Bella Statuario QuartzTraditional Kitchen, Phoenix

Bella Statuario Quartz is part of Arizona Tile's Della Terra Quartz collection. Della Terra is a natural quartz surface, it is a blend of nature and technology, combining beauty and functionality in a high performance surface. Della Terra is comprised of more than 93% natural quartz crystals, one of the hardest minerals in nature. Color controlled quartz is blended together with technologically advanced polymers. Because of its high quartz content, Arizona Tile's Della Terra Quartz surfaces are ultra-durable and resistant to scratches and chipping. Its dense composition also makes Della Terra Quartz highly resistant to staining.

Photo: Aperture Architectural Images

Open concept kitchen - large traditional l-shaped ceramic floor and brown floor open concept kitchen idea in Phoenix with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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Gennaro Fusco wrote:Mar 28, 2018
Emma Wanless wrote:Sep 5, 2017
  • 2sharpei

    How big is the island? Did you have to use a seam? If so, where is it?

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    Arizona Tile

    Since we are a distribution company, and not involved with the room design or slab fabrication process, we don't have specific dimensions for the island itself. However, we know that the island used a single slab of our Bella Statuario Quartz (now discontinued), and that specific quartz is 126”x63” prior to fabrication. We hope this information helps!

debraleon wrote:Sep 6, 2017
  • Ashley Turns

    I just love how white and clean the design of this kitchen is. My husband and I are planning on remodeling our kitchen soon, and we are looking for ideas of what to do. We will definitely have to base the design of our room based on that paint color since it is so beautiful. 

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    Arizona Tile

    Hi Ashley,

    We agree it is a beautiful paint color. Unfortunately, we were not involved in selecting the paint and don't have information about what color was used.

    Let us know if you have any questions about our slab or tile products.

    Best of luck with your project!

REHAU Cabinet Doors wrote:Jun 10, 2019
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    Arizona Tile

    We agree - it is a stunning kitchen! Arizona Tile is a tile and slab distribution company. We don't provide any design services, and therefore we were not involved in the selection of the stools.

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    Ginger Rabe Designs, LLC

    I know those stools. We purchase them often for clients.

qdp81298 wrote:Sep 25, 2017
  • PRO
    Arizona Tile

    Hi there qdp81298,

    Arizona Tile is a distributor of slab and tile material. We do not carry lighting products, nor do we provide design services. Therefore, we do not have information regarding the pendant lights in this image.

    We provided the quartz countertop material for this kitchen, and we would be happy to provide you with information about those materials if you have questions about them.

    You can also view information about our products on our website.

    Best of luck with your project!

  • PRO
    Mid-County Lighting & Electric Supply

    The pendants look like they're from Kichler Lighting #2666PN (13.25"D x 11.5"H) or #2682PN (18"D x 16"H)

    Steve D. at

Janis Robinson wrote:Nov 28, 2019
  • PRO
    Arizona Tile

    Hi Janis,

    We are a distributor of slab and tile material and are not involved in the design selection process. Therefore, unfortunately, we do not have the exact information of these stools.

teepteep7 wrote:Jul 5, 2019
  • PRO
    Arizona Tile

    We no longer stock the Bella Statuario Quartz, however, we do carry several marble-look quartz products. You can view all of the quartz materials we have available on our website here.

E K wrote:Mar 14, 2019
  • PRO
    Arizona Tile

    Hi E K,

    Arizona Tile is a distributor of tile and slab material, we do not provide design services and we were not involved in the paint selection of this space.

    Best of luck on your project!

Cari Reid wrote:Oct 10, 2017
Rebecca J wrote:Sep 30, 2017
  • PRO
    Arizona Tile

    Hi Rebecca J,

    We have locations throughout the Western United States, including three locations in Texas. You're welcome to visit us at any of those locations if one is more convenient than Austin for you.

    We don't sell our slab materials directly to customers. Rather, you will work with a fabricator to purchase and install the material you're interested in. If you aren't near any of our locations, and you're comfortable with your fabricator, you can work with them through the purchasing process to acquire samples and see photos of the material.

    You can also reach out to the Arizona Tile team members at any of our locations to see if there are samples available that can be mailed to you.

    We hope this has been helpful! Please let us know if you have any additional questions, and feel free to email us at

    Best of luck with your project!

jas0418 wrote:Sep 18, 2017
  • PRO
    Arizona Tile

    Hi jas0418,

    Arizona Tile is a slab and tile distributor, we do not provide installation services of any kind. Since we did not do the installation of the material, we don't have the exact dimensions of the island.

    It looks like one full slab of our Bella Statuario quartz was used on the island. Each slab of Bella Statuario measures 126"x63". We hope this information is helpful!

fre05002 wrote:Sep 10, 2017
  • PRO
    Arizona Tile

    Hello fre05002,

    The floor is actually not an Arizona Tile product, so we don't have the material or manufacturer information. However, our Club series porcelain wood-look tile would provide a similar aesthetic to this floor.

    We hope that helps, and please let us know if you have any other questions!

allisonsovany wrote:Sep 6, 2017
  • PRO
    Arizona Tile

    Hi there!

    The countertops are our Bella Statuario quartz. The floors in this installation aren't an Arizona Tile product, and unfortunately we don't have specific information for them, but you can achieve a similar look with our Club series porcelain wood-look tile.

    We hope this helps!

S P wrote:Jan 6, 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Marie Flanigan Interiors added this to What’s the Difference Between Quartzite and Quartz Countertops?Feb 23, 2018

    What Is Quartz?Quartz, or engineered quartz, is manmade. It’s composed of roughly 90 percent ground quartz (the actual mineral), with the remaining 10 percent being a mixed cocktail of resins, polymers and pigments that varies by manufacturer.Shop for kitchen countertop materials

    Becky Harris added this to 8 Trends From the Most Popular New Kitchens on HouzzSep 19, 2017

    3. Farmhouse InspirationDesigners are turning to farmhouse style when they want to bring homey touches to elegant kitchens. While this kitchen could have skewed very glam, industrial stools, open shelves on the island, subway tile and rustic gray-washed flooring are farmhouse touches that provide a pleasing balance between sophisticated and simple.How to Get a Farmhouse-Style Kitchen

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Julie Herzog added this to My ideas1 hour ago

    Color of island with white cabinets and open area on side of island

    Christy Hruska added this to Kitchen2 days ago

    Structured hood - looks like cabinets

    Julia Hell added this to SteinmetzHell2 days ago

    shelves on island dark top in back with white cabinets

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