Stone slabs don’t just have to be for your countertop or bathroom. There are a myriad of uses for a stone application. Accessories and furniture are a great example of how to add a little stone interest to a space (without having to reinforce walls or rip up your kitchen).

Kelly Wearstler is one of the most prolific designers of our time. When she opened up her flag ship boutique in Melrose, she created a collection of tables, light fixtures and accessories that all included marble accents in one form or fashion.

Kelly has created several collections of stone furniture and accessories. All the products fear either marble or alabaster. These accent pieces and tables below will a depth and luxury in a designed area. Here are some of the pieces below.


Growing up on the coast, in Myrtle Beach South Carolina, Wearstler says that raw textured materials have always inspired her — and they continue to inform her design work today. She has also created a series of pedal-stool tables in black and white marbles. They are elegant and a little irreverent.




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