Let's Play Marbles

Known for its solidity and neutral array of colors, marble is the perfect way to add a look of timelessness to your décor.

Lauren Bell - July 2017

Let's Play Marbles

Known for its solidity and neutral array of colors, marble is the perfect way to add a look of timelessness to your décor.

Lauren Bell - July 2017


Godinger Gatherings marble and wood cheese board ($74) at Curiosity. -David Colwell
Marble salt and pepper bowls ($66.50) at Curiosity. -David Colwell
Creative Co-op marble coasters ($18) at Su Casa. -David Colwell
Paddywax tobacco and patchouli candle ($30) at Becket Hitch. -David Colwell
Tozai Home marble frame ($34) at Becket Hitch. -David Colwell
Fish marble serving plate ($25) at Su Casa. -David Colwell
Threshold bottle stoppers ($5.99 each) at Target. -David Colwell
Threshold lamp ($34.99) at Target -David Colwell
Threshold marble rolling pin ($14.99) at Target. -David Colwell
Ram on marble ($248) at The House Downtown. -David Colwell
Marble bowl ($297) at The House Downtown. -David Colwell




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