Is there any material in the world of home design so spellbinding and coveted as marble? With its endless potential for mix-and-match styling, marble lends itself particularly well to modern interiors. One of our favourite places for marble is the kitchen, where its diverse tones, textures, and grains bring a unique, modern aesthetic with timeless appeal. From Calacatta, with its mesmerising veins of grey winding through pristine white, to Negro Marquina, moody and dark with lightning bolts of stark ivory, marble is some kind of magic. Scroll now to see 20 of the most stunning modern marble kitchens. Just try to pick a favourite.
A grey-tone marble island and matching countertops is the ideal serene complement to not-quite-white cabinetry and light wooden flooring.
Here, a Carrara marble island feels sunny and young when paired with cheerful, whimsical pieces.
Oak cabinetry and flooring in an Aspen home pairs stunningly with uniquely textured ash-and-white tone marble.
Proof marble can function as a neutral, it pairs with wood, gleaming brass, and matte black effortlessly. The subtle texture is the perfect addition.
A wood-grain and white marble island has an organic, earthy air in this bright kitchen.
Paired with clean black elements, high-contrast white marble makes a striking impact.
Airy and organic is the name of the game in this kitchen. Subtle grey veining on the kitchen island is the subtlest of statements.
Golden veins lend the marble in this kitchen a soft, striking, and sculptural quality.
This marble’s varying grayscale serves as the main centrepiece of this modern London kitchen.
The traditional-meets-modernist style of this kitchen is anchored by its subtle marble panel backsplash.
This minimal kitchen is a stunning example of the austere beauty of the stone.
An impressively oversized counter in hypnotic black marble has a gallery-like sculptural effect in this kitchen.
Here, a two-inch slab of Calacatta marble tops the walnut island and pulls in the grey tone of the facing accent wall.
A brass island with cerused oak cabinetry and marble countertops make this Kelly Wearstler-designed kitchen a truly commanding design statement.
The unusual pink and slate tones of this marble work beautifully with the navy cabinetry and dark wooden elements.
Sage-hued marble lends this spacious Hamptons kitchen an unexpected, country-inflected modernity.
A polished black marble slab complements the moody air of this dramatic kitchen area designed by James Dawson.
So, did you pick a favourite? Tell us in the comments!