London Townhouse by Banda Property featuring Paonazzo marble.

Here’s how to use marble to add luxury and individuality to your home

The central focus of marble in the modern home is a testament to its longevity, something the experts at Artedomus know well, as exclusive importers of premium stone, slabs and tiles from around the world. Embracing the uniquely intricate detailing of natural marble honed over millions of years of pressing, heating and mixing, Artedomus seeks out uniquely beautiful slabs from around the world to be used in a wide variety of local residential and commercial projects. From classic whites to moodier hues, whatever your style objective, read on to see how marble can make a stunning impact in all areas of the home.

Left: Paris Apartment by Obumex Interiors featuring Arabescato Rosso marble. Right: Balmain Residence by Nina Maya Interiors featuring Vein-Cut Terra travertine.

Raw yet refined, marble’s covetable aesthetic allows it to transcend any trend or suit any interior style, particularly considering the fact that it is available in a range of tones and finishes (beyond the perpetually popular, crisp Carrara white).

Residence R by Nina Maya Interiors featuring Calacatta Vagli Oro marble.

And while man-made replicas and veneers have become increasingly commonplace, Richard Brasell from Artedomus explains how the benefits of natural marble outweigh anything that could be offered by a counterfeit, underlining how the stone’s organic detailing delivers the kind of gravitas and magnificence that really can’t be found anywhere else.

“Designers around the world are encouraging people to step up and let their creative vision shine colourfully and brightly through exceptional natural marble,” Brassell says. Whether it is used on kitchen benches, light fixtures tables or just on smaller details, there is simply no denying that marble is forever.

Left: Paris Apartment by Joseph Dirand featuring Paonazzo marble. Right: Santa Monica Residence by Woods + Dangaran featuring Nero Marquina Venato marble.
Dover Heights Residence by Smac Studio featuring Calacatta Viola marble.


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