Stain-resistant but not stain-proof
Despite being stain-resistant, it isn’t completely stain-proof as spilled juice or wine that remains on the surface for long it could be absorbed into the material. Some substance such as strong cleaners or acidic or alkaline drink or food may have a corroding effect on the marble flooring. One way to resolve the stain problem, is to cover it with furniture or a beautiful rug.
Marble flooring can create an effortless elegance especially in the living room area. As it is available in many colors, ranging from white, black, brown and everything in between, picking the right shade of marble to suit your home is definitely not a problem.
Design: Collective Designs
Some home owners may choose to use it only in the living room where most of the socializing with guests will take place. Besides having it on the floor, marble can be also be used on kitchen countertops and even on walls to amp up the luxe factor.
Design: Cube Associate Design
Creates an air of opulence
Although traditionally used to create an air of opulence in the home, homeowners have now begun to experiment with the pairing of raw concrete walls and marble flooring to create a modern take on marble.
Design: Free Space Intent
Easy to clean
Marble floors are easy to clean. Messy spills and crayon marks by young children are also easy to clean up with just a damp towel. Nevertheless, it is still recommended to protect and finish your floors with a sealing protectant. Remember marble is stain-resistant but not stain-proof!
Design: Haire Living
Pair it with statement lights
Although a marble flooring can be paired with any lighting, to create a luxurious look, pick chandeliers or big statement lights to create a lavish touch to the home. One way you can do so is to focus on the dining area, especially if you love to host dinner parties and have your friends over.
Design: Lim Ai Tiong Architect