ColorQuartz: Shades of White

ColorQuartz: Shades of White

September 25, 2014

Looking for fresh color ideas to keep your projects current? Consider one of the many shades of white available in surfacing today. And if you love the look of white countertops, but aren’t necessarily in the market for marble or white granite, ColorQuartz is a great option.

Frost White ColorQuartz

Frost White ColorQuartz; photo via ColorQuartz

Made of 93 percent natural quartz, ColorQuartz is engineered to be exceptionally durable. It’s non-porous, highly scratch, heat, and stain resistant, plus it is considered a sustainable, low-maintenance surface. ColorQuartz comes in a variety of colors, including what designers are calling the “natural neutrals.” White is just one of the colors in this palette.

Venatino ColoQuartz

Beautiful display of Venatino ColorQuartz; photo via Bender Plumbing, New Haven CT

The quintessential “classic” countertop color, white is incredibly versatile. It can be blended with white cabinetry for a soothing, monochromatic look or paired with daring black cabinets for drama and contrast. It’s also a great fit with natural wood, from very light oak to dark cherry. Whichever way it is used, white surfacing has become an incredibly popular choice today.

Siberian White

Siberian White ColorQurtz; photo via Marble and Granite, Inc.

Since shades of white can be found all around in nature—from puffy clouds floating by to foamy waves in the ocean—it feels familiar. It offers a sense of comfort, which also leads to a feeling of longevity and even quality.

Another great thing about white is that it knows no stylistic boundaries. It can be just the right accent needed for a super sleek European style kitchen or bath or it can beautifully complement more detailed traditional cabinet styles.

Check out our complete online inventory where you can check out ColorQuartz shades such as Fiji White or Iceland. Or stop in one of our two New England area showrooms to see the slabs in person. We’ll be happy to show you the subtle differences in white shades and help you choose the best one for your project.



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