Quartz is quickly becoming the number one choice in countertops for kitchen and bath design. This isn’t shocking because the new colors are mimicking marble and granite but offering more durability. So, if you are a person who loves to cook, entertain, and don’t mind red wine being spilled on your counter, then quartz is the countertop for you!
Caesarstone is Cutting Edge
Caesarstone is a stone surface that is comprised of 93 percent natural quartz. With advanced technology, this surface is considered not only durable but cutting edge when it comes to countertop design. Calacutta Nuvo, Nobel Grey, and Staturio Nuvo are colors that will give you that marble look!
Nobel Grey for marble countertops.
What’s New with Cambria
Cambria offers American-made quartz countertops and has launched three new design collections in 2016. One being the Marble Collection: Swanbridge, Weybourne, Carrick, Tourquay, Brittianicca, and Ella.
Ella white marble kitchen countertop.
Modern Look with Silestone
Silestone is combination of natural quartz and other raw materials that make it extremely resilient. Silestone is a great choice for a modern or transitional kitchens. Lusso and Lyra are popular colors.
White marble kitchen countertop.
So, when it comes to purchasing new countertops, consumers are realizing that granite and marble are not the only choices in town. You can still get that natural and classic look with quartz. If you have any questions about your countertop ideas, give us a call or fill out our contact form. Our experienced staff members will be more than happy to assist you with your countertop needs.