Bookmatched Quartz Slabs - 10 Colours to Refresh Your Kitchen
Bookmatching refers to the two opposite surfaces that mirror each other. It is a great way to introduce something unique and exciting to your kitchen. Bookmatched quartz will look stunning on the kitchen island and will make it a centrepiece. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t use bookmatched quartz for other cabinets; in contrary, you can use it for all of your cabinets, or you can mix and match to create an interesting composition.
Some of the most classic and elegant colours are available bookmatched, so let’s take a look at them.
Alaska Bianca has a warm-toned white surface with very thin black veining. It is a perfect choice if you want a subtle pattern, but you still don’t want a completely solid colour.
Calacatta is one of the most famous quartz types. This colour has a neutral white background with thick grey veining. It is one of the most classic colour choices you just can’t go wrong with.
3. Calacatta gold
If you like Calacatta but want something a bit darker, look for this colour. It has a beigy-white background with a golden undertone. The combinations with beige toned cabinets will give stunning results.
Another similar colour, only this one has a grey undertone. It is the perfect choice to pair with cool-toned cabinets, such as dark grey or black. With it, you will not have to think about the replacement for years, because it is always in fashion.
This is a perfect colour choice if you were just looking to replace your worktops; this colour will easily blend in with all other colours and it will never look like too much.
Calacatta Venatina has a warm-toned white field with tone darker veining. The veining is very thick, but since it is a very close colour to the background, it is also very subtle.
Himalaya has a light grey background with very thin black veining. It is a great option to combine with darker toned cabinets. This contrast will give a very interesting composition that will leave everyone speechless.
Another famous type that is recognizable by the thickness of its veining. It has very thick grey veining that looks stunning when bookmatched.
This Statuario has a lighter background and veining. It has a pure white background with very light grey veining. It is a perfect replacement if you don’t like the bold veining in original Statuario because this one has a bit subtler pattern.
10. Statuario Venato
When compared to other Statuario types, this one has a field with a grey undertone. It has as thick veining as the others, but is a bit different in colour- it is pure dark grey.
Bookmatched quartz slabs are an excellent way to introduce something a bit different in your kitchen. Not only that they will look beautiful, but they will also provide great quality.
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