By now, we all know that Millennial Pink took the design world—and our social media feeds—by storm. And while that shade of pink wins the popularity contest, we've been seeing an even more Instagram-worthy subtrend cropping up: pink marble décor. Once we saw a few examples of this luxe, texture-rich material fused with the unexpectedly versatile and energetic color, we knew we needed to find more pink marble ideas. Think swirls of cotton-candy, pale peach, lilac, coral, and blush jewel tones. If you want to bring this design trend home or you want to feast your eyes on a fresh batch of visual delight, allow the pink marble ideas below to lead the way to your next interior design crush.
With a glowing, ethereal mirror and stunning pink marble features, it simply doesn't get dreamier than this bathroom. We love the juxtaposition between the lighter shade of pink marble in the sink and the bubblegum-pink wall.
When you're trying to come up with a color palette that will complement a peachy-pink marble backsplash, consider pale champagne tones mixed with metallic rose-gold, deep blue-green, and bright aqua hues. The result is stunning.
This pink marble countertop in the guest bathroom is an unexpected pop of personality. Less moody than a green or black marble slab yet more unexpected than the classic pearly shades, it strikes the perfect balance.
When you aren't looking to invest in a full-on wall of marble or you aren't embarking on a remodel anytime soon, bring in pink marble with accent pieces. Though subtler than statement surfaces and fixtures, pink marble vases, catch-alls, and candlestick holders can do the trick. Here's another example of how good it looks against shades of turquoise.
Though the impeccable vignette above is in a commercial space, you can still take style notes for your own home. In fact, we can see this as inspiration for a fashion-forward dining nook with a luxe built-in velvet banquette.
Why settle on one shade of marble when you can incorporate several? We love the dynamic effect of the layered marble shelving, which also features marbled vases and bowls and picks up on the earth-toned marble tray on the coffee table. To create even more depth, the designer chose to work with brass and burl wood surfaces for a one-of-a-kind texturescape.
Calling all maximalists—this space exudes an air of confidence, whimsy, and creativity like no other. We love the contrast between the cobalt blue chairs, pale peach painted brick wall, and olive green tones, and the bold black-and-gold light fixture ties the space together.
As much as we love how baby pink pops against rich shades of chocolate brown, we're really digging the way this pearly pink marble kitchen plays up the cooler, silvery undertones. So if rose-gold or bronze fixtures and fittings feel too warm in your home, take notes from this bright space.
The sophisticated countertops and backsplash in this bathroom are perfect examples of a distinctive marble tone that's also timeless. Use this as a blueprint for finding your marble if you just want a hint of pink.
The black matte minimalist features in this bathroom toughen up the brassy finishes and pink marble statement pieces. The lack of décor and wall art is also a great way to keep our eyes focused on the beauty of the raw materials while also maintaining clutter-free counters.
If you've committed to rich lavender and orchid-hued marble walls in the kitchen, bring out those gorgeous flecks of color with bubblegum-pink cookware and rose-gold accents. The light hardwood floors are a great way to soften things up too.
Though not quite as saturated as some of the other pink marble ideas, this bathroom sink from @robsonrakarchitects boasts a subtle silver-toned pink that's played up by the pink flowers and rose-gold faucet.
With spirals of deep grays and muted cotton-candy tones, this bathroom counter is striking. We love the choice of wallpaper, which reflects the natural patterns as well as the color scheme.
Navy blue, rich oak paneling, and simple white countertops make the coral-pink marble backsplash subtler and more liveable. To honor the spirit of lightheartedness and fun, bring in pastel tableware and décor.
Consider this your inspiration for pink marble ideas that are all grown-up. With rich earth tones and sophisticated shades of beige, this little nook designed by @robsonrakarchitects proves hat pink marble offers endless versatility.
For just a touch of pink marble, take style notes from the dining room above. The rose-gold details, blond grains of wood, and denim blue chairs blend beautifully with the pink marble planter and table base. The wall art ties everything in the room together, while the tall cactus brings in a casual edge.