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Other. You can marble any room of the house. When you are done with the kitchen and bathroom, move to the living room, dining room, den, and bedrooms. You can add marble accents to shelf mantels, marble to top of a piece of furniture, marble to bottom 3 foot section of walls all the way around a room, or even marble whole office desk unit as pictured below. If you want to get real creative, I have seen 2 extremely unique and beautiful headboards that were marbled in the master bedroom.
Step #2: Enhance Your Home. Whatever style you choose, use these elements wisely to achieve the maximum from your decorative style. * Lighting: Stay away from halogen and overhead lighting, both of which can create harsh light and therefore harsh shadows. Instead, choose lamps with bases that fit your style and taste. Track lighting and sconces also provide nice lighting solutions. * Color: Color is one of the most basic and most effective ways to create any style. When choosing paint, think about practicality as well as décor; bright colors energize and light colors soothe. Creams, beiges and pastels create the illusion of more space, whereas dark, rich reds and blues make a statement.
Kitchens. When considering marble for your kitchen, countertops and table tops are the obvious places to begin and without a question, will bring a whole new look and feel to your cooking area. As you can see from below, it isn't just about adding marble. The details in the installation and the surrounding accents are what will take your marble kitchen over the top. Be sure to consider beveled edges for the marble, types of sinks, surrounding surfaces, and cabinetry to compliment the marble. Add your own signature pieces such as marble mosaic tiles to the walls, your table top, or even the back splash area. Even think about a custom marble hot pan holder. The possibilities are endless. The key to a beautiful dream marble kitchen is to consider the whole picture and sweat the details, not just the obvious large surface areas.
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