It’s no secret that pink has surged in popularity over the years – it is so ubiquitous within fashion, accessories, and home decor that it has been dubbed Millennial Pink, after a generation that can’t get enough of this color. Fast forward a couple of years, and it has now become a particularly favored tone for marble. From rosa aurora to pink calacatta, we’ve seen pink-hued marble grace some of the world’s top designed spaces.
Pink marble is most commonly sourced from Portugal – its salmon tonalities and graphic veining make it particularly beautiful, however, this natural stone can also come from other locations such as Greece, Brazil, and Turkey. Another popular type is Norwegian rose marble that is slightly more red than its Portuguese iterations. Whether it’s a hotel, restaurant or home – this feminine natural stone will soon be a common element that we will be seeing in interior design.