That is a delicious looking island. Nothing like marble instead of wood when it comes to a paneled look, base moulding, etc. Outstanding!
Its not a vertical surface, but I think the veining in this countertop is stunning, not to mention that crisp extra-thick edge.
Not a single vertical surface is untouched with marble here. The tiled effect is simple, yet beautiful. I could move right in to this kitchen.
I didn't think I could love this space any more, then I saw it from another angle! The tiled niche is genius, and cleverly integrates with the adjacent room.
This space isn't as dramatic as some, but is perhaps a little more "attainable". Marble tile is a more economic choice than slabs, and I love how it continues up the tub for a seamless effect.
Speaking of dramatic though, this bathroom makes my heart beat a little bit faster. The custom touches like that marble sink, as well as the vent covers made from marble slab really set the space apart and elevate it to a beautiful level of modern. Plus, I love the warm gray veining that this particular marble offers.
This apron front sink really caught my eye. A sleek look with a nod to tradition that doesn't say "farm sink" at all.
I'm sure there's no storage to speak of underneath this vanity, but the thing is so stunning I wouldn't care at all!
I'm loving these marble shelves peeking out from that stone column. So monolithic and modern, but the visual texture from the marble adds just the right amount of relief.
And finally, a little portfolio piece from my own pursuit of this glorious stone. My bathroom from our former home--hexagon marble tile for the backsplash, and Carrara floors and countertop.
I miss it terribly :)