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Tim Clarke Design
Quartz If you're going with a quartz countertop, you have the option of installing a matching quartz sink. One thing to keep in mind with quartz however, is that the darker, more solid-colored quartzes tend to show scratches and dings much more than lighter
Quartz counter top with matching sink. Gray green. Darker sold colored quartz tends to show scratches and dings more than lighter colors with patterns.
Quartz countertop can match with quartz sink. Darker colors
may get quartz cpountertops-so quartz sink may work
darker colored quartz counter tops show scratches and stains faster than lighter ones.
quartz with same counter. $800-1200. darker colors and more solids show scratches and dings more than lighter with aggregate or patterning
kitchen reno in mid century home
Carmel Latte Benjamin Moore
Sticks and Stones Design Group inc.
The Cooper Show Home
floors, quartz counters, Jenn-Air kitchen appliances, outdoor kitchen, gym, wine room, theater room and generous outdoor living space. This south-facing luxury home sits overlooking the tranquil Birdie Lake and the critically acclaimed Ridge Course. The kitchen truly is the heart of this home; with open
Julie Williams Design
Home in Corte Madera
man-made quartz countertop.
Heritage Luxury Builders
181 Beach , Glencoe
a rich Carmel
Southern Living Idea House Exterior
quartz stone work
W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
shop. Quartz waterfall counters were installed with all-new flooring, LED light fixtures, plumbing fixtures and appliances. A new sliding pocket door provides access from the dining room to the powder room as well as to the backyard. A new tankless toilet as well as new finishes on floor, walls and ceiling
Tracy Miller/Miller Greene Design Studio
oleander quartz? i couldn't find via google.
Absolutely stunning! Is quartz cheaper than marble and is it easier to look after? Thank you!
name of quartz counter? Is it like Cambria Torquay?
"quartzite." Quartz is man-made (Caeserstone, Silestone, etc.) and quartzite is natural. The picture above is referred to as "real quartz", but it's quartzite. Caeserstone, etc. is advertised as 94% quartz, but that's by weight, not volume. Despite what many say about quartz being bulletproof, it CAN etc
natural quartz have the same issues (scratching, staining, etc) as marble? Or is it more duarble like manufactured quartz. Again...google has not revealed the answer.
Just to clarify, the term "quartz" is being used interchangeably
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