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Marble of the World
6 Reviews
White Quartz Countertop
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Questions9
Beautiful contemporary kitchen featuring white quartz countertops
Where is the stainless steel pieces underneath the countertop from?
I love this quartz slab but hate the price. Is there a granite that looks similar
What is the countertop material and color and who makes it?
what exactly is this countertop? how is it called?
If you are looking for a low cost alternative to this product, you may want to consider Snow Quartz. It has transparent qualities and the quartz appearance similar to that of the concetto line. I have attached a picture
What is the difference between the two types of quartz you mention here -- other than the prices.
Check out the stones with http://www.web-don.com also. They have quartz.
“Countertop” — meschuster
Nordby Design Studio
1960's Lake Oswego Home
Ideabooks754
Questions4
Is the top Cambria quartz? Which color?
What is the edging on the countertop called?
A neat countertop style to consider here -- quartz or recycled glass. You will not be disappointed! http://www.web-don.com/our-products/quartz/
Dark lower and light upper cabinets. Granite countertop.
Cambria quartz. Color- Aargon with Ogee edge
thin quartz on counter, thick granite on island
cabinet colors 2 and quartz color
“Do not like edge” — srumpza01
Paul Anater
counters
Ideabooks1,964
Questions5
the name of this quartz? Great color!
Can one get quartz countertops that are NOT composites?
I just supposed that I could buy 100% quartz stone countertops, like one can buy 100% granite countertops>
What type/color backsplash is that? looks beautiful with the countertops.
That's a quartz composite from Caesarstone called Champagne Limestone.
Champagne limestone quartz countertop by Ceasarstone
LIKE THE QUARTZ BUT IT IS PRICEY
love the island with quartz up the sides and over the
one level counter and quartz countertop
like the quartz on the island
Quartz composites are a newer and growing category in the countertop world. Composites are made from stone aggregate and polymers that compressed under high pressure. The resulting material is practically non-porous and just as strong as most natural stones. Since it's a manufactured product, it has
“countertop” — Una O'Doherty
Case Remodeling
5 Reviews
Lady Fern Circle Kitchen
Ideabooks5,151
Questions9
Hi could you please tell me what was used on the island countertop? Thank you
Please Please could you tell me if the counter top on the island is granite or quartz. It is exactly what I have been looking for. Thank you.
I'm looking for a wall color to coordinate with cambria torquay countertops.
are you happy with the white quartz? What do you use daily for
Quartz is always a great idea. There are many great manufacturers with lots of colors and patterns to choose from. It's perfect for people who like consistency or very little movement. Case Remodeling of Charlotte www.CASECharlotte.com
I love the look of quartz countertops. We may even
even get some put in this year. Thoughts? http://www.web-don.com/our-products/quartz/
“countertops” — crockpot1
abodwell interior design- Brittney Fischbeck
5 Reviews
990 Oceanfront-Dennis Owen Photography
Ideabooks1,220
Questions2
All white quartz looks cool too!
quartz countertop - does it come in additional colors
The basics: Engineered quartz is a man-made
The basics: Engineered quartz is a man-made product formed from roughly 90 to 95 percent ground quartz and 5 to 10 percent resins and pigments. Commonly found brands include Caesarstone, Silestone, Zodiaq, Cambria, Technistone, HanStone and Q. Several manufacturers have upward of 40 options, like colors
“Engineered Quartz generally costs $95 to $105 per square foot installed.” — mandy_in_mn
Innovative Construction Inc.
21 Reviews
Pool House
Ideabooks3,801
Questions10
Please, can you tell me what are the countertops made of?
What is the material used on countertops
Taj Mahal countertops and tile walls color of floors
where the clients want to have drinks and snacks at hand but no one will need to cook a five-course meal.Sinks, faucets, appliances: Ferguson; countertops: quartz, M&F Granite and Marble
“Granite” — brookepazera
Cambria
28 Reviews
Cambria Bellingham from The Waterstone Collection
Ideabooks4,755
Questions10
that we want. I can't find pictures of chiseled edges that also give the thickness. We are doing chiseled on all surfaces where we have Cambria, countertops, island, desk and buffet.
Hi curouskdb! Yes, we can 100% confirm that this kitchen island is Bellingham. The variation of the natural quartz varies throughout the design. You can take another look at a Bellinham island here: http://www.houzz.com/projects/54784/Kitchens.
Nice gray,white & black Quartz countertop
Quartz countertop- different from island to counters
Countertop looks great with white cabinets
Love island countertop and black back counter in black granite
Pros: Engineered quartz has many bragging rights.
6cm depth. Bellingham water stone collection - engineered quartz (caeserstone).
“Engineered quartz” — babyfuji54
Caesarstone
1 Review
Caesarstone
Ideabooks415
Questions0
Engineered Quartz again - downside - MAY not handle VERY hot items - breaking down the resins.
The basics: Engineered quartz is a man-made product formed
Quartz dark countertop with third cabinets
engineered quartz can be fabricated in larger pieces and with fewer joints. Cons: The resin content isn't heat tolerant, so keep your trivets nearby.
The basics: Engineered quartz is a man-made
Pros: Engineered quartz has many bragging rights. Thanks to the quartz content, it's tough like granite, and the resin makes the material malleable and impact resistant. Both materials offer stout durability. Engineered quartz is also nonporous, making it resistant to stains and scratches. And this material
material has a leg up on natural stone when it comes to large installations: Because it can flex, engineered quartz can be fabricated in larger pieces and with fewer joints.Cons: The resin content isn't heat tolerant, so keep your trivets nearby.
“Quartz Cambria countertops” — essenewitt
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