20 Popular Quartz Stone Colours for Work Surface


Quartz is an engineered product that can be composed to have the appearance of other natural stones, like marble and granite. Quartz has the most versatile range of colours, patterns and finishes out of all materials used for work surfaces. It can have veining like marble or granulation like granite, or it can have a solid surface. The finishes can be matte and glossy.

We are picking up the top choices of quartz stone styles and colours, to help you decide which one is for you.

1. Café
Café is a warm-toned brown with a solid surface. It is part of the Classic range.

2. Calacatta
One of the most iconic marble looking styles is calacatta. Calacatta is white with very bold veining.

3. Platino Gris Noir
A midnight black with white granulation will give your kitchen an elegant and modern vibe.

4. Brillo Rogue
A very pronounced red, this style is only for bold ones.

5. Calacatta Leather
If you like the idea of Calacatta, but you want to make it more unusual, go with calacatta leather.

6. Matt Blanc
Matt blanc is a solid greyish-white, with a matte finish.

7. Classic Gris
A bluish colour with black granulation will make your kitchen island pop.

8. Milano
A solid mid-toned grey goes well with almost anything.

9. Marbre Carrara
This light toned beige has very fine veining; it’s a classic you can’t go wrong with.

10. Valencia Verde
Very dark grey with lighter toned veining is part of the Premier range.

11. Ibiza
A cool toned white with very distinct veining is a timeless option.

12. Arabesceto
Arabesceto has very pronounced bluish veins that make this style recognizable.

13. Palazzo
What makes palazzo unique and recognizable, is its gold and black granulation.

14. Cemento Ligero
This style is grey with saturated green granulation.

15. Botticino
Boticcino is a great option if you like distinct veining, but you don’t like the white surface that usually comes with it. Boticcino is beige with white veining.

16. Serengeti
Serengeti is a deep grey with a bit of blue in it and with fine, darker veining.

17. Classic Bianco
A warm-toned white that goes well with both light and dark toned cabinets.

18. Madeira
Madeira is a white with very distinct gold and grey granulation.

19. Brillo Noir
Very dark black with white granulation will look excellent combined with light-toned cabinets.

20. Olympia
Olympia’s veining is blurred which makes it very elegant and sophisticated.

Quartz stone is an excellent choice for work surfaces for kitchens and bathrooms. The material is very durable and will last a lifetime. Its characteristics are proven to be valuable for use in both residential and commercial facilities. It is easy to maintain and clean, it won’t scratch or stain easily and it is more affordable than natural stones.

Have you already decided which quartz stone colour is yours? If so, please contact us and we will be happy to provide the finest quality quartz you can find on the market.