Marble’s timelessness and beauty are celebrated all over the world, its grandiosity unparalleled. Used to create the most beautiful statues, memorials, and natural wonders of the world, it has long been seen as a powerful expression of wealth and excess, owing to the enormous elegance, consistency, and relative scarcity of stones (it is quarried directly from the crust of the earth and cannot be machine-replicated). However, the price tag can be a little overwhelming.
If you’re not exactly full of money but still want a taste of good life, enter a marble wallpaper (aka your new best friend). Yes, wallpaper can be costly. But we’re sure that these 8 trendy marble wallpapers are within one’s scope. Although you can use them to cover whole walls, consider them for smaller projects as well, such as lining the back of a bookcase, bringing a new life to a bedroom dresser, using them as photo mats, or even framing them as artwork. Just have the measuring tape ready: you’re going to need it. These marble wallpaper collections are sold in different widths, heights, dimensions, and repetitions.
Swirled Neutral Marble Wallpaper
Temporary wallpaper has come a long way—better adhesives mean that it’s no longer the bane of every interior designer (and contractor) life. Tempaper’s peel-and-stick wallpapers are easy to apply, easy to remove without ripping half of the wall, and come in loads of new, design-forward patterns like this bright, swirled version that looks like black and gold ink trails dropped into a tall glass of milk. In the right space, this paper reads like a neutral history.
One can never go wrong with Flavor Paper: the wabi-sabi qualities of this massive indigo-hued mural are just as sweet. Inspired by Japanese Kintsugi pottery, where broken pieces are glued together and mixed with powder-gold lacquer, this wallcovering features a marbled blue backdrop randomly interspersed with gold seams and is digitally printed on matte-vinyl and eco-friendly paper.
Rose Gold and Chocolate: a dream team. Use it in small amounts for only a touch of brooding drama, or go full-throttle and wrap up the powder room. Here, dark carbon and metallic accents comet to create chocolate swirls that look good enough to eat.
RoomMates is another removable marble wallpaper brand that gets it right, and before you completely commit, it also lets you try out swatches. This terrazzo print, while busy, will look so good as an accent wall in an all-white space; it’s just the visual texture you need without any excess of fluff.
RoomMates Multicolored Terrazzo Peel and Stick, $35
The removable wallpaper of Drop It Modern’s Peel & Place is still new and on-trend, and will not leave a sticky residue behind if you ever decide you want it gone (but you won’t). This blue and green futuristic tile design also looks slightly psychedelic and would be perfect for lining drawers and door panels in a coastal retreat and amazingly at home.
West Elm Drop It Modern Marble Print in Seafoam, $117
This wallpaper is all about the “art of the mix,” according to Dwell Studio. This green, the whirling pattern resembles the art promoted by the powerful Medici Family (thus the name) of Italy, showcasing the inner elements of classic marble by reinterpreting it in chic, modern colors.
This huge abstract-marble mural, impactful, fluid, and calm in one, makes a fantastic statement on its own. You wouldn’t have to do anything else on the walls with this. Its blue veining and white background also give off some important vibes of modern Chinoiserie.
Although this wallpaper begets a stylized version of natural stone, it seems to us very real: this dynamic pattern in the patchwork style looks exactly like overlapping parts of variegated onyx marble. The boldness and elegance of a dining room or entrance would profit from it.
York Wallcoverings Candice Olson Modern Nature, $100
These marble wallpapers will surely bring your home a fresh and chic look. Try them and you won’t regret it. Believe us! These marble wallpapers are fantastic living room wall decorating ideas to make a plain wall stunning and trendy. If you have like them, don’t hesitate to share them with your significant ones.
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