Collection: MARBLE

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  • Pink and grey tear drop shape marble coffee table C.1970
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  • Pair of mint green nightstands with marble tops
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  • Murano and marble lamp c.1970
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  • Midcentury marble coffee table ~ cream and grey
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  • Maitland Smith box c.1970
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  • Italian grey and ivory tear shape coffee table C.1970
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  • Italian glass and marble coffee table C.1970
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  • Italian 1970s round marble coffee table ~ blush
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  • Fabulous 1970s bolt coffee table ~ rare
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  • Duilio Barnabé for Fontana Arte coffee table
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  • Chrome and brass console with marble top c.1970
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Vintage Marble Furniture

More or less, we’re all familiar with the marble decoration, and our kitchens have been blessed with this element for as long as we can remember. As time passed, these elegant pieces of furniture took over all the different places of our home, from bedrooms to bathrooms to lounge. 

It gives the space a great look and adds more value to your room. With beautiful texture, character, and style, vintage marble furniture can transform your space into a modern and traditional one. 

There are certain things about vintage marble furniture that you need to know. Keep on reading to find out.

How Is Marble Produced?

Marble is a type of transformative rock. With the help of high temperatures and pressures, the limestone transforms into marble. 

There are four countries - India, Italy, Spain, and China - that mine around the marble’s location and control the marble production. Our wonderful pieces mainly come from Italy and make up a large portion of our Italian furniture.

Marble’s outstanding colours and patterns on the floors or countertops of your home make the material a top choice. 

Which Marble Is Right for My Vintage Marble Furniture?

There are no hard and fast rules for which kind of vintage marble you should go for your vintage marble furniture. When it comes to the suitable marble for your home’s furniture, it all boils down to your preferences and requirements. 

Your dining space could use the bright white marbles to give it a classic and luxe appearance. Again, go for paler shades as the pale blue or green gives off a calming environment. Combine the dark and the light colour to highlight the room’s bold personality. 

Also, to recreate any theme-based look, try to go for the primary colour of the theme. For example, pick sky blue or aqua to give the space a sea-like vibe. 

Here are some marble ideas that you can use for your home:

  • Carrara marble is a combination of grey and white colour. It is known for its use in sculptural and architectural decorations, making it a perfect option for flooring in the bedroom and other rooms. The Carrara is also great for real marble furniture
  • Remember the emerald green marbles that were very common yet not exaggerating? The alive appearance of the green marble furniture creates a vibrant ambience in your space. You can choose to get any piece of vintage marble furniture with emerald green, and you won’t go wrong with it
  • The enchanting beauty and overpowering personality of black marble increase the beauty of any vintage marble furniture created with it. To add a bit sleek and chic touch to your space, Nero Marquina is your way to go

From shelves to coffee tables to dining tables, getting marble furniture for your space is one of the best ways to decorate your home like no other. 

The vein density can vary depending on the use of the marble. From light to heavily veined marbles, you can pick anyone that compliments your space and furniture. 

That being said, you can shuffle the designs, colours and choose the one that feels the most suitable, and it’ll still decorate your place with sophistication. 

How Do You Keep the Vintage Marble Furniture Clean? 

To keep the vintage marble furniture lasting long, the best investment would be the real marble furniture. The combination of high-quality and efficiency of the real marble furniture will be worth every penny you spend. 

While the real marble furniture is very durable, they still need a bit of care, cleaning, and caution to last a lifetime and maintain an excellent shape.

Follow the suggestions below to understand how you should take care of your vintage marble furniture:

  • As marble is prone to scratches and stains, wipe any spills as soon as you can. If you’ve spilt some wine (it happens!), and you can’t wipe in time, go for a concoction of ammonia and hydrogen peroxide to get the stain off
  • Be careful when you pick a cleaning spray and make sure there’s no acid in the spray
  • Steer clear from any acidic spray and serving acidic food on surfaces like lemons, vinegar, or bicarb soda, as it’ll leave a dull spot on the marble furniture
  • Since marble is a porous element, get a good quality sealer and apply 1 to 3 three time before you finally start using the furniture to ensure safety against any intrusive fluid 
  • Don’t place hot or humid items on the surfaces of marble furniture. Instead, use a coaster as a protection layer
  • To keep the shine of the vintage marble furniture like new, makes sure your buff any scratches immediately

What Will You Choose?

Marble furniture has been around for centuries and it’s incredibly popular right now with its timeless luxurious appearance. A little bit of vintage marble furniture and transform your space into a magnificent piece.