6 Beautiful Bookmatched Quartz Slabs for Worktops

Bookmatching is a great option to add something a bit different to your kitchen or bathroom. It is a great choice for kitchens especially because it is the most prominent element of the room and its sides can be also covered with quartz. If the term book matching is new to you, it refers to matching two or more quartz slabs so that they mirror each other. The whole kitchen can be covered with bookmatched quartz or just one its part- it is up to you to decide.

Here, we are bringing the 6 beautiful bookmatched quartz colours that will be a great addition to your kitchen and bathroom.

1. Calacatta

Calacatta is one of the most popular colours and the most recognizable one. Calacatta is recognizable by the pure white colour and clear grey veins. The veining is not that thick but not thin either, in fact, it is a perfect medium. Because of that, it is one of the safest choices- if you are not sure what to choose, Calacatta will be a great option.

2. Statuario

If you want something a bit more bold and out there, look for Statuario. It has much thicker veining then Calacatta which is also darker in colour. The background is a mix of beige and white. Statuario is a great option for the kitchen island, as it will make it the centrepiece of your kitchen.

3. Calacatta Venantina

If both Calacatta and Statuario have been too bold for you, then look for Calacatta Venatina. This one has a more subtle pattern than the ones already mentioned. It is white with yellow underton. Its veining is just a tone darker than the background. Since the veining is so subtle, it will be a great option for large surface areas, as it will never look like too much. Although the veining is subtle, it is very elegant.

4. Himalaya

If you were looking for a bit cooler colour then the ones already mentioned, Himalaya can be the one for you. It has a light grey bakcground with subtle white splashes of colour. It also has very thin grey veining. It is also a great option for ones that are looking for a bit more subtle pattern.

5. Alaska Bianca

Alaska has a white surface with a warm undertone and very thin dark veining. Although the veining is very thin, it is very noticeable because it is darkly coloured. This is the perfect in-between for ones that want a pattern that is not too bold but not too subtle either.

6. Calacatta Gold

Calacatta Gold is the most popular version of Calacatta except the original one. It has a beigy white background with grey veining. It has a golden undertone, which makes it perfect to pair with warm-toned cabinets. The combinations with pine or oak wood cabinets will make it pop.

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