ISSUE 4  |  House Envy

10 Easy Pieces: Marble-Top Dining Tables

January 28, 2015 10:00 AM

BY Julie Carlson

There’s something very pleasing about marble paired with wood; these 10 tables are rustic yet refined, sturdy yet elegant.

Above: The Carve Table from Welsh designer Bethan Gray (a Tom Dixon protégé) has a white Carrara marble top and solid maple base with turned legs; contact her directly for ordering information.

Above: The A-Joint Table can be ordered with either polished aluminum or bronze A-joints and with a custom marble top; for information, go to Henry Wilson in Australia.

Above: The Arin Table from French marble company Retegui has a wafer-thin Carrara marble top made possible via precision milling and bonding techniques. Go to Retegui for dealer information.

Above: The large Mapp Table, designed by Vincent Chia for Air Division, is available with a black walnut frame (shown here) or a white-painted maple or white oak frame with a Carrara marble top; $3,510 from Design Within Reach.


Above: Conran’s 275-centimeter (9-foot) wide Wardour Carrara Marble Top Dining Table with a white oiled solid oak base is currently on sale for £5,000 ($7,582), marked down from £6,250.

Above: The 72-by-42-inch Marble Top/Elm Base Dining Table from Crate & Barrel is $1,719 (other sizes available as well).

Above: The six-seater, 110-centimeter Rectangular Table has a Carrara marble top; £275 ($417) from John Lewis.

Above: The Finisterre Marble Oak Table with a Carrara marble top from Belgian company Heerenhuis is also available from UK company Different Like a Zoo.

Above: The 54-inch-wide, marble-top Paradigm Dining Table is $899 from CB2.

Above: Room & Board’s 72-inch Linden Table with Venatino marble top and walnut base is $2,099. The design is available in four other woods as well and other tabletop options.

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