Quartz

5 Modern Classic Quartz Colours for Kitchen Worktops

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Choosing from and deciding on a colour for your kitchen worktop can be a difficult process, after all this will hopefully be a worktop that you are going to have installed for many years to come. Most people only tend to renovate their home the once during their lifetime, so you want to get it right!
Here are five of our favourite Classic Quartz colours that you can choose from when designing your kitchen worktops & countertops.

Botticino

Botticino is one of our lighter colours, with a base of creamy/beige. On top of the cream colour are markings of white throughout giving a perfect contrast in light and darker. If you are searching for a colour that will bring out the freshness of your kitchen while creating the illusion of a larger space, this just may be your perfect choice!

Glitter Branco

Much like the name suggests, this particular slab colour has big chunks of stones, mirror and glass which gives it slab the appearance of having glitter throughout. Placed on a white base, the glitter creates a glamourous feel perfect for any home.

Classic Gris

Classic Gris is one of our slightly darker colours yet remaining neutral. It has a grey base colour with spots entirely throughout made up of darker colours. The overall slab also gives off the slight hint of colour too, which is great for anyone wanting something slightly different to the usual choices.

Sepia

Sepia is one of our off-white colours, which has been complimented well with tiny dots and spots throughout which are a light grey colour, giving it some contrast. This is perfect for anyone who wants a lighter colour but not wanting to go quite as bright as white with a subtle pattern.

Classic Bianco

Classic Bianco is last on our list of modern colours; however it certainly is not the least. Classic Bianco is one of the most popular colours to choose because it offers a fresh, stunning yet timeless piece to any home.
Classic Bianco is a plain, solid white colour which brings out the light in any room and will work at creating the illusion of a much larger space.

10 Quartz Marble Range Colours for Work Surfaces

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When it comes to renovating your home, the colour theme and overall design can often take many weeks to finalise and be happy with how it is going to look. After all, you will be living with it for many years to come so you want to make sure that you get it right.

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As work surfaces can take up a lot of space in your kitchen and often become a centrepiece, it is normal for this to take some time to consider. With our range of Quartz Marble slabs colours, you are sure to find something that fits in to your design and taste.

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Quartz Marble is perfect for homeowners who want the elegance of Marble but with the advantages and price tag of Quartz, a win-win for all!

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Marbre Carrara is one of our most well-known slab colours within the range and for very good reason. This particular colour resembles the most traditional appearance of Marble with its veining all over the surface, looking as natural as possible, with a white base.

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  • Olympia

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Olympia has a white base colour, complimented well with a golden Marble effect veining throughout. The contrast between white and gold works so well and offers that hint of luxurious that every home needs!

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  • San Vincente

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San Vincente has a white base colour with a dark shade of grey being the colour of the veining. With the white base shining through and being more of the focus in this slab, it is perfect for homeowners who are looking for a light and bright colour but not wanting to go for a solid colour. This offers you a slight pattern which will look amazing in any home.

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  • Santorini

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Santorini is one of our more glamourous colours. It’s grey base colour is matched beautifully with the silver colours markings that have been placed over the top, almost like lace. These silver markings create almost a shiny and glittery effect.

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Serengeti has a dark grey base colour which is contrasted well with its black markings. These black markings give the appearance of almost being cracks in the slab, to offer a different take on Marble that you may not have seen before.

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  • Vanilla Sky

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As in the name, Vanilla Sky, has a white base with cream and golden markings which give the appearance of clouds throughout the slab, creating an elegant colour to choose for any kitchen work surface.

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  • Verona

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Verona has a brown coloured base with chunks of black, white and gold throughout. These colours are dotted around over the surface in the shape of stones, so you are getting a hint of all the colours in every inch.

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  • Empire

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Empire is one of our darker brown colour slabs which has been given golden brown markings throughout. Brown may not be one of the most obvious colours to choose from, however it offers a completely different style to what you may be used to. If you are not wanting to go for a light or neither dark colour, then a neutral brown may just be what you are looking for.

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  • Palazzo

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Palazzo is another one of our darker colours, but this time the base colour is a dark beige. The dark beige has been matched well with golden and dark brown markings throughout, creating a stunning slab.

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Zivas Marfil is another one of our lighter colours, but this time the base colour is cream. Zivas Marfil is our only solid, plain slab so it is perfect for anyone wanting a timeless classic piece that will match absolutely any home.

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8 Benefits of Wall & Floor Quartz Tiles

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One of the most popular stones for renovating homes is Quartz because it comes with a huge life of benefits. Quartz tiles for flooring and walls make the stone far more flexible. Before you purchase Quartz tiles, here are some of our 8 benefits that you need to know.
If you are not yet sure whether Quartz tiles are for you, then this list should help you decide. Check out here our full range of quartz slabs.

