17 Gorgeous Marble Looks for Your Dream Kitchen

With its crisp white hue, marble offers a bright and welcoming look that’s both chic and modern. Whether you dream of a simple update to a traditional space with marble backsplash or the ultimate sophisticated kitchen with marble and copper everything, this kitchen trend is here to stay. You can bring out the natural detail in the marble by pairing it with blue or slate gray cabinetry. Or for a more colorful, modern look, mix a lighter white marble and white cabinets with bold dishware. The options are endless! Scroll on through for some of our fave marble-riffic kitchen looks.


1. Romance Refined: A marble countertop and custom shelf hold an array of blush pink and gold accents in this kitchen #shelfie, creating the perfect mix of feminine sophistication. (via Bella Mumma)


2. Waterfall Marble: Waterfall-style countertops look that much more chic when made with white marble. Gray cabinetry balances out this look without feeling too harsh, and lets the beautiful marble island take center stage. (via Design Milk)


3. Clean Lines: It doesn’t get any more mod than this clean-lined kitchen with its expansive marble backsplash. A trio of copper pendant lights complete the look oh-so well. (via Houzz)


4. Stylish and Inviting: Warm wood floors provide the perfect complement to this all-white kitchen, featuring round-edge marble countertops, white cabinetry and a stunning box-beam ceiling. (via Lauren Conrad)


5. Green and Industrial: With a built-in planter in the center of the island, the mix of greenery provides a lovely contrast to the simple, rustic style of this industrial kitchen. (via Houzz)


6. Minimalist Chic: This minimalist Parisian kitchen is just effortlessly stylish. From the gray-veined marble backsplash to the herringbone floors, this space is all about beautiful details. (via Domaine Home)


7. Statement Island: Pairing crisp white marble with a pop of color makes for one beautiful combination. The painted blue cabinetry in this gorgeous white kitchen draws the attention to the most important part of the room: the expansive island. (via Home Stratosphere)


8. Retro Simplicity: Of-the-moment honeycomb tile in luxe marble brings just the right amount of trendy detail to this minimalist kitchen. (via Remodelista)


9. Sophisticated Contrast: Offset herringbone wood floors and gold hardware warm up this sun-drenched white kitchen, complete with marble counters and white subway tile. (via Grey and Scout)


10. Bright and Feminine: Sometimes marble calls for a little extravagance. Case in point: the gorgeous chandelier and gold hardware in this ultra-feminine kitchen. (via Style Me Pretty)


11. Airy Elegance: An expansive oriental rug defines the space in this open and airy kitchen. For the backsplash, marble adds the perfect amount of subtle detail in an otherwise all-white design. (via Planet Deco)


12. Modern and Urban: Here, countertop-to-ceiling subway tile creates quite the dramatic finish in this gray-toned kitchen, while a modern marble table ties the look together just right. (via Lonny)


13. Black and White Chic: Go for contrast with black cabinetry, white countertops and a marble tile backsplash. The black kitchen accessories bring the look together, while gold hardware adds a much-needed hint of glamour. (via Lonny)


14. Marble Tile Makeover: This updated kitchen, featuring marble subway tile and crisp white cabinetry, feels so fresh and stylish. See how this blogger made the transformation from a standard builder kitchen to this contemporary space. (via Go Haus Go)


15. Casual and Colorful: A rainbow of kitchen accents, from mismatched dishware to colorful canisters, stand out that much more when paired with marble countertops and a white backsplash. (via My Old Country House)


16. Stylish Storage: In this modern yet family-friendly space, exposed storage and built-in shelving in a warm-toned wood provide the perfect complement to crisp marble tile. The waterfall-style peninsula and matching marble backsplash also work to create a seamless finished design. (via Elements of Style)


17. Country Chic: Can’t decide on subway tiles or solid marble? Use BOTH. They make quite the unexpected pairing in this rustic, country-chic kitchen. (via Lonny)