Yellow marble

When you want to separate without closing off, laying different floors is the solution. In this very special house this was achieved with yellow marble.

A homogeneous floor in Spanish Gold marble is twinned with a chequerboard floor that combines it with white pieces: a fantastic way of visually separating the kitchen from the dining room. The century-old ceiling beams look down on the space.

FLOOR

Marble is one of the most commonly used materials for floors due to its resistance to wear and tear and its timelessness.

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