Carrara marble is a type of white stone with gray veins. From the city of Carrara, Italy, that’s the reason for its name. Currently, this noble material is exported to many countries where it is used in architectural projects and in interior decoration.

Inside, it brings sophistication and sophistication. It is one of the most expensive marbles for floors, and yet it is a must for many decorators. Its cost is proportional to its qualities, which range from beauty, easy maintenance, cleanliness, strength, and durability. The disadvantage is that it has a greater porosity than granite, which can be used internally or externally.


Because of its darker veins, the carrara marble must be used appropriately to blend in with the rest of the decor of the environment. It can usually be found in many bathroom countertops, but we can find it in different environments as well as floors and walls. Since the demand for this material is known, many companies have innovated and added accessories to their product range – all to add even more charm to their room.

See how you use Carrara marble in decoration with our incredible references that we separate:

Picture 1 – Carrara marble in the sink

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Photo 2 – Marble bench in the living room

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Figure 3 – Carrara marble in basin sink

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Picture 4 – Carrara marble in square slabs for bathroom box

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Photo 5 – Marble in kitchen countertops

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Picture 6 – Carrara marble in the suspended bathroom sink

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Figure 7 – Carrara marble in tile format for the wall

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Figure 8 – Marble in the modern sink

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Figure 9 – Carrara marble in the bathroom black and white

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Photo 10 – Carrara marble in the bathtub

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Picture 11 – Marble on raised bathroom floor

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Figure 12 – Carrara marble in tablet format

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Image 13 – Carrara marble in the modern kitchen

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Picture 14 – Marble in the box in the bathroom

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Image 15 – Carrara marble in the bathroom sink

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Picture 16 – Carrara marble in the bathroom faucet

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Picture 17 – Marble in a traditional bathtub

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Picture 18 – Carrara marble in the bathroom box with built-in niche


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Figure 19 – Carrara marble in the sink with rustic style

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Picture 20 – Marble in the middle with copper

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Figure 21 – Carrara marble in the bathroom partition

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Image 22 – Carrara marble in a candle holder

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Image 23 – Marble in kitchen countertops

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Image 24 – Carrara marble to support the glass tub in the bathroom

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Picture 25 – Carrara marble in the kitchen decoration

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Picture 26 – Marble in the bathroom tub

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Image 27 – Carrara marble in the pool floor

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Image 28 – Carrara marble in the side table top

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Figure 29 – Marble in black and white kitchen countertops

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Figure 30 – Carrara marble with wood in the bottom

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Image 31 – Carrara marble in the worktop

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Figure 32 – Marble in the toilet decoration

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Figure 33 – Carrara marble worktop with built-in sink

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Picture 34 – Carrara marble in the food holder

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Picture 35 – Marble in the bathroom stall

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Image 36 – Carrara marble suspended in a washbasin over a wooden bench

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Image 37 – Carrara marble worktop with a straight finish

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Picture 38 – Marble in the bathroom stall

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Picture 39 – Carrara marble in the flooring and large bathroom wall

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Picture 40 – Carrara marble in hexagonal and rectangular shape

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Picture 41 – Marble in the wall clock

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Figure 42 – Carrara marble in the cabinet door

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Picture 43 – Carrara marble in the fireplace mantle

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Picture 44 – Marble in the kitchen with white decoration

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Picture 45 – Bathroom with a view of the Carrara marble

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Figure 46 – Carrara marble in the bathroom with minimalist style

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Figure 47 – Marble in the large bathroom

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Picture 48 – Carrara marble in hexagonal shape

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Picture 49 – Carrara marble on bar counter

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Picture 50 – Marble in the hallway floor

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Picture 51 – Carrara marble in a decorative bowl

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Figure 52 – Carrara marble in small tablets for the kitchen feed

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Figure 53 – Carrara marble in the living room cladding

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