32 Spectacular Marble Kitchens That Exemplify Luxury and Elegance

32 Spectacular Marble Kitchens That Exemplify Luxury and Elegance

Marble is an epitome of luxury and sophistication. Anyone with marble kitchen is proud to show it off to anyone who visits their home.

What’s more, marble comes in a wide range of colors, making it easy to match with the rest of the home. Whether pink, black, yellow, or white, each marble panel radiates a unique effect.

And not only can it be used on countertops, backsplashes, and benches, but also flooring and other decorative touches. Check out these 32 fabulous marble kitchens and learn the various ways in which marble can add elegance, sophistication, and a luxurious feel to your kitchen.

Made bolder by rose gold and varnished wood, grey-and-white marble swathes itself over this contemporary space. Black stencil kitchen bar stools and a bonsai tree add focus.
Image Source: Arent & Pyke

 

Modern kitchen interior with a marble backsplash and island
Image Source: Stanislav Borozdinskiy

 

 This all-white kitchen features two walls in the texture. A three-pronged light and quilted black couch draw the eye.
Image Source: Monika Siwińska

 

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.
Image Source: Daniel Nagaets

 

This modern kitchen incorporates many elements. A marble backsplash is joined by taupe and white cabinetry, an LED chandelier and clear acrylic dining chairs.
Image Source: Sergey Galochkin

 

French panelling in black and white joins marble in grey and white, creating a modern twist
Image Source: Stanislav Lukianchuk

 

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

 

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.
Image Source: Elena Ovcharenko

 

A block marble bench sits before textured grey walls and charcoal cabinetry, lit by oval hanging lights. Green velvet chairs mark the foreground.
Image Source: TOL’KO interiors

 

This block bench and mini splashback act in harmony with a low-hanging extractor fan, flat black utilities and mid-wooden cabinetry.
Image Source: Jakub Komrska

 

A fusion of styles also houses marble. Another marble block bench meets monochrome cabinetry – with a few wooden accents.
Image Source: Elizabeth Hattersley Design

 

Floored and backed in marble, this monochromatic masterpiece features a bench in Snow White Quartz.
Image Source: Palmerston Design Consultants

 

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.
Image Source: Elena Ovcharenko

 

This kitchen, striking in varnished wood-panelling, adds a lightly-stroked marble façade as a finishing touch.
Image Source: Minosa Design

 

Black blocks feature in a range of materials in this black kitchen.
Image Source: Chamberlain Javens Architects

 

An oblong marble table with low-lying splashback creates a subdued, sophisticated space. Two hanging glass lights dim the area.
Image Source: De Rosee Sa

 

Framed by unique black stencil lighting, white cabinetry backs a stylish place for cooking.
Image Source: Tyler Mandic

 

his charcoal and marble facade accented by light wood, rose gold and pops of red is a sure way to get the taste buds going.
Image Source: Raya Todorova

 

A Florentine plaster ceiling frames dark wooden cabinetry, black-and-gold stools and a sprig of white florals. An alternating floor retains interest.
Image Source: Talcik & Demovicova

 

rey marble elements meet stark black features and wooden stools, yielding maximum impact.
Image Source: Fiona Lynch

 

Beautiful marble kitchen island
Image Source: ExtraArchitecture

 

Resplendent in paneling, this kitchen uses marble as a design feature.
Image Source: GABBE

 

This kitchen’s unusual shape is best set in marble
Image Source: Studio Melesi

 

Modern kitchen design
Image Source: 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.
Image Source: LSA

 

A surprising pair, a muted marble benchtop and floor compare and contrast with a six-piece oceanic scene.
Image Source: Tyler Mandic

 

This smaller-sized room uses marble as a feature and means of keeping the room light and bright.
Image Source: Alexander Zenzura

 

Minimalist marble kitchen design
Image Source: Woods Bagot

 

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.
Image Source: 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.
Image Source: Katty Schiebeck

 

More art gallery than kitchen, this marble slab is envy-worthy.
Image Source: Metaform Architects

 

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.
Image Source: Barlow & Barlow Design

 

Resources & Credits:

Arent & Pyke; Stanislav Borozdinskiy; Monika Siwińska; Daniel Nagaets; Sergey Galochkin; Stanislav Lukianchuk; Ngurah Arya; Elena Ovcharenko; TOL’KO interiors; Jakub Komrska; Elizabeth Hattersley Design; Palmerston Design Consultants; Minosa Design; Chamberlain Javens Architects; De Rosee Sa; Tyler Mandic; Raya Todorova; Talcik & Demovicova; Fiona Lynch; ExtraArchitecture; GABBE; Studio Melesi; LSA; Alexander Zenzura; Woods Bagot; Katty Schiebeck; Metaform Architects; Barlow & Barlow Design; Home designing.



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