When marble nail designs came of age

When marble nails first became popular in the 1960s, it was as an homage to the Roman Colosseum.

Nowadays, though, they’re also a popular way of making decorative accents on any piece of furniture, especially those that are large, sturdy and functional.

With so many different nail designs available, it can be difficult to know which one to go for.

Here are the best nail designs for a wide range of decorating needs.

1.

Pina Cola, $150 2.

Jiffy Pop, $200 3.

The Popcorn Factory, $250 4.

Dandelion Pop, just $50 5.

Marzipan, $100 6.

St. Michael’s, $180 7.

St Louis, $160 8.

The White House, $190 9.

Marmite, $300 10.

The Big Easy, $330 11.

The Wall Street Journal, $400 12.

The Office, $500 13.

The Washington Post, $600 14.

The Oscars, $700 15.

The Red Carpet, $800 16.

The Mall of America, $1,200 17.

The Museum of Contemporary Art, $2,500 18.

The American Academy of Painters, $3,000 19.

The New York Times, $5,000 20.

The Times Square Garden, $7,500 21.

The Louvre, $10,000 22.

The Hollywood Bowl, $15,000 23.

The Eiffel Tower, $20,000 24.

The Olympic Aquatics Center, $30,000 25.

The World Trade Center, more than $60,000 26.

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, $50,000 27.

The Lincoln Memorial, more $200 28.

The Royal Palms Hotel, $70,000 29.

The Palace of Fine Arts, more over $100,000 30.

The Sistine Chapel, more expensive than the most expensive piece of jewellery