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You're My Rock: Vintage Stone Decor

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Marble Table via CASADOR

Jenna Hochman

A few months ago, I noticed a shift in the landscape of vintage decor on the brink of the reemergence from our homes: a demand for and supply-side surge of curiosities made of stone.

It makes sense if you think about it. After a year of uncertainty, flux, and shapelessness of time and silhouette, a longing for stability and structure is only natural — Natural being the key word, with many it-objects and decor materials (such as wavy wood) and shapes (like blobby glassware) exhibiting organic properties. Indeed, just as we are eager to emerge from our caves and never look back, the vintage resale market reflects our enduring desires to bring the outdoors home with us. In agate, malachite, onyx, or marble, we recognize the dual complexity and simplicity found in nature and, by collecting, in ourselves.

Think it's not that deep? Consider for a moment how the stone trend has shifted into a more nuanced form; Numbered are the days of kitschy-confetti terrazzo side tables and too-perfect, gleaming Carrera marble countertops. It's hard not to notice the increasing demand for stone varieties and geodes with rough cuts and organic asymmetry in shape and variegation, more closely resembling pebbles and boulders along a trail. In a kind of poetic, ecological synchrony, stone decor's upswing coincides with that of a number of interior styles currently at the forefront such as Japandi, Wabi Sabi, and Biomorphism.

Keep scrolling for our most coveted vintage stone decor.


Elegant stone smalls via Savoy's Objects (New York, NY): off-white alabaster vase at TOP, petite onyx goblets at BOTTOM.

Geode-adorned vase via Quite Nice Shop (Oakland, CA).

Black granite specimens via Shop Hey Nana (Portland, OR) — at TOP a set of bookends, at BOTTOM coasters.

White granite table lamp via ri-ri-ku (Los Angeles, CA).

Stone bookends courtesy of Decor Jois (Los Angeles, CA). At TOP are sculptural marigold marble bookends, at BOTTOM agate geode bookends in aquamarine and pewter.

Italian alabaster ashtray via make it look good. (Brooklyn, NY).

Raw edge onyx catchall from Frost Road House (Brooklyn, NY).

Keepsake vessels via Oxford Gray Vintage (British Columbia, Canada): Mosaic stone keepsake box at TOP, carved soapstone hippopotamus with lid at BOTTOM.


Onyx tulip side tables just sold by Loft and Thought (Orlando, FL). Too good not to include.

Rosa Levanto marble cube table via Nice Vintage Things (Armonk, NY).

1960s travertine coffee table available at Doma by Doma (Chicago, IL).

Green marble dining table with a pedestal base courtesy of CASADOR (Temecula, CA).

White marble table by Eicholtz via Alvar Home (Toronto, ON).

What do you think, is this iteration of the stone decor trend here to last?


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