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Michael Fullen Design Group
2 Reviews
Crystal Cove
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for the countertops in this kitchen is from Ceasar Stone and called Lagos Azul.
Granite/quartz countertop wraps around island - nice for more color!
Sussex quartz countertops - floor colour
wild rice countertop
Countertop wraps down
like the countertop color
this countertop Cambria Sussex?
Countertop colors...stone countertops...engineered quartz
“fridge/oven size” — carol_hoo
Venegas and Company
10 Reviews
Prince Street Kitchen
Ideabooks1,268
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I like the combination of colours in the countertop and the cabinets
granite/quartz countertop combo
granite, caesarstone combo
Granite island caesarstone counters
Polished Azul Aran Granite
with granite...engineered quartz
“left side mtr[ [white]” — nsswoodwork
NW Home Designers
8 Reviews
Bellevue Contemporary Kitchen
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white countertops with the dark chocolate stained rift oak cabinets and a granite slab island that pulls it all together. The clients’ wanted a working kitchen that allows a cook and separate prep cook to work together without interference while keeping the clean lines of the entire space. Upon a closer
Is the white counter surface quartz? What is the name of the product?
The granite is called Kozmus and was purchased a few years ago through a company in Seattle called Priceless Granite.
It is a quartz called Caesarstone and the color is Blizzard
valuable countertop space in small kitchens; this seamless options works great for those who can't go without their morning joe.
“Possible ! Or cabinets too dark?” — bbruno01
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Marble of the World
6 Reviews
White Quartz Countertop
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I love this quartz slab but hate the price. Is there a granite that looks similar to this?
is the countertop material and color and who makes it?
is this countertop? how is it called?
white quartz from our Concetto line of semi-precious slabs. Visit our website to learn more. www.marbleoftheworld.com
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.
the most important is fabrication other wise the expensive stone will be worthless. call 1877-FL-Granite for estimate
I have the white quartz in kitchen and bath...it is hard and doesn't stain, but because of the
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 for you. I have also included a link to our website which has
“white quarts countertop concetto line” — erinalexisinc
Marble of the World
6 Reviews
Absolute Black Granite
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Black Granite counter top in a Leather Finish. With its sophisticated appearance and versatile design applications, Absolute Black granite has become the granite of choice for many homeowners and trade professionals. Because of its availability in a variety of finishes and tile and slab options, this
kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, flooring, and wall cladding. Picture courtsey of Ron Rosenzweig Photography, Inc
other than granite for this look? Love the black.
Love the leathered black absolute on the countertops.
Corian countertops. Are they so over
It's not a cost thing. I think granite is getting over done
black granite (probably Virginia/Jet mist) vs. soapstone!
black granite on my island. Can you recommend which one to go with. i see alot of absolute black used but have no idea which to go with honed or leathered? Any suggestions
“Absolute Black Granite” — ladywolverton
Millennium Cabinetry
7 Reviews
Classic
Ideabooks355
Questions1
Lyra Silestone countertop looks like marble but is quarts.
between granite versus quartz countertops is always a hot one. From personal experience with both, my vote goes toward quartz. It's generally more affordable and once installed is virtually maintenance-free. I like this Silestone (quartz) countertop in Lyra because of its elegant pattern and durability
White shaker cabinets and quartz counter top
“Sealstone Lyra” — pippytail
Signature Design & Cabinetry LLC
13 Reviews
Leslie J. Jensen, CMKBD
Ideabooks153
Questions0
quartz counters and granite at the island
the darl with white background could look at colors on counter w granite
PentalQuartz Seashell
Color scheme and countertop
Kashmir white granite
white granite countertop
granite and backsplash
Quartz counter top near wall
pental backsplas/floor and quartz countertop
Seashell Chroma Quartz
Chroma Quartz Countertops
White Granite Countertop
Pental Granite & Marble
white granite?...Quartz countertops...white countertops
“Parc tile” — cjworthen
Tracy Miller/Miller Greene Design Studio
5 Reviews
Westlake Residence
Ideabooks3,897
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island countertop granite? If so, do you know the name?
who manufactures the oleander quartz? i couldn't
stunning! Is quartz cheaper than marble and is it easier to look after? Thank you!
can you tell me the name and color of island countertops?
name of quartz counter? Is it like Cambria Torquay?
term "quartz" is being used interchangeably with "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
about quartz being bulletproof, it CAN etch/stain/scratch. My hunch is it's a reaction between acids and the resin, but I haven't confirmed that. Again, not all natural stones are susceptible to acids. I've had granite countertops that truly were bulletproof and even after several years, did not need
“Coconut quartz” — imgabrielli
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