6 design ideas for marble kitchens
Mad for marble? Here are 6 unique ways to incorporate it into your kitchen design.
Marble and marble-effect surfaces are both popular choices for a contemporary kitchen design. Not only does it look super stylish and luxurious, but it also has certain practical benefits too.
Here are a few unique ways on how to incorporate it into your new kitchen.
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Create a bold look in your kitchen with a marble breakfasst bar that features a statement overhang. A breakfast bar or island is undoubtedly a key feature of any design but choosing a marble or marble-effect surface will definitely add the wow-factor.
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Be selective with your choice of surfaces and opt for different options for different areas of your kitchen. Incorporate marble into your design through a stylish splashback. In our opinion a splashback behind a hob is a neccessity for a modern family kitchen to prevent ruining painted walls. Marble-effect quartz is the perfect solution as it is easy to wipe down and is much less likely to stain than other materials.
The dark side
Go over to the dark side and opt for a black marble-effect surface for your kitchen. Dark interiors are definitely a trend and black kitchens have seen a recent rise in popularity. Think outside the box and instead of opting for black cabinets, bring in a darker tone through your choice of work surfaces. Contrast a dark worktop with bright white cupboards for a contemporary look.
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Go all out with the marble-effect in your kitchen and take inspiration from this exciting scheme. Create a cohesive design that uses the same surface for their walls, floors and worktops – you could even hunt down a marble dining table to amp up the luxurious vibe.
Accessorise a marble kitchen with gold metallic fixtures and fittings for an on-trend look, or contrast its softness with black highlights for more of an industrial scheme.
Create a contrast
A marble kitchen doesn’t have to look overly glamorous and pristine if that isn’t the look you wish to achieve. Create a contrast by juxtaposing a marble surface with natural wooden touches and black furniture. We love the look of this kitchen island by Caesarstone which features a wood base and a statement marble-effect overhang.
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Flooring is an integral part of any kitchen design and it’s important to invision how it’s going to marry up with the rest of your kitchen space. Oversized marble-effect floor tiles like these Venosa designs from Tile Giant are a great option for a modern minimalist kitchen. They are super easy to keep clean and are definitely a timeless option that will stand the test of time.
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