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#1 Flexibility

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This first one is an obvious but important one; Quartz tiles are so versatile that they can be used for a range of things, especially flooring and walls. But other than that, it can also be used for kitchen worktops, bathroom worktops and much more. However, you imagine using the Quartz tiles within your home, they will offer a stunning look to any room.

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#2 Non-Porous

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Quartz stone is a non-porous material which makes it so easy to keep clean every day, regardless of where you use them. During your cleaning every day, there will be no need to take special measures, instead all that is required is for you to use a wet cloth and mild soap. There will also be no chance of the Quartz tiles harbouring any bacteria or holding onto any spillages too.

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#3 Low Maintenance

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Quartz tiles are also very low maintenance compared to other materials out there. It is actually one of the best materials you can invest in. Quartz is entirely man made, which also means that it has been designed with your satisfaction in mind. Unlike natural stones, Quartz will also never require any resealant or treatment during its lifetime, which is a huge bonus!

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#4 Stain Resistant

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Because Quartz is non-porous this also means that it is stain resistant. So, when you spill anything onto the surface, which is inevitable, the spillage will never be soaked up into the stone at all. The liquid will remain there until you are able to clean it away, however we advise to wipe it off as soon as you notice it to minimize any potential risk.

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#5 Affordable

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Quartz is also perfect for any homeowner who is looking for something a bit more budget friendly. There is no reason why you need to go spending a huge pay packet when you can get something that is just as practical (if not more) and stunning than other more expensive stones out there on the market. As Quartz will never require any long term commitment to treatments, it makes it even better for your wallet.

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#6 Hard Wearing

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Quartz is known for being very durable which makes it absolutely perfect for being used in the home, especially when it comes to flooring and walls. Flooring in every room will get a lot of traffic, even in areas you think do not get used often, so you need to be choosing a material that will last without wearing thin. Quartz tiles are an ideal investment as they are strong and will last for many years. Quartz tiles are able to withstand a high amount of traffic, so you do not have to worry about any damage.

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#7 Colours

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When it comes to deciding which colour you would like, it can take a long time. But with Quartz tiles it may just take you even longer, but it is a good thing! Quart tiles come in a huge selection of not only colours but also patterns too. Regardless of what colour you are looking for, you are bound to find something that suits you perfectly.

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#8 Matte, Polished or Natural

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Finally, you also get to choose from 3 different finishes, depending on the look you are going for. Whether you want something that is simple like matte or a more varnished look, there is something for everyone.

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10 Affordable Classic Quartz Colours for Work Surfaces

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When it comes to choosing the material for your work surfaces, it can often be dictated by the range of colours that it comes in. However, once you have selected which material you are going for, you may still need to narrow down your options.
But if you do not have an idea for what colours you are looking for, then here is a guide to our affordable Classic Quartz colours for your work surfaces.

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Botticino

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Our Botticino colour is one of our lighter colour options to choose from. It is a light beige colour, complemented with ivory markings throughout the slab. This light colour is great for bringing the light into any home.

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Branco Cinzento

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This Branco Cinzento is one of our stunning grey colours. It boasts a solid light grey colour which is perfect for simplicity and those looking for a light colour without the fuss. If you have a simplicity style, then this may be the colour for you.

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Café

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If you are more into your earthy or coffee colours, then this Café colour will be perfect for you and your home. Café is a medium brown colour which offers a solid colour overall for the stone, creating an effortlessly stunning work surface.

Sepia

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Sepia is another one of our lighter colours, however this one in particular is very pale. The base colour is an off white colour, featuring tiny speckles of darker greys which give it a freckly appearance.

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Café Gris

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Café Gris is another one of our brown colours, which is once again perfect for anyone looking for a solid coffee or earthy colour for their home. This brown is light enough to still bring in the light to the home, offering a great alternative to white, cream or ivory.

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Cement Ligero

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This colour is one of our grey colours, featuring a mixture of light to dark greys throughout. The tiny speckles of black and mixture of greys complement the base colour that has an ever so slight hint of blue.

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Classic Blanco

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If you are looking for a white colour, then this is our best option for you. Classic Blanco offers you a solid white colour that is very bright, light and airy – perfect for any home.

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Classic Gris

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Another one of our grey colours, is this Classic Gris colour. It is a medium grey, solid colour that is stunning for those who are seeking absolute simplicity in their home. If you are wanting a lighter shade but are not wanting to go as light as ivory, then this may be a good option for you.

