We’ve been planning our Trends Issue, so we thought we’d share one our favourite surface trends of the season: Marble. This versatile treatment has left its humble beginnings as a mere surface application to move onto bigger things – trays, linen, prints, furniture and accessories. Here we show you our Top 10 marble items to covet:

1. Bed Linen, MRP Home R299.99 – R499.99

Add a little luxury to your bedding with this 100% cotton marble ensemble. Throw in some chic solid black or white pillows underneath your set ones for added drama and to break up the print.


2. Serving Tray, MRP Home R159.99

Plain wooden trays are boring. Instead, impress your guests with this slick serving tray, or use it to display treasured items.


3. Digital Scatter Cushion, MRP Home R119.99

With elements of stone, marble and metal, this scatter has all your trend requirements covered.


4. Mila Platter, Country Road, R699

We adore this two-tone marble platter, perfect as is or for displaying tapas, fruit and little bites for your guests.


5. Utensil Holder, Country Road, R349

Keep that kitchen counter tidy with this simple, minimalist utensil holder. We love it on its own as a decorative piece or vase.

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6. Wall Clock, Country Road, R699

You needn’t be able to tell the time with this clock, but it’s just too pretty to ignore.

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7. Raw Oak Server, Lim, R11 990

For the dining room or foyer, this server offers clean lines and gentle marble tones for interest.


8. Walnut Side Table, Lim, R7 590

A couple of these at different heights hits the multi-side table trend on the head.


9. Spice Grinder, Crema Designs, POA

This may too pretty to use, but surely everyone needs a gold and marble spice grinder? We adore this one!

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10. Globe Table Lamp, Crema Designs, POA

For a bold statement, this table lamp offers drama and focus to your space.

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Take a look at our Marble Kitchen Trends and these gorgeous Calcarea Ceramic Vessels Made From Recycled Marble Dust