Modern Marble Coffee Tables: 9 Of My Current Favorites


I received a few inquiries last week about marble coffee tables, I thought I would make a selection of 9 really nice and affordable ones. Let me know which is your favorite.

Svante Black and White Marble Coffee Table

The beauty of this table is the ‘yin yang’ effect. I love how it has 2 marble types and a trendy gold/brass frame. It goes with most interior styles, gives a bit of a  retro vibe.

  • Svante Marble Coffee Table
  • Top: Black & white marble top
  • Base: Gold color finish stainless steel edge frame & feet
  • Dimensions: Diameter 80cm x H 37.5cm
  • Every marble top is unique.
  • W 31.5″ / D 31.5″ / H 14.76″ / 58.2 lb.


Kuhl Marble Coffee Table

This is a more refined style of table, it can elevate a space immediately with its clean lines and lovely materials.

  • Top Material: Marble / Granite
  • Base Material: Metal

16” H x 55” L x 30” W

Madison Park Rockport Coffee Table

I chose this because it is a classic, it goes with many contemporary style homes.

  • Coffee Table: 44″ W x 22″ D x 17″H
  • Table Top: 44″W x 22″D x 1.125″T
  • Leg Size: 1.57″W x 0.39″D x 15.75″H
  • Front leg to leg: 40.5″
  • Stretcher to stretcher: 19″

Louve Rectangle Coffee Table, Rectangular Marble Top, Brushed Gold Base, Black

Loved the marble on this one, a piece of art on its own.

  • Natural marble top
  • Marble top colors: White or Black
  • Elegant style
  • Works great in any room
  • Durable stainless steel base in brushed gold finish
  • Contemporary design
  • Solid construction
  • Marble vein patterns and intensity are natural and do vary
  • Overall product dimensions: 48L x 24W x 15.8H

Vargo Hexagonal Lacquer Sealed Coffee Table

  • Dimensions (inches): 17H x 28W x 28D
  • Material: Sheet Metal,Marble Top,PU,Nickel Coating
  • Color: Lacquer Sealed,Polished Gray
  • Collection: Vargo
  • Size/WeightW 28″ / D 28″ / H 17″ / 53 lb.
  • Materials: Sheet Metal, Marble Top, PU, Nickel Coating

Carraway Modern Triangular Marble Coffee Table, Green

Green marble is gorgeous, changes the whole mood of a living room. Acts as an accent piece with regards to both its shape and color.

  • Green marble top
  • Powder-coated steel frame
  • Brass-colored finish
  • Leg height: 13.5″
  • Location use: Indoor only
  • Dust with a soft, dry cloth
  • Blot spills immediately
  • Coaster use is recommended
  • Do not use abrasive cleaning products

Modrest Dorian Black Marble & Ebony Square Coffee Table

Beautiful marble, lovely details on the legs, how the lower glass shelf complements it is really nice.

  • Black & White Genuine Marble Top
  • Ebony Wight High Gloss Finished Shelf
  • Rosegold Stainless Steel Legs
  • Some Assembly Required

Mink Coffee Table, Black Wood Vein Marble, Brushed Gold Stainless Steel

This comes in different finishes, but do you notice a theme here? I am loving exotic elegant marble with gold/brass frames, just exquisite!

  • Marble top
  • Brushed stainless steel or
  • Matte black powder coat steel base
  • Size : 50 1/2 x 26 1/2 x 15”

Grid Coffee Table, Gold and White Marble

Grids and baskets are very much in trend, and this cute table incorporates this style. If you like a funkier design, this should work really well with most interiors.

A tapestry of dimensional metalwork forms the foundation of this table

  • Earth friendly – constructed using hand forged recycled steel
  • Suitable for any indoor location
  • W 36″ / D 36″ / H 16″ / 22.5 lb

Hope you liked my selection, let me know what you think!

6 Replies to “Modern Marble Coffee Tables: 9 Of My Current Favorites”

  1. Hi Sahar,
    Woooo you have done it again!
    There is a table for every taste and design. The one more unique than the other.
    I love the Dorian black marble one, the one with the extra space at the bottom and that’s the reason. Love the square design too.
    How do you keep them clean and how to get rid water marks please advice?
    Thank you.
    Bush Lady

    1. Glad you liked them!
      Marble is delicate especially the lighter colors. White marble, in particular, is very absorbing. Some are already treated, some are not and we just have to be careful as we are with our carpets, sofas etc.. I prefer to always use coasters. For darker marble, it is a bit more forgiving. Deep cleaning methods vary depending on the type of stain. Usually, mixtures with baking soda or hydrogen peroxide are used.
      Thank you!

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