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Glitter Branco

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Our Glitter Branco colour does exactly what it says on the tin. It is a white base colour with tiny grey speckles that give off the appearance of glitter throughout, which is great for anyone wanting that extra bit of sparkle but without too much gleam.

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Matt Blanc

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Our last colour for you, is another white colour but this time it is off white. It is not as bright as our Classic Blanco, so this solid off white colour is perfect for light options but still wanting to play it a bit safe.

Porcelain Slabs vs Quartz – Difference & Comparison

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When it comes to deciding which material you would like for your home renovations, it can be extremely tough narrowing down what you like and dislike. A lot of materials have a very similar list of pros and cons, however the differences between them can cause a huge decision to be made. Whether it is based on which colours are available or how easy the slabs are to keep clean, every reason to choose one material over another is very important.

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This overview will hopefully be giving you some good information on which material out of either porcelain or quartz is the right one for you.

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Porcelain

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Porcelain comes with a huge list of advantages and not many pitfalls at all. Porcelain is available to be purchased in a massive range of colours and finishes to suit every type of personality or colour theme. Regardless of what colour you are looking for, you are bound to find the perfect colour and finish of porcelain for your home.

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Porcelain can be made to look like a lot of natural stones such as marble with its veining. So if the natural appearance is what you are after, then porcelain can definitely help you achieve that with minimal cost.
If you are looking to have a huge work surface or a kitchen island for example, then you never have to worry about creating your surface out of multiple slabs. Porcelain can be bought in huge slabs to give the perfect look to your room.

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Porcelain is also brilliant as it will never fade through the sunlight, so you never have to worry about your beautiful slabs fading in the sun. So go ahead and place your porcelain slabs in front of a window in direct sunlight, as it will never make a difference.

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Porcelain is also perfect for any area where there will be spillages of food, make up or anything that is generally easy to stain. Porcelain is incredibly stain resistant as well as scratch resistant, so you never have to treat your slabs as if they will break by looking at them.

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However, porcelain does not come without its disadvantages. Porcelain can crack, chip and damage over time if you are not careful enough, however the risk of this damage occurring is much less than natural stone. But still, the risk is high enough for you to have to worry about being careful and taking proper care of your slabs.

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Quartz

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Quartz is very much a good contender for being used within home renovations due to its amazing list of benefits. Quartz is known for being very low maintenance which is a dream for potential customers. Unlike natural stones, Quartz will never have to be treated or re-sealed during its lifetime, making it so easy to maintain. Quartz is a non-porous material which means that cleaning is made easy.

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Just like porcelain, quartz is also stain resistant. So you never have to worry about spilling drinks, making a mess with food or upending make up by accident – as it will simply stay on the surface top waiting to be cleaned off.

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Quartz is also such a budget friendly option. Not only is it great for the initial purchase but long term costs are non-existent because it requires no maintenance at all. Even if Quartz was a bit more expensive to purchase, it would be worth the investment due to the zero maintenance you are getting.

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Lastly, quartz is incredibly hard wearing so it is perfect for work surfaces and flooring. It can withstand high volumes of traffic without problems and should last you a life time as long as you take proper care of it.

10 Things You Should Know About Marbre Carrara

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Marble is such a popular stone for homeowners and there is no confusion over why. However, it does come with a huge price tag attached. While it is beautiful, you have to pay for the appearance! And not only is Marble so expensive for the initial purchase but it also comes with long term commitments to cost as well, so you will need to allow for that.
If you cannot afford the real deal, the next best thing is Marbre Carrara which gives off the appearance of Marble, without the price tag.

 

Here are 10 things that you need to know about Marbre Carrara before you purchase.

 

#1 Say Bye to Downfalls of Marble

 

Marbre Carrara is perfect for all homeowners who want the benefits of Marble but do not like any of the downfalls that may come with it. For those homeowners, they can simply purchase Quartz that replicates the appearance – everyone wins!

 

#2 No Long-Term Maintenance

 

Marbre Cararra is completely man made, and therefore it does not need any long term maintenance at all. So, you will never have to worry about any treatments or sealants, as it will never have to be redone during its lifetime.

 

#3 Easy to Clean

 

As Marbre Cararra is completely man made, it is a non-porous material. When it comes to your daily cleaning routine, it could not be simpler. All you need to keep your Marbre Cararra looking clean and tidy is a wet cloth and some mild soap.

