly unique space.
The project above, in Porto, designed by Portuguese studio Fala Atelier combines ceramic tile with marble floors and vanity. The geometric quality of the tile contrasts the marble veining.
Above we see emerald green marble designed by Sārānsh in the VS House in Ahmedabad. The curvilinear layout of the marble repeats the shape of the mirror adding a dramatic look.
The home above was designed by Innauer-Matt Architekten in the Rhine Valley. By bringing in the natural elements of wood and marble the outside and inside flow into one another.
The late 19th-century Lisbon apartment above was renovated by local firm Rar.Studio. The veining on the marble was installed both horizontally and vertically drawing the eye around the room.
London and Vienna-based design firm SIRS redesigned the above home which is located in a 1960s apartment building in England’s capital.
Above the 19th-century house near Paris that was renovated by Spanish studio 05 AM Arquitectura. The bookmatched slabs in the shower add a dramatic touch.
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