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The Hard Stuff: Concrete & Marble

A material trend in home design



Faux, real, and always formidable, marble and concrete lend an air of substance to any room in the house and are a current trend in home design pieces. Check out these stylish details.

LOUIS XV GOES TO SPARTA ARMCHAIR (above) by Baleri Italia, $8,393; at Linea


APLOMB MINI PENDANT LAMP  in Concrete Gray by Foscarini, also available in White and Brown, $499 each; at Studio Como, Denver

 


HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE PANELS  starting at $20/square foot; Atelier B

 


ME TOO PENDANT 
by Paul Townsin, available in three finishes, $477; at Catapult Design

 


NOVA LAMP
, $450; Made Goods

 


DORSEY TABLE 
with Aged White Concrete finish, $5,700; Made Goods

“I saw an angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.” — Michelangelo


OPSIS KNIFE STAND
 in Carrara Marble by Iktinos Marmaron, $1,520; at MASS Beverly

 


MAD DINING TABLE 
by Marcel Wanders, $6,380; at Poliform

 


MARBLE MACBOOK SKIN 
in White, also available in Black, starting at $24.99; Uniqfind

 


PORCELAIN VASE 
(at left), $60; PORCELAIN PITCHER (at right), $100; CB2

 


GRANITE RUG
, 9" x 12", $12,420; Organic Looms, Denver

 


NUCLEAR PLANT CONCRETE FLOWER POT by Lyon Beton, $40; at Gessato

 


LUNAR MARBLE SERVING PLATE 
in Noir, also available in Blanc, $250; Calvin Klein Home

 


D’HAUTEVILLE CONCRETE STOOL 
by Lyon Beton, $369; at Gessato

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