There’s something about marble that is sleek but also inviting. Marble is nothing new; this classing piece still can be found everywhere nowadays: floors, tabletop, kitchen countertop, bathroom vanities, a garden sculpture, and the list goes on. A little bit of background, this well-known material is formed from limestone, superheated to form its unique crystalline structure. With differences in vein patterns and grain, no two pieces are ever identical, making them unique, elegant, and timeless. Marble is also very versatile—it matches any style of interior effortlessly. On this week’s blog, we are going to focus more on marble table—including our popular product and how to keep your marble table looking fabulous for years to come.

Tulip Table Marble Top Round

Our popular marble table—the Tulip Table Marble Top Round—is made from a real marble that features a round white and gray natural arabescato corchia marble top and a sturdy built base. Do not let its delicate silhouette fool you, for its white coated solid steel base is built to last. High-quality and solidly constructed, this mid-century inspired dining table is the perfect way to add both great design and tasteful simplicity to your home. This mid-century inspired table’s simple shape and clean lines enhance its elegance.

Tips on Cleaning a Marble Top Table:

Make sure you clean your marble table periodically. Dust the surface as necessary with a soft cloth and wash the marble with a cloth dampened with warm water. If necessary, put a little bit of mild dishwashing liquid. After that, remove the soap with another damp cloth. Remember to never air-dry your marble top (use a clean soft cloth in a circular motion instead) and never use dusting sprays or abrasive cleaners on your marble.

It is very important to clean any spills as soon as they happen to avoid staining. To prevent ring marks, place coasters or trivets under glasses and dishes. Use amyl acetate or acetone and spread it on the stain that caused by lotions and creams. To remove rust stains, apply a rust stain remover solution on the affected area. Lastly, don’t forget to use mats or runners beneath hard objects that might scratch the surface!