However, marble comes with its downsides: mostly, maintenance. Marble has to be sealed yearly and cleaned regularly to avoid stains, scratches, and moisture damage. But if you can handle the work, the results are worth it: an elegant and classic bathroom that will stand the test of time.
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Marble Shower With Bench
Marble tile is one of the most well-known ways to implement the design into a space. However, it's not the only way. This bathroom designed by Maite Granda covers the shower with stunning marble tile but doesn't stop there. The marble bench adds an extra level of elegance. It's a small addition that changes the feel of the space.Continue to 2 of 20 below.
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Modern Marble Bathroom
This modern bathroom by Marie Flanigan Interiors holds two main features: all over marble and plenty of storage space. The effect of a dramatic vein marble is different from its softer version. This one has a bigger visual impact and dominates the space.Continue to 3 of 20 below.
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While some marble can appear subtle and understated, that isn't the case for all designs. This black and white marble bathroom from Sire designs proves how this type of marble can create a striking contrast that looks like a piece of art in and of itself.Continue to 4 of 20 below.
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Modern Marble Bathroom With Subway Tile
Marble certainly knows how to accentuate a modern style—just take a look at this bathroom from Mary Patton Design. The subway tile with dark grout creates a crisp, sharp backdrop with golden hardware and mounted sconces. Yet, it's the marble vanity with veins of blue and gold that really captures your attention.Continue to 5 of 20 below.
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Bathroom With Different Marble Colors
This bathroom by Marie Flanigan Interiors uses two marbles, white with grey veins and white with brown veins, for a modern, sleek look that highlights the clean white overall design. Note the way the shower door is framed with the stunning marble, in addition to the rest of the shower inside. The separate tub is perfect for relaxing with a great book and some bubbles.Continue to 6 of 20 below.
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Dark Marble Contemporary Bathroom
Are your tastes a little... darker? This dark marble might just do the trick. This bathroom from Brophy Interiors presents a contemporary design that features the beautiful details of this darker type of marble. The black walls provide an ideal contrast with the white counter and tub, contributing to the minimalistic theme that radiates throughout the room.Continue to 7 of 20 below.
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Marble Floor With Freestanding Tub
Creating a spa-like experience in your bathroom can be easier than you think. This bathroom by Burchard Design Co. proves that. The marble tile bathroom floor is elegant, yet with the addition of the freestanding bathtub and tree trunk accent table, the place feels more like a relaxing spa than your run of the mill bathroom.Continue to 8 of 20 below.
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Matching Marble Accents
Marble can also be used in more accent designs, like this glam bathroom by Marie Flanigan Interiors shows. The shower already radiates the marble design well, yet the small alcove with shelving also matches the rest of the space, allowing it to seamlessly blend in without distraction yet still function well for light storage.Continue to 9 of 20 below.
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Luxurious Colorful Marble Bathroom
This beautiful, bright marble bathroom by Jules Interior shows what's possible when mixing marble style, color, and veining. The subtle white on the floor helps open up the room, and the black marble door creates a striking contrast. However, the green wall serving as a backdrop to the vanity is an absolute show stopper. Completing the look with golden fixtures and hardware creates a luxurious atmosphere that's as stylish as it is gorgeous.Continue to 10 of 20 below.
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All-Over Modern Marble Bathroom
Sometimes, using the same tile size and color can also work. This primary bathroom from Kendall Wilkinson Design shows the delightful way that an all-over marble bathroom creates a cohesive look without feeling overwhelming. The glass doors allow the marble shower to be showcased rather than hidden away, and the uniqueness of the curved vanity cannot be overstated.Continue to 11 of 20 below.
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Glam Marble Bathroom
If marble can be a theme, this bathroom by Maire Flanigan Interiors would be its best example. By putting marble tile on the floors and walls with matching countertops, marble makes a name for itself. Transparent surfaces, like the shower, open up the space. The all-over marble brings a sense of understated luxury, highlighted by the full-length mirror against the wall.Continue to 12 of 20 below.
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Marble Bathroom With Silver Accents
While gold is a popular accent to pair with marble, silver should not be overlooked. Take this bathroom by Kendall Wilkinson Design, for example. The silver clawfoot bathtub, the legs on the glass table, and the separate shower all mesh perfectly with the marble bathroom walls and floor. The color palette creates an almost monochromatic scheme that offers cool tones and a polished feel.
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Marble Subway Tile
A stunning way to blend together a love of subway tile and marble, this shower space from Marie Flanigan Interiors is dripping in elegance. The freestanding tub within the shower, as well as the wall-mounted silver showerhead, compliment the minimalist design well.Continue to 14 of 20 below.
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Marble Bathroom With Wood Accents
Pairing marble with wood is a great way to bring the natural texture into your bathroom. Maite Granda proves our point here with the wooden palette wall behind the vanity, while the rest of the walls are covered in subtle marble. The wood helps warm the space and bring in some new texture rather than keeping things flat and monotonous.Continue to 15 of 20 below.
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Bathroom With Marble Wall and Sink
The marble floating sink and back wall already create a stunning atmosphere in this bathroom by Lucky Plot 13, but that's only the start. The pink brick wall inside the shower adds a dose of playful color, allowing the space to feel fresh and modern.Continue to 16 of 20 below.
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Large Marble Tile Bathroom
This classic primary bathroom with floor and wall marble tile proves that bigger can be better. The larger tile size provides some interesting flow and movement to the space, and the white freestanding bathtub with black accents ties together the polished look.Continue to 17 of 20 below.
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Black Marble Vanity
If you love the idea of dark marble but don't want to go overboard, try implementing it in smaller ways. The black marble floating sink adds just the right dose of drama without overpowering the space.Continue to 18 of 20 below.
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Small Warm Marble Bathroom
Combine warm wood and marble to keep your bathroom space from looking too cold and clinical. This design by LeClair Decor takes advantage of this advice by using a warm wood vanity and white counter with sleek marble walls. The black accents allow for a sharp contrast that keeps the space modern without feeling harsh.Continue to 19 of 20 below.
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Marble Paired With Wallpaper
Marble doesn't have to stand alone or only be paired with white. Pairing marble with decorative wallpaper, the way this bathroom from Mary Patton Design does, can allow both designs to be complemented without some dominating the space. Additionally, this can work really well if you prefer a more eclectic style.Continue to 20 of 20 below.
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Marble Half Wall
Working with uniquely shaped bathrooms can mean getting creative in design. This bathroom managed to include a wrap-around marble design yet kept it on the lower half of the wall. The results allow the architectural aspects of the room to shine while still adding plenty of marble throughout the space.