Three Chic Uses of Rare Marble In Luxury Developments

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There’s a reason marble is popular in interior design. Many developers and designers use white Carrera or Calacatta marble in their buildings to appeal to the widest possible audience, however, some designers are thinking outside the box by incorporating unique colored marbles. Here are three properties in New York that are using rare and colorful marbles and stones in their new properties to charm potential residents.

The Bryant

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Designed by David Chipperfield Architects, this penthouse in The Bryant is listed for $16.3M and has a double-height loggia overlooking the Empire State Building, however, it’s the fiery red jasper marble fireplace that is turning heads. Making a bold statement in the living room, the warm and inviting material features a dark red background, blushes of dark grey and crisscrosses of gold and cream colored veining.

200 East 21st Street

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Marble in a bathroom goes together like black and white, but this subtle purple-veined marble used in this residence is the combination you have been looking for. Listed at $4.25M, Residence 20A at 200 East 21st Street boasts 1,700 square feet, custom poliform kitchen, 8-foot bronze windows, and radiant heat flooring as well as the classic and sophisticated new outtake on marble in the bathroom.


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Here is another bathroom that incorporates unique marble. Unit34A in 53W53 is on the market for 9.675M and features a master bathroom clad in Noir St. Laurent marble, polished golden travertine and Verona limestone with a custom carved stone vanity and medicine cabinet. The master bath also features radiant heated floors and Dornbracht fittings and accessories.

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