 

#4 Stain and Scratch Resistant

 

Marbre Cararra is absolutely perfect for anywhere around the house, especially for high traffic areas where there may be spillages or sharp objects. As Marbre Cararra is a non-porous material, it will never hold onto any spillages that occur or bacteria, making is such a clean surface. Because it will never hold onto any spillages it also means that there is no chance of staining occurring, as long as spillages are cleaned up very quickly.
To make the surface even better, it is also scratch resistant so if you ever happen to accidentally drop any sharp objects, then you will not have to worry about easily damaging the surface.

 

#5 Heat Resistant

 

Furthermore, Marbre Cararra is even more perfect for being in the kitchen because it is heat resistant too. The heat resistance feature within the material makes it perfect for being used within food preparation areas such as the kitchen. You will never have to worry about the heat damaging or affecting the surface, however we do still recommend that you continue to use all precautions to minimalize the potential risk.

 

#6 Almost All-Natural

 

Marbre Cararra is also almost an all natural stone, which makes it even more appealing to homeowners. While Marbre Cararra is a manufactured and man made, it contains 93% Natural Quartz and 7% Polymer Resins. If you are looking for a natural stone then this is the next best thing, without the cost.

#7 Flexibility

 

One of the best things about Marbre Cararra is that it is so flexible, and it can be used in a range of ways around the home. You will not be restricted as to where and how you can use the slabs, so whether you want it for a kitchen worktop, flooring, bathroom worktop or even on the walls, you have limitless choices.

 

#8 Two finishes

 

When it comes to purchasing Marbre Cararra you will also have two different finishes to choose from, which offer a different look altogether.
The first finish is matte which appears like a much more natural stone, but this will require more maintenance than our natural finish. However, it will still not need any sealing.
You can also choose from a gloss finish which offers a beautiful polished look on the surface.

 

#9 Budget Friendly

 

As Marbre Cararra is man made and is Quartz, it is one of the best options when it comes to budgets. If you are looking for a stunning stone but are looking to spend as little as possible, then this is one of the best options for you. You can get the appearance of Marble at just a fraction of the price.

#10 Durable

 

Lastly, when you spend your time and money renovating your home, you are going to want it to last as long as possible. The ultimate aim is to never have to replace or renew it at all. Marbre Cararra has been man made and therefore is far more durable and long lasting than Marble. So if you are looking for a surface to last you a life time, you may just be looking at your best choice.

Top Pros & Cons for Porcelain Worktops vs Quartz

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Porcelain has been recently growing in popularity for being used for home renovations. Porcelain comes with a long list of pros and very little cons, however so does Quartz! Is there a huge difference between the two materials?
Hopefully this article will cover why Porcelain and Quartz are both brilliant but where their downfalls are also, to help you make the decision about which material to use for your home.

 

Pros & Cons of Porcelain Worktops

 

  • Porcelain is one of the best materials you can go for if you are wanting to be able to choose from a wide selection of colours, patterns and finishes. But what creates such a big selection to choose from? The raw materials within porcelain have varied pigmentation, to give you a lot to choose between. When it comes to the finishes, you are even able to choose a finish that has veining like marble.
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  • Furthermore, once you have taken your time in carefully selecting the colour and finish, you will be glad to hear that the appearance will never fade as porcelain is UV resistant. Whether you place it directly in sunlight or not, it will have no affect on the long-term appearance of your worktop.
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  • Porcelain is also completely stain resistant, which is perfect for any worktop regardless of whether it will be in the kitchen or bathroom. These two areas tend to have a lot of spillages from a range of chemicals, food, drinks and more. You will have peace of mind with your porcelain worktop as it is so easy to keep clean.
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  • If that is not enough, porcelain is also scratch resistant which means that you will not have to worry about accidentally damaging your worktop with a slip of the knife!
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  • With porcelain, it also comes in large slab sizes too, unlike many other materials out there on the market. You will have the ability and flexibility to use one single slab for your kitchen, offering a stunning look. You will not need to have multiple slabs fused together, depending on the size you are looking for.
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  • You will also benefit from porcelain being so easy to handle, as well as the manufacturer! When it comes to the time of installation and preparing the area, the porcelain worktop can be handled and cut with ease which makes it a quicker process for everyone.
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  • However, porcelain is not without its cons either. Porcelain comes with so many advantages, but the one downfall is that it can be chipped, cracked or damaged. Even though it is scratch resistant, this does not make it unbreakable. So you will still need to be aware that heavy items or force can still damage your worktop.
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Pros & Cons of Quartz Worktops

 

 

