Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 11:53:49 AM. Marble. By Nikoleta Michel.
#1 Gloria Green Marble Side TableThis beautifully stylish marble side table is best for attaching a hint of luxury to your home. The round marble table top simply slots onto the sleek brass base, giving a beautiful surface for setting your cup of tea or a vase of flowers upon. Also obtainable with a white marble top.
#2 John Lewis & Partners Azra Marble Side Table, GreenIncrease your 'favorite' living roomwith our 'Azra side table'. Carefully builded with a stunning marble top, this 'pared‐ back' piece rests on stainless steel legs that have been lacquered in a smart brushed gold.
A worldy choice for a host of interior styles, it would create a timeless addition to your space.
#3 NESTOR Green Marble Square Side Table on a Metal BaseThe Nestor green marble side table on a 'metal base' is a magnificent design that merges a classic stuff with a conventional linear frame. Due to the nature of the beautiful Guatemalan marble, each table has it's own characteristic markings, creating each piece unique.
Created in Europe and exclusive to Habitat, the slender‐framed table is part of the Nestor range of 'skinny linear' occasional tables, available in different sizes and colours.
#4 Pearl (Side Table, Green Marble & Metallic)Gold and green must always be seen. That's a saying, right? Green marble on top, brass plating below, the Pearl leaves this allure material mix to it. Also the modern tripod design steals some of the limelight too‐it's just so easy that it could't help but stand out. We'd expect to get a few compliments on this little side table.
#5 Green Marble Verde Side TableThe Green Marble Verde Side Table is a Contemporary or Luxe style product. Contemporary style bridges the gap between traditional and modern. Pieces feature simple and clean lines with smooth surfaces without any carving or adornment. You could shop for more Contemporary or Luxe Side/End Tables in the Furniture section of our site.
#6 Black and Green Marble Coffee TableNature and geometry are at the nexus of the bits collection. From one extreme, found looking rocks are bisected by polished planes. At the other extreme, completely lacquered stone is broken by dissimilar marbles and colors. Fragments was devised at the quarry, where asymmetrical and organically shaped boulders are being adjusted into perfect industrial geometry.
The initial explanation of this comparison between the 'original rock' and the 'finished products', is in the group of work where 'rough' found boulders are bisected with planes of ideally finished and honed machine parts.
From this point more fine variations in concept occur. This is the case for the cross base dining table and coffee table.
The nice idea came from observing the process of turning raw blocks of stone into slabs to be utilized as surface. By using the quality of the end slab, both an irregular surface and a polished plane appear.
The asymmetrical surface makes a texture that invisibly becomes a 'technical joint' for the base, constructed from two regularly finished slabs, and cut from the same block.