Living Room. Friday , February 09th , 2018 - 05:52:20 AM
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.
If you are design minded, and know how you want your family room to feel and look, then a store will provide you with each unique piece that you are looking for. If on the other hand, you are someone that cringes at the thought of putting together a room, plenty stores can also provide you with complete room sets. Whether you are searching for a specific item or if you are looking for a complete room set, a good salesperson will make sure you find the right living room furniture and the right feel that you desire. Before getting started on your creating your new masterpiece, here are some ideas and decorating tips that may prove helpful to your overall design.
Bathrooms. The easiest room in the house to marble is the bathroom and yes you can go marble crazy. Again take care to consider cabinetry and accents. Consider marble flooring (be careful to consider traction issues of wet floors), marble countertops, marble trim around your mirrors, marble top tubs, etc. The bathroom was created for marble. If you are looking to do something a bit more sophisticated, the latest trend in marble bathrooms is to install marble vessel sinks (not pictured). These vessel sinks can completely replace a vanity or be installed on top of a vanity as opposed to your traditional sunken sinks.
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