Monday, February 4, 2013

10 Kitchens with Quartz Countertops

Quartz is a great product for kitchen countertops and we are using more and more every year.
I've talked a lot about using white quartz as an alternative to white marble in kitchens, but that's not the only reason to use quartz!
There are several different brands on the market and each provide a great color selection.
Quartz countertops provide a clean, modern look for any kitchen style.
I personally prefer the quartz colors that aren't trying to look like granite.  I like the colors that are the plain/ solid color without pattern, but that's just my taste.
Here are ten kitchens with quartz countertops.......that aren't trying to be granite.  :)
Countertops are CaesarStone.  Notice that the island is a sand color and the stove run counters are white.  Photo: Cultivate.
Jackson Design and Remodeling
Countertops are Snowdon White Cambria with a Mitered edge detail.  Photo: Marble City Company.

Photo: Nirmanda Interior Architectural Design
Counters are Everest White Radianz quartz.  
Traditional Kitchen design by Atlanta General Contractor Renewal Design-Build

Countertops are Mocha CaesarStone.  Traditional Kitchen design by Grand Rapids Interior Designer Dwellings

Countertops are Cambria quartz.  Traditional Kitchen design by Minneapolis Interior Designer Lucy Interior Design

Countertops with the Waterfall edge are Linen CaesarStone.  Modern Kitchen design by Other Metro Caesarstone


Erin @ The Impatient Gardener said...

What excellent timing! I was at the fabricator today looking at quartzes. I expected I'd go with Caesarstone's Organic White but when I saw the large sample of it with my other choices I realized it's all wrong. So now I'm thrown for a bit of loop. I love the texture of Organic White and Buttermilk, but I'm afraid the latter is too warm (and the former obviously didn't work). I have some samples with larger particulates in which the color is right on, but I'm not sure I like that look. Ack. Anyway, seeing these images tell me that at least I know I'm right on by looking at quartzes. I love them.

Steph@TheGraniteGurus said...

What are the odds Erin? That is good timing! :)
I love, love, love the Buttermilk installed. It's one of my new favorite colors.

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