Real meets a magical counterfeit in this master bathroom. The stone on the floor and bathtub is real Fiore di Pesce marble. For the backsplash and countertops, designers used a beautiful porcelain made to look like Calacatta marble, but much more affordable.
Gold Calacatta marble wraps a six-foot island in the 2012 HGTV Urban Oasis. All-white cabinetry is installed floor-to-ceiling to maximize the kitchen footprint. To modernize traditional styling, linear handles and frosted-glass fronts are used.
Featuring an apron sink, under-cabinet storage and lots of counter space, this island is perfect for cooking large meals. New stainless steel appliances and Calacatta marble contrast with the natural wood finish of the cabinets.
Classic elements, such as crown molding, ceramic tile and Calacatta marble create a stylish contemporary kitchen with minimal detailing and clean lines. An element of surprise, like the modern chandelier, adds drama and personality to the space.
With stunning Calacatta marble countertops and drum-shaped stools, this kitchen's island is a great place to cook, eat or work. Bright white cabinets keep the space feeling airy, while a mother-of-pearl tile backsplash adds a dazzling gleam.
White Calacatta marble countertops steal the show in this bright and airy California kitchen. Dark stain on the peninsula and custom built-in cabinetry creates a pleasing contrast with white Shaker-style cabinets. Wide windows above the undermount sink bring in loads of natural light.
This gorgeous traditional bathroom turns a dormer window into a striking architectural detail by covering the barrel walls in Calacatta marble tile. A slipper tub nestled in the nook is a sunny spot to enjoy a long soak.
This eat-in kitchen is all about balance: where the Calacatta marble backsplash helps brighten and uplift the design, the hardwood floors ground the setting. A large wood island centers the space, with two stools providing a touch of texture and an intimate spot to enjoy dinner.
Stunning calacatta marble and pale woods combine to create a restful, beautiful kitchen with clean, modern lines. The 1937-built house originally had a more utilitarian, catering-style kitchen. The design team upgraded the finishes and cabinetry to create a modern space that can function easily for day-to-day use or larger events. The long island features a sleek waterfall edge.
Calacatta gold marble countertops and backsplash set the neutral tone for this transitional kitchen’s monochromatic color palette. A pot filler and built-in spice rack adds functionality to the stylish cooking space.
This customized closet was designed by Mosaik Design & Remodeling of Portland, Ore., to meet the needs of a couple that travels frequently. The his-and-hers islands with tops made of Calacatta marble are just the right height for packing and include benches for comfort and ease when putting on shoes. The shoe shelves were custom designed specifically for his (yes, his) large shoe collection, and the velvet-lined drawers in her island hold an enviable collection of sunglasses. A built-in ironing board and toiletry organizers are hidden behind the soft white traditional cabinetry.