If your home has an open floor plan, or if you’re looking to create one, marble columns offer a way to break up space and add a sleek touch.
Choose a color that will complement the look and feel of your home and add to the impression people receive when they enter the room, not detract from it. There’s no standard size for columns; they do not even need to go the whole way to the ceiling if you don’t want them to.
One way to change the impression that marble is cold and uninviting is to use it on pieces of furniture that appear in some of the coziest rooms in your home.
No one will be sitting on a marble sofa or recliner anytime soon, but you can use a marble end table or coffee table in conjunction with plush seating to create a blend of comfort and elegance. Marble is also very sturdy so any pieces you create from it will last a for a long time.
If you are looking to add a little more luxury to your life, marble floors are a great way to do just that. There’s a reason marble is so prevalent in high-end hotels and businesses — it conveys sophistication but can remain minimal at the same time.
Marble floors are a great fit for foyers, studies, sitting areas, and other formal spaces you have or want to add to your home. Marble’s durability will pay off here, too, as your floors stand up to foot traffic in heavily-used areas.