10 Quartz Stone Colours for Bathroom Flooring
Quartz is one of the most popular materials for kitchen and bathroom countertops, but also floors. Quartz has excellent characteristics that are making it a great choice for numerous uses. Those characteristics are resistance to staining, durability and affordability, to name just a few. Quartz has a very wide colour range and there is something for everyone. In this article, we will recommend 10 quartz colours that will be an excellent choice for bathroom flooring.
White is always a great choice for bathrooms because it makes them look more hygienic and clean. This one, in particular, has an interesting pattern; it has small rocks scattered all over the background.
If you want white, but you want it to be completely without details, Super White can be the one for you. This white has a warm undertone that will pair nicely with other warm colours, such as beige or light brown.
Branco Cinzento is a mid-toned grey that looks like a solid colour from up far, but it isn’t. It has a very subtle granulated pattern that makes it much more special.
Another white, but with a completely different pattern than the others already mentioned. Florence is a cool-toned white with grey splashes of colour all over the surface.
If the four colours that we have mentioned so far seem to pale for your taste, look for Platino Gris Noir. It is a rich blue with a distinct granulated pattern.
Another great recommendation for the fans of darker colours. Roma is a very dark black with thin white veining. Black floor tiles can look great in combination with white or grey walls.
Serengeti is a unique colour that is a mix of dark grey and blue. It has a very subtle pattern that compliments the background. This colour will be a great option for monochromatic bathrooms.
Calacatta Milan is white with very subtle golden veining. This colour is a timeless choice that will never go out of fashion. It can be paired with almost any colour of the cabinets and walls.
Monaco is a great choice if you like the idea of Calacatta Milan, but it is too subtle for you. Monaco has a lot thicker and pronounced veining that is grey in colour. It also has a cool-toned background, while Calacatta Milan has a warm-toned one.
Statuario Bianco is a part of the bookmatch range, which means its slabs can be connected so that they mirror each other. It is a great way to introduce something a bit different in your bathroom without having to choose unusual colours. Statuario Bianco is a white with pale grey veining.
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