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High/Low: Marble-Topped Coffee Tables

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High/Low: Marble-Topped Coffee Tables

Izabella Simmons March 07, 2014

In honor of Michelle’s one-of-a-kind marble cocktail table (see Domestic Dispatches: The Allure of the One of a Kind), we did some sleuthing and found a trio of appealing options–very similar in looks (both have marble tops with wooden bases) but at different ends of the price spectrum. 

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Above: The Atlas Coffee Table with an Arabescato (marble) top by NYC designer Brad Ascalon features a solid base made from North American black walnut; the table is currently on sale at Design Within Reach for $1,585.25 (down from $1,865). The table top also comes in black marble and travertine.

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Above: The Free Range Coffee Table features a honed marble top with a base of solid walnut joined with brass hardware; $699 from BluDot. 

 

Above: A third option, West Elm’s Reeve Mid-Century Coffee Table with a Marble top is currently on sale for $399 (down from $499). 

Considering marble in the kitchen? See our latest Steal This Look: Glamorous London Kitchen from a Designer with “Shit Loads of Talent.” And here’s Michelle’s post on her adventures with marble: My Dirty Secret: How I Learned to Live with a Marble Backsplash

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