Why is white marble so popular?
1. It is eternally beautifulNeedless to say, white marble is timeless. It reigns unparalleled when it comes to aesthetics. It looks great and makes for some enviable Instagram posts. 2. Makes the room seem spacious The fair shade of white marble reflects light and visually expands the space. Even if you forego the conventional polished white marble and opt for a contemporary 3D surface finish, it only adds to the volume of the space. 3. Complements any theme White is a serene colour that complements almost any colour theme you choose for your home – right from wooden furniture to metallic décor, it is extremely versatile and pairs perfectly with almost anything. This is especially helpful if you plan to redecorate your home once in a while without taking apart the floors and walls altogether. 4. White exudes peace and calm. Home is where you find some peace of mind. And the cool white marble does just that. The chaste stone undeniably adds to a tranquil ambience, filling your soul with a sweeping sense of calm as soon as you step into the room. [caption id="attachment_329" align="aligncenter" width="876"] White marble radiates a matchless sense of peace and calm. (Monte Bianco)[/caption]
What’s new in white?Admittedly white marble is eternally beautiful, but is it always an immaculate, flawless white piece of marble that is the popular choice for adorning modern homes? No, it’s not. More and more homeowners are inching towards exquisite patterns and vibrant veins. Beyond the flawless white marble, designers and homeowners alike are embracing the veins and patterns on white marble such as Cat’s Eye and Statuario.
Indian white marble vs. Imported white marbleIndian marble such as Makrana white marble is hailed as superior – and why not, since it gave us wonders like Taj Mahal. However, they are now pretty common in Indian households. They don't catch the eye and often seem inconspicuous against the array of extraordinary imported marble. Moreover, sadly their authenticity is often questionable. Furthermore, the range of shades is limited as opposed to the world of shades of imported white marble. Since the marble’s place of origin doesn’t really factor into its properties, you can use imported white marble from any country to elevate your interiors. [caption id="attachment_337" align="aligncenter" width="876"] Explore the array of imported premium white marble at R K Marble. (Flawless White Marble)[/caption]
50 shades of white
Is the chaste white marble boring now?Not at all! If anything, flawless white marble is more popular than ever. This is due to its rarity to find, as well as the fact that its exemplary brilliance is reserved for certain aspects of a room. For instance, it’s not uncommon to see pure white marble in lavish living rooms and gorgeous places of worship in Indian households. Besides the flooring, flawless white marble is transforming the walls with exquisite 3D surface finishes. Embossed accents and patterns on the plain white marble add character to your interiors. With the right lighting, it also plays with shadows and reflects light in mystical, unexpected ways. [caption id="attachment_330" align="aligncenter" width="876"] Beyond flawless, the "imperfections" are what makes the marble perfect. (Statuario)[/caption]
Alternatives for white marble
- Beige marble offers a warmer shade of pearly white marble with many more vein patterns to choose from.
- Light grey marble resembles the silvery sheen of certain white marble without being as bright on the eyes.
- Light coloured marble, like cool blue and pink, are as serene and peaceful as white.