Quartz worktops are available in so many different colours that the decision can become extremely difficult to make. It’s overwhelming! You want your new worktop to look fantastic with the décor you currently have, or the one you’re planning, but you also want it to survive and ‘go’ with whatever you might change your décor into over the coming years. For that reason, you need to think carefully, and perhaps go neutral as much as possible.
If you go for a colour which is too ‘out there’, perhaps a fashion colour, something bright, then you’re going to end up with a work surface that you have to work around in a difficult job, rather than one which compliments most other décor choices.
Caesarstone recognise this fact, as one of the biggest suppliers of beautiful quartz worktops. Check out these six colour options, which are some of the most popular on the market.
White Attica – White is ever popular, and will never go out of fashion. If you’re a little scared of bright white, which some people are, then the blue marble veins in this particular option will break up the worry, and give you a very opulent appearance to your new kitchen worktop. This is probably the closest to marble that quartz will ever get!
Tuscan Dawn – Matte finishes look fantastic in a plain colour, and this rich light brown colour is a wonderful choice. This is a flexible colour option, because brown is very compatible with other shades, such as white, cream, grey, or black.
Atlantic Salt – You might not want a plain colour, and in that case you could go for a pattern, such as this one. Atlantic Salt is a wonderful mixture of brown, cream, and grey in flecks, which almost appear raised against the neutral background. Keep your cabinets and walls plain, and you have a very modern, and light-reflecting appearance to your kitchen.
Oyster – One of the most modern decors around at the moment is to go with grey and cream, or grey and white, and this particular shade of grey is a matte or shine option. Plain and very flexible, you are getting a mid-shade here, so nothing too dark, and nothing too light.
Jet Black – Black will never go out of fashion, and this colour remains ever popular for a reason. Black doesn’t show the dirt, although you should still clean, and it goes with many other colours too – a monochrome appearance is certainly opulent!
Crème Brule – The name alone sounds amazing, and the appearance is equally so! A creamy, rich colour, with lighter flecks running through it, this is a great centrepiece choice, and one which certainly goes well with other colours.
These are six of the most popular and most beautiful Caesarstone colours you can choose from, with plenty more besides. Remember to shop around, because this supplier is available from many different sources, and that means that you can save cash and grab yourself a great, lengthy warranty at the same time.
It’s always a good idea to head to a showroom and check out your preferred colour in person, because different shades react differently to artificial and natural light – this way you know what you’re getting, without any surprises on the day of installation.
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