…favorite things friday: marble top tables

I finished up a few marble-top tables recently. I think marble, vintage tables are so simple, but offer such class to a space. Usually you will find a wood base, which can be ornate or simple and then a cut of a Carrara or other white veined piece of marble on top. The marble is heavy and is cut to fit the base.

Here is one of the tables that I brought out of my Luckett’s space yesterday. Did you know that you can call in to the shop and buy a piece and they will hold it for you until you can pick up?!

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I love how a base like this looks in Paris Grey. I believe I priced it about $250. There is also a matching smaller one out there too.

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FYI – I have just purchased several Santos dolls that I will be putting in my space at Luckett’s as soon as they come in.

Let’s check out how marble-tops look in home-y spaces.

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I think marble is such a clean, classy look even when not found in the kitchen!

 

Comments

  1. Thank you for being such an inspiration! I just love your style! I watch your videos before I begin my painting projects and they give me direction and confidence. I was wondering if you have tried the “wet wax” tecnique? I wanted that white washed look with some pieces and my stockist told me to give that a try. I can’t find any videos though.
    Thank you and be well!
    Cynthia

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