Elegant Rooms with Marble Flooring

Interior Decoration Design

Elegant Rooms with Marble Flooring

The marble-and-stainless-steel floor in the entrance hall of a Manhattan apartment is by Ferguson & Shamamian and Michael S. Smith, who collaborated on the home’s design. A Jean Dubuffet painting is displayed between a set of Marc Bankowsky sconces from Maison Gerard, and bronze mirrors by Robert Lemariey are mounted on the opposite wall.

In the same apartment, the master bath includes a pendant lamp by Delisle, a bespoke lacquered-metal vanity, and a marble-mosaic floor by Ferguson & Shamamian and Michael S. Smith.

The entrance area of a Louisiana house, which was designed by McAlpine Tankersley Architecture and decorated by McAlpine Booth & Ferrier Interiors, is paved with marble tile from Paris Ceramics.

At the Miami Beach villa of TV producer Douglas S. Cramer and artist Hubert Bush, a bath boasts a black marble floor with quartz inlay; the tub fittings are by Lefroy Brooks.

A Greenwich, Connecticut, home’s dressing area features resin-and-metal doors crafted by Based Upon; the chair is by Paul Mathieu, and the marble floor is by Paris Ceramics.

In the kitchen of a New York townhouse, the table by Paul Evans is accompanied by a Pamplemousse Design banquette, upholstered in a Holly Hunt fabric, and Erwine and Estelle Laverne chairs. The pendant light is by Tom Dixon, and the marble floor is by Exquisite Surfaces.

Tiled with Belgian marble, the foyer floor makes a dramatic statement in a San Francisco apartment devised by decorator Suzanne Tucker and architect Andrew Skurman; the George III mirrors and demilune tables are from Kentshire Galleries.

A tub by the Water Monopoly is matched with a Corian vanity in the bath of a London home designed by Francis Sultana and architect Thomas Croft; the sink and tub fittings are by Grohe, and the floor is statuary marble.

A dog naps on a floor of Noir Belge marble in the library of designer Isabel Lopez-Quesada’s Madrid home. An Eames lounge chair and ottoman sit next to a 17th-century French chimneypiece; the side tables are vintage.

Designer Salem Grassi conceived the inlaid-tile table in the courtyard of the Moroccan home he shares with his wife, art dealer Dorothea McKenna Elkon; the floor is paved with Portuguese marble.

Striped marble sheathes the master bath of designer David Kleinberg’s Manhattan apartment; the 1930s chair is by Jean-Charles Moreux, and the towels are by Waterworks.

A limestone fireplace wall anchors the living area of a Laguna Beach, California, home designed by architect Steven Ehrlich; the floors are marble, the wood side table is from VivaTerra, and the Éric Jourdan console and Pascal Mourgue table lamps are from Ligne Roset.

A bath in a Houston home conceived by architect Allan Greenberg and decorator Elissa Cullman features a chandelier from Remains Lighting, a Greenberg-designed shower, and a marble floor.

A Warren Platner table by Knoll punctuates an 18th-century marble-tile floor in the entrance hall of linens matriarch Dede Pratesi’s villa in Tuscany.