Don’t Miss These Marble Coffee Tables on Bazaar

published Sep 27, 2019
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West Elm Marble Coffee Table – $400 or best offer – Perfect-condition marble coffee table from West Elm with bonus glass topper to protect the marble. Black metal box frame. Separates into 3 pieces for easy transport. $600 retail. – WASHINGTON, DC

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Blu Dot Large Scamp Marble Top Coffee Table – $300 or best offer – Blu Dot large Scamp coffee table. Solid carrara marble top. Black powder-coated steel frame. Less than a year old. Like new condition. Retails new for $599 + tax. – SHIPS

From Maxwell:

Dear Readers, 
What are you looking for? Check out our new 
Bazaar – the best place on the web for vintage designer furnishings and accessories directly from others in our community. Today, Sarah Lyon is sharing a gorgeous marble coffee tables for sale.

Best, M – CEO & Founder

Marble coffee tables are absolutely stunning in a number of different living room setups, whether your style leans more modern or classic. Lucky for you, there are two gorgeous marble options currently for sale on Bazaar from brands that we know and love — West Elm and Blu Dot (and you’ll save major $ compared to their retail prices!).

In my opinion, fall is the perfect season for a coffee table revamp–or, if you want to go all out, an entire living room redo. You’ll be staying inside more (hello, college football and the return of all of those juicy TV dramas!), so why not make your abode a little more welcoming?

Keep your coffee table styling simple by setting a candle, stack of favorite books, and a pretty tray on top, or get a bit more intricate and jazz it up with fun objects like a magnifying glass, some wooden beads, and the like. Coffee table styling is great because you can showcase your prized possessions–and your personality–but it’s easy enough to switch up the look whenever inspiration strikes (bookshelf styling and restyling, on the other hand, can be a huge time commitment!).

What are your thoughts on the above marble pieces? We’d love to hear how you’d style them in your own living space.