Malachite is a green psychedelic type swirl pattern in a stone that was made popular in the 70's. I usually associate this pattern with luxurious black and gold interiors similar to Tony Duquette's style. His love and interest for this stone translated into dishes, bound books, floors and tablescapes and made this style popular. While Malachite walls may not be for everyone a touch of Malachite through a frame, book, decorative box or unpolished specimen may add a little touch to your home.
Entryway table decorated with malachite obelisk and green lamp by Mary McDonald on Veranda
Tony Duquette malachite window treatments Coco Kelly
Tony Duquette Malachite pillows from Jim Thompson
Tony Duquette Malachite chair from Belvedere on 1st Dibs
Modern twist on Malachite walls being paired with red decorated by Kate Schintzuis from Designsponge
More tradional style I usually see used and this in case a masculine bathroom with faux malachite walls and black laquered vanity designed by Linda Heckman on Elle Decor
Faux Malachite Chest of Drawers from Lewis Trimble on 1st Dibs
For a more low key look a Malachite frame for sale from Honeymoon at Home
Malachite placemats from Dransfield & Ross featured on Elle Decor
Malachite painted box from Indecorous Taste
Malachite fabric from Spoonflower
Malachite wallpaper from Cole & Sons Love this wallpaper against the black and white tiling.
Vintage Malachite box c. 1950 from Go Antiques
Vintage Semi-Precious Stones book that has a malachite cover from Amazon
Malachite specimen from Etsy