36 Marvellous Marble Kitchens That Spell Luxury

Many kitchens offer white, wood, and chrome features. What many don’t boast is a touch of marble. Indicative of the luxurious and uber-sophisticated, marble is a textile most kitchens only dream of. Whether black-speckled or white-streaked, each marble panel is different and bespoke, with no marbled effect appearing the same. Not just for splashbacks and benches, watch as marble adorns chairs, flooring, and even a touch of the ornamental. These thirty-six kitchens show a myriad of ways in which marble can add class and sophistication to a kitchen, creating a truly luxurious cooking and tasting space.


Visualizer: M3 Architecture  

This white kitchen breaks it up, with white marble streaking grey against a minimal backdrop. Taupe cabinetry and wood-and-charcoal chairs help mix the palette, while white decorations float to the ceiling.


Designer: Arent & Pyke  

Made bolder by rose gold and varnished wood, grey-and-white marble swathes itself over this contemporary space. Black stencil stools and a bonzai tree add focus.


Visualizer: Stanislav Borozdinskiy  

Embrace your artistic side with block-shaped marble. Grey-threaded marble reflects in a splashback, while an extractor fan and papier mache lighting join the party.


Visualizer: Monika Siwińska  

Go monochromatic with white marble, broken by black. This all-white kitchen features two walls in the texture. A three-pronged light and quilted black couch draw the eye.


Visualizer: Daniel Nagaets  

Evoke the mood of the boudoir in a space for eating. This lightly-veined marble wall and bench are backgrounded by plains of white cabinetry. Black chairs stencilled in white sit lit by a jellyfish chandelier.


Visualizer: Sergey Galochkin  

This modern kitchen incorporates many elements. A marble splashback is joined by taupe and white cabinetry, an LED chandelier and clear acrylic dining chairs.


Visualizer: Stanislav Lukianchuk  

There’s nothing like marble to introduce the classic kitchen. French panelling in black and white joins marble in grey and white, creating a modern twist on your mother’s childhood space. Black stencil drop lighting makes it modern.


Visualizer: Ngurah Arya  

Minimalist with a touch of interest, this marble splashback does the work for a kitchen clad in white panelling.


Visualizer: Elena Ovcharenko  

The Scandinavian works well with marble, too. White walls and wooden floors match with a lightly-marbled splashback, bench and table for an understated effect. Stencil wooden features add elegance.


Visualizer: TOL’KO interiors  

A darker, film noir kitchen can also house marble. A block marble bench sits before textured grey walls and charcoal cabinetry, lit by oval hanging lights. Green velvet chairs mark the foreground.


Visualizer: Jakub Komrska  

Marble is the perfect partner for clean lines. This block bench and mini splashback act in harmony with a low-hanging extractor fan, flat black utilities and mid-wooden cabinetry.


Designer: Elizabeth Hattersley Design  

A fusion of styles also houses marble. Another marble block bench meets monochrome cabinetry – with a few wooden accents.


Designer: Palmerston Design Consultants  

Floored and backed in marble, this monochromatic masterpiece features a bench in Snow White Quartz. Two different marbles join in a porcelain marble floor and authentic Statuario splashback.


Visualizer: Elena Ovcharenko  

Light-gold in hue, this dark and dangerous kitchen is where storms are brewed. Clad in top-to-toe marble, a constellation chandelier lights the space.


Designer: Minosa Design  

Marble doesn’t have to be the feature. This kitchen, striking in varnished wood-panelling, adds a lightly-stroked marble façade as a finishing touch.


Architect: Chamberlain Javens Architects  

Black blocks feature in a range of materials in this black kitchen. With a block bench streaked in pencil-thin white, who wouldn’t want to come to dinner?


Visualizer: Tomek Michalski  

This marble kitchen goes a shade darker, in top-to-toe dark hues. A concrete floor and upper encase a textured wallpaper and stunning marble slab, the multi-coloured masterpiece of the room.


