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6 stone designs that make a statement

6 stone designs that make a statement

Teeming with texture and earthen tones, furniture and decor accents composed of stone can bring warmth—and a subtle yet rock-solid touch of the great outdoors—to a room. From coffee tables to bathroom sinks, Business of Home presents six pieces that provide plenty of all-natural drama.

Courtesy of Tarini Stoneworks

LAPIS LAZULI STONE SIDE TABLE — TARINI STONEWORKS

The natural striations in this eye-catching side table by Tarini Stoneworks carved from a thick slab of cobalt-colored lapis lazuli create the illusion of a cool mosaic motif.

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Courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

ONYX SIDE TABLE — MITCHELL GOLD + BOB WILLIAMS

Crafted from five pieces of solid onyx, this side table by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams conveys a sense of rhythm and movement through its hypnotically undulating bands.

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Courtesy of Tarini Stoneworks

Courtesy of Tarini Stoneworks

GOLDEN TIGEREYE SINK FRESNO — TARINI STONEWORKS

Transform a bathroom sink into the burnished centerpiece of the space with nothing more than this golden-brown beauty made of tigereye gemstone.

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Courtesy of Porta Romana

Courtesy of Porta Romana

SELINA CONSOLE TABLE — PORTA ROMANA

A geometric console table with a sculptural twist, the Selina by Porta Romana boasts a matte-white plaster finish for a monolithic look.
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Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands

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