A coffee and side table can be the perfect design piece for any modern living room. But nothing is quite as impressive or expresses sophistication more beautifully than marble furniture. It has always been a classic material but it is currently having a bit of a revival with the top product designers reinventing it in the most modern and futurist shapes.
When you are able to choose marble furniture that is well crafted, it can even inspire the decor around it to a high level. The tables included in this post are truly exquisite and entirely unique, making them a bold choice for anyone looking for something more than a place to put their coffee.
Marble design has been enjoying a moment in the design and fashion spotlight for a little while now. Marble’s use in architecture, art, and design dates for thousands of years to early Egyptian and Mesopotamian cultures. The word marble is derivative from the Greek “marmaros” and that means ”a snow white and spotless stone”.
Marble is one of those classic materials that has been around for centuries. This stone presents various degrees of unique striations (“veins”) in a variety of colors. These keen selection of marble furniture preach a refined elegance.
Metamorphosis Center Table by Boca do Lobo
The enormous success of the Metamorphosis Series by Boca do Lobo gave birth yet to another unique creation – Metamorphosis Center Table. The center table is composed of two fragments, finished in mirror and noble marble and beautified by the presence of golden creatures.
Stonehenge Side Table by Boca do Lobo
Finding inspiration in the prehistoric monument Stonehenge, positioned asymmetrically and composed by a striking variety of finishes and materials – brass and marble. This piece promises to elevate your living space to the next level.
Apollo Stool by Kelly Wearstler
Origami Center Table, Patricia Urquiola for Budri
Tacca Center Table by Brabbu
Jacobsen Side Table by Essential Home
Portal Coffee Table by Apparatus
Miller Center Table by Essential Home
Green Mixed Marble Coffee Table Brian by Thoreen
Lythos Center, by Toni Grilo for Haymann Éditions
Mondrian Center Table by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform chez Silvera