Gone are the days where marble only makes an appearance in the kitchen as a counter top. The stone material has been trending in a big way recently, gracing everything from textiles to walls. We love how each marble piece is unique and fascinating due to the effect of the mineral deposit veins.

We pieced together some of our favorite uses of marble in home decor:

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