Hot Ways to Incorporate Marble into Your Home

Have you been considering adding the look of marble to your home, but are not quite ready to buy a slab in the near future? If so, there are plenty of ways to add the unique look and feel of marble to your home without having to spend a fortune.

Add a Little Light to Your Rooms

Table lamps have long been one of the most popular ways to add a little extra light to any room in your home. This is a good time to combine the need for extra light with the desire for marble. Add marble lamps to your bedside tables or in the living room. What a great way to add a little symmetry to the décor and give each room a finished and more polished look.

Give Your Plants a Boost

With a little searching around, you should be able to find a nice selection of marble vases and planters that make a fantastic way to display your flowers, indoor trees and shrubs. The best part is that although marble planters are not as cheap as ceramic ones, they are still well within most budgets and they will definitely add a touch of class to any room in your home.

It’s the Little Things

There is a lot to be said for the little things in life, including drawer pulls and cabinet knobs. Take a good look around your bathroom, bedroom, and kitchen at all the different knobs and pulls you can easily replace with marble. What a great way to upgrade your plain cabinets and dressers without having to replace them.

Spruce Up Your Desk

Marble desk accessories are becoming very popular. You can find in/out trays, pen holders, tape dispensers, and more in a range of marble colors to suit your décor and tastes. Maybe not as cheap as those plastic or metal mesh ones at the nearby office supply store, but then what price can you put on a neat way to spruce up the look of your desk.

Be On Time Every Time

One of the latest trends in marble is the simple clock. There are a number of desktop and wall mounted clocks made from marble or with a marble finish. These offer a very chic way to decorate your home without spending a fortune.


Everyone likes the idea of adding marble countertops to their kitchen or bathroom. The big problem is countertops like these can cost a fortune unless you know how to shop for them. Today, there are a number of distributors who can provide you with cultured marble that is produced in a factory rather than naturally quarried stone. Cultured marble is just as beautiful as natural stone but typically costs less. The best way to find out if this type of marble is in your budget is to contact local suppliers to see what they have to offer and how much they would charge to cut, deliver, and install your new countertops.

Marble has long been one of the most popular materials for use in the more expensive homes. But, as you can see, you don’t have to spend a fortune to add a touch of class to your home. Take a look around, you might be surprised at the wide variety of marble accessories available to add a touch of class to your home.