Designer: De Rosee Sa  

Create your own eatery in shades of beige, grey and marble. An oblong marble table with low-lying splashback creates a subdued, sophisticated space. Two hanging glass lights dim the area.


Source: Tyler Mandic  

Get on trend with grey-and-white marble for your benchtop and floor. Framed by unique black stencil lighting, white cabinetry backs a stylish place for cooking.


Visualizer: Révélateur Studio  

This all-white kitchen is grounded in marble, a floor easy-to-clean and hiding marks. Taupe-grey chairs introduce white-lacquered cabinetry beside a vase of tulips.


Visualizer: Raya Todorova  

Grey marble need not look cold. This charcoal and marble façade accented by light wood, rose gold and pops of red is a sure way to get the tastebuds going.


Designer: Talcik & Demovicova  

Blend the classic and modern with this marble-benched space. A Florentine plaster ceiling frames dark wooden cabinetry, black-and-gold stools and a sprig of white florals. An alternating floor retains interest.


Designer: Fiona Lynch  

Monochrome speaks again in this modern kitchen. Grey marble elements meet stark black features and wooden stools, yielding maximum impact.


Architect: ExtraArchitecture  

Grey is the colour of the moment. Marble shows its depth, in a framed bench and splashback mottled in a range of grey hues. Light wood and glass give it space.


Designer: GABBE  

Resplendent in panelling, this kitchen uses marble as a design feature. Strips of varnished wood in a ceiling and under-bench meet mottled marble in a wrap bench and splashback. White cabinetry provides a canvas.


Designer: Studio Melesi  

Another panelled gem, this kitchen’s unusual shape is best set in marble. A long, varnished corridor results in marble in streaked grey, framing two thirds of a wall and two squared-off kitchen spaces. A stove’s cubby hole get a second look in.


Designer: LSA  

Trying to find your kitchen’s X Factor? This kitchen knows it’s marble, grounded by sleek wooden floors and simple white cabinetry.


Designer: LSA  

Colour-contrast kitchens allow white marble to shine. Set on a polished wooden floor, lightly-streaked marble adorns a central table and kitchen bench. Black lamps hover over for emphasis.


Designer: Tyler Mandic  

Marble can also work well with colour. A surprising pair, a muted marble benchtop and floor compare and contrast with a six-piece oceanic scene.


Visualizer: Alexander Zenzura  

The marbled effect can stretch and elongate a space. This smaller-sized room uses marble as a feature and means of keeping the room light and bright.


Visualizer: Marina Tsishyna & Nastya Ivanchuk  

Light can change the effect of marble. This white and taupe kitchen shines a glow on inlet marble, making it warm. A marbled section above turns grey, while a paler shade covers the bench.


Designer: Woods Bagot  

Go minimalist with marble, white and chrome. This kitchen manages it admirably, as it bends and curves into simple geometric shapes.


Designer: Katty Schiebeck  

A kitchen doesn’t have to be conventional. This artistic space is anything but, with two director’s wooden chairs greeting a one-legged marble bench. 70’s wooden panelling frames an artful feature in the same material, while an oven hides underneath.


Designer: Katty Schiebeck  

Art deco and the Scandinavian collide in a light, artistic kitchen. Light wooden cabinetry and a zigazag floor hold an unusual marble frame, secured by one square and a golden tap. A matching splashback hides behind a triangular chandelier.


Designer: Metaform Architects  

More art gallery than kitchen, this marble slab is envy-worthy. Simple white cabinetry with LED lighting adds pizzazz to the space.


Designer: Barlow & Barlow Design  

The ornate meets diner in a marble bench finish. Black and gold cabinetry and black and white checkers ground a white-plastered, cacti-lined space.


Buy It: $ 24 for 24”x79”  

Marble not quite within your budget? Fake it ‘til you make it with this fake marble roll, easy to duraseal on any flat kitchen surface.


Buy It: $ 20 for 24″ x 78.7″  

Go back to black with this black-marble version, a charm in the darkest of kitchen interiors.

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