When most people hear marble, they think about pricey kitchen islands and Renaissance-style accents that look like they belong in a museum instead of a home. But the opulent stone, which the New York Times has named the material to watch this fall, can be carved and crafted into all manner of home decor.
And the best part? There are many ways to use it around your home without going broke (or turning your house into a Caesar's Palace look-alike).
Check out our favorite finds below.
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