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5 Beautiful Marble Colours for Wet Rooms

Marble Colours for Wet Rooms

The reason why Marble has such huge appeal is because it is such a beautiful and high quality stone. Marble is also such a unique stone and is a completely natural stone, it does have an elegant, varied appearance in terms of its colouring and veining.

Marble is able to be used for a range of purposes with bathroom flooring and wet rooms being one of them, so let’s take a look at 5 of the most beautiful Marble colours to have for your wet room.

White Staturario

This Marble slab is one of our white colours within the range. The main colour is white with grey colouring and patterns. Perfect for anyone who is looking for a light and bright wet room, white also goes with almost any other colour out there so it is great if you do not want to change décor.

Golden Portoro

This Marble slab’s main colour is black, making it a very luxurious colour choice. On top of the black is a honey coloured pattern which makes it even more beautiful and elegant. As with a lot of our colours, black is a good choice as it also goes with almost any other colour out there – perfect for those who like to often change their décor and accessories.

Rain Forest Golden

Rain Forest Golden is a gorgeous colour that shouts ‘luxury’. As the name suggests, it is very golden and almost a caramel colour. On top of the indulgent caramel is white and brown veining.

Crema Marfil

Crema Marfil is one of our ivory colours within the Marble range but it is such a gorgeous creamy colour. On top of the cream is a faint pattern of darker cream. This colour is great for those who do not want a block colour but equally do not particularly want to have a vivid pattern or veining.

Crema Valencia

Crema Valencia is another one of our cream colours and it is such a beautiful colour and has been perfectly paired with veining that is almost purple in colour. It may sound a bit quirky, but it is definitely one you have to see to appreciate.