Today’s Coolest Color Meets the Hottest Surface

Today’s Coolest Color Meets the Hottest Surface

November 13, 2014

Grey is “the” top color in design and interiors this year. Quartz is the fastest growing surfacing material on the market. Put the two together and you’ve got a sleek, sophisticated surface that’s a great backdrop for any style of décor.

Pewter ColorQuartz

Beautiful countertop in ColorQuartz Pewter ; photo via ColorQuartz

Experts say that grey is more than just a popular neutral. As one of the top color choices for 2014, it appeals to designers and homeowners alike because it’s very easy to coordinate with other furnishings. And if you’re thinking grey means “dreary”, think again! It comes in a variety of shades and nuances, from ethereal and breezy to dark and shadowy. It’s actually a fresh color choice that’s anything but boring.

The growing popularity of grey in interiors shows that folks are embracing it as a versatile neutral. It’s an attractive, eye-catching color that doesn’t overpower a design. In fact, it blends well with just about any other color you can think of.

Concrete Grey ColoQuartz

L-Shaped countertop in ColorQuartz Concrete Grey; photo via ColorQuartz

And why is quartz the hottest surface going? The answer is simple…it’s easy! Since quartz surfacing is made mostly of crushed quartz (one of the hardest materials on earth) it’s exceptionally durable. And because it’s stain, heat, scratch, and chemical-resistant, it’s also very easy to clean. In most cases, you just wipe it with a damp cloth. Since it’s non-porous, it requires no sealing and it’s also incredibly hygienic, making it excellent for use in hospitals and restaurants as well as home countertops.

Capri ColorQuartz
ColorQuartz Capri; photo via ColorQuartz

In addition to grey hues, the line offers a rainbow of color possibilities. Plus, all ColorQuartz comes with a lifetime warranty program.

Want to see more selections of ColorQuartz in person? Visit one of our New England showrooms. Our stone professionals can help choose the grey shade perfect for your product, plus answer any questions you might have about quartz or any surfacing material.


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