Cool and classy marble accessories add elegance to your office and outlast your colleagues.

Sevenstone Touch of Grey iPhone dock, $120; milanstrada.com

Hand-carved by an artisan in upstate New York, it offers a dignified resting place for overdesigned (and newly enlarged) technology.

Photograph by Sergiy Barchuk for Bloomberg Businessweek

Cool and classy marble accessories add elegance to your office and outlast your colleagues.

Sevenstone Touch of Grey iPhone dock, $120; milanstrada.com

Hand-carved by an artisan in upstate New York, it offers a dignified resting place for overdesigned (and newly enlarged) technology.

Photograph by Sergiy Barchuk for Bloomberg Businessweek

These Marble Accents Will Class Up Your Office

Cool and classy marble accessories add elegance to your office and outlast your colleagues.

Sevenstone Touch of Grey iPhone dock, $120; milanstrada.com

Hand-carved by an artisan in upstate New York, it offers a dignified resting place for overdesigned (and newly enlarged) technology.

Photograph by Sergiy Barchuk for Bloomberg Businessweek

Crate and Barrel White Marble Clock, $39.95; crateandbarrel.com

The number-free face helps temper the anxiety of racing to hit your next deadline. Too bad it can’t make meetings move faster.

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Ladies & Gentleman Studio Forward/Slash lamp, $950; ladiesandgentlemanstudio.com

Basic copper, marble, and aluminum shapes, embedded with LED bulbs, reflect a flattering light onto boring desk detritus.

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Designs by Marble Crafters Coronet bookends, $150; barneys.com

At 6 pounds each, these Himalayan-mined stones are heavy enough to display your workplace library without the books ever dominoing.

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West Elm polyhedron object, $29; westelm.com

Use as a paperweight. Or as something to stare at for a second when distracted at work.

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Poketo marble notebook, $32; poketo.com

A photo-realistic paper cover and 160 blank pages improve upon mundane note-taking in a lighthearted way.

Restoration Hardware Carrara marble tray, $89; restorationhardware.com

Technically, it was created for bathrooms, but at 12 by 7 inches, it doubles as a hefty holder for pens, incoming mail, and those easy-to-lose chargers.

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Chen Chen & Kai Williams mouse pad,  $950; shop.chen-williams.com

Resembling a Tom & Jerry mouse hole, this amusingly elaborate—but still functional—sculpture puts standard foamy pads to shame.

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