Tips from the Trade: Have You Considered Quartz Countertops for Your Kitchen Remodel?

July 31, 2018

Kitchen-Remodel

How many times has this happened to you: you go to a restaurant with a pretty good idea of what you want to order until the waiter passes by with a different dish. Only then do you realize that that's what you actually want. 

Guess what? That scenario often happens with quartz countertops, too!

Many times, a homeowner will have their heart set on a marble or limestone countertop until they see a quartz countertop up close at their neighbor's house. Or maybe they read about the ease of care, especially when compared with natural stone, and realize a quartz countertop is a better fit for their lifestyle.

Whatever the case may be, if you're remodeling your kitchen or bath, you'll want to consider a quartz countertop. You may find it's what you were looking for all along!

Gray Lagoon

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Featured: Gray Lagoon Quartz

This sleek and sophisticated look is possible because Gray Lagoon Quartz perfectly blends cool grays and warm golds, making it ideal for busy kitchens as well as baths. Its beautiful surface makes it perfect for everything from quartz countertops and waterfall islands to floors, backsplashes, and accent walls.  

Babylon Gray

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Featured: Babylon Gray Quartz

The durability of Babylon Gray Quartz, along with its low maintenance and dark hues, allow it to complement transitional, contemporary, as well as modern design styles. Use it to create your own signature look.

Macaubas Wave

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Featured: Macaubus Wave Quartz

If you're going for understated beauty, this Macaubus Wave quartz comes in waves of delicate dove gray veins across an ocean of soft whites. What you get is elegant simplicity that is ideal not just for countertops but for backsplashes and wall accents. It is also available in 2 CM and 3 CM slabs and prefabricated options.

Calacatta Verona

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Featured: Calacatta Verona Quartz

For those who love the look of classic white marble, Calacatta Verona Quartz comes with a soft white background and subtle veins. It's durable, requires almost no maintenance, and works for waterfall islands, floors, backsplashes or other features that can add a luxurious touch to any room you like.

Almond Roca

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Featured: Almond Roca Quartz

Want to lend character or charm to your kitchen? Almond Roca Quartz has a soothing beige background complemented by light highlights and darker low lights. It's easy to install and clean, durable for the busiest kitchens, and guaranteed to always stay in style.

Desert Bloom

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Featured: Desert Bloom Quartz

Subtle, eye-catching and gorgeous — that's how most people describe Desert Bloom Quartz. This quartz features a brown background with tonal flecks, is easy to maintain and perfect for active kitchens as well as floors or accent walls.

These looks should give you a sense of how modern quartz and their colors can make for perfect quartz counters when you consider kitchen remodeling.