These elegant faux marble tables look much more luxurious than they actually are.
A process called "scagliola" is often used for architecture and design purposes as it replicates the look and feel of marble without being overtly expensive. The faux marble is created by mixing a variety of materials including plaster, color, water and glue. Artist Deborah Moss from the studio 'Moss & Lam' uses this faux marble to create her sculptural side and coffee tables. Coming in a variety of sizes and two different colors, the tables may be faux marble, but they add the same elegance to a room that genuine marble would.
These tables offer homeowners the option of having sophisticated furniture in their homes that looks more costly than it is.
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