  • Much like porcelain, quartz is such a great contender for being used for worktops around the home. Quartz has to be one of the most popular materials out there to use and there are so many reasons why!
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  • Quartz is highly known for being low maintenance, which is a huge bonus for most customers who are looking to renovate their home. Unlike natural stones, Quartz will never need any treatment or sealing during its entire lifetime, meaning no extra costs or hassle for the homeowner.
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  • As Quartz is also a non-porous material, it also makes it extremely easy to keep clean. Quartz will never harbour or soak up any spillages, instead it will simply stay on top of the surface for when you wipe it away.
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  • Quartz is also scratch resistant, much like Porcelain, which means that sharp objects are not a huge problem. But obviously you still need to take the normal precautions to minimise the potential for damage occurring.
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  • Lastly, Quartz is also very hard-wearing so it is perfect for high traffic rooms in the home. However, much like Porcelain, it is not without its cons either. Quartz may comes in a huge range of colours but it cannot replace the beauty of other natural stones like Marble. Simply, there is no replacement, but Quartz is a brilliant alternative.

8 Advantages You Should Know About Quartz Tiles

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Quartz is one of the most popular materials for home renovation works for its list of advantages. Quartz tiles have so much on offer for your home that it is no wonder why people are buying it. But before you go ahead and purchase Quartz tiles, here are some things that you should know before you buy.

 

This overview will hopefully give you all of the information you need to make an informed decision as to whether Quartz tiles are right for you and your home. At ClassicQuartzStone we stock a wide range of Quartz stone colours to match your design style.

 

#1 Low Maintenance

 

Quartz tiles are incredibly low maintenance, in fact it will be one of the best materials you can purchase in terms of being easily kept. Quartz is completely man made so it has been designed with satisfaction in mind. As it is a non-porous stone, unlike natural stones, it will never require any treatment or sealing to be kept looking as good as it does or performing as good as it should.

 

#2 Non-Porous

 

As Quartz is non-porous, it is also incredibly easy to keep clean. During your daily cleaning routine, you will not need to take any special measures, instead all you will need to do is use a mild soap and simply wipe it clean. No spillages will harbour beneath the surface, instead all spillages will remain on top to be easily cleaned away.

 

#3 Stain Resistant

 

Quartz tiles also have stain resistant properties which means that when you spill anything on the surface, it will not soak into the material. Instead, the spillage will remain there on top of the surface waiting to be cleaned away, resulting in minimal stains occurring. However, please note that once something has been spilt it will need to be cleaned away as soon as possible.

 

#4 Budget Friendly

 

Quartz tiles are perfect for those who are on a budget too! Not only will it be cheap for the initial purchase but you will not have to worry about any long term costs, as it will never need any maintenance such as sealing or other treatments that natural stones require.

 

#5 Durable

 

Quartz is one of the best materials out there for being durable, which makes it perfect for being used within high traffic areas as well as family homes. The Quartz tiles are sure to be subjected to a lot of traffic and use so it will pay to invest in a material that is designed to withstand it.

 

#6 Versatile

 

Quartz tiles are perfect for being used or a range of different things around the home. It can be used for kitchen countertops, bathroom countertops, flooring and much more. Whatever you have in mind for your home, there is a brilliant chance that Quartz tiles can help you achieve it.

 

#7 Range of Colours & Patterns

 

One of the big benefits of purchasing Quartz is that it comes in a huge range of colours and patterns. Regardless of what colour you have in mind, there is bound to be a shade that will fit in perfectly!

 

#8 Finishes

 

Much like the colours and patterns, there are also a few different finishes you can choose from. Whether you want Matte, Polished or Natural finishing, the choice is all yours.

5 Tips for Choosing the Ideal Quartz Colour for Your Work Surface

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So, you have decided on the Quartz stone to use for your work surface but you have yet to pick our your colour. When it comes to deciding on the colour it can often be just as difficult as it was picking out which material to use, often it can be harder. Whether you are looking for a completely different colour scheme to what you have now or you are looking for something to match your existing accessories and theme, you are guaranteed to find the perfect Quartz colour to suit your personality and theme in mind.

 

#1 The Room Size

 

When picking out the colour, consider the size of your home first. If you have a small room then white or lighter colours will be favourable as they can offer the illusion that your room is much bigger than it actually is. Similarly, if you have a huge room then lighter colours and shades such as white may not be the best bet, as it can often make your room look far too big which can be quite unsightly.

 

#2 Cleanliness

 

When it comes to cleaning, the colour and shade you pick out and play a big part in how clean your room will look. If you choose a very light or pale colour, then you are at risk of having to clean more often than if you chose a darker colour, as it will show up more dirt and mess. However, extremely dark colours such as black can also have this same effect. If you are wanting a colour that will not show of dirt, then a medium shade colour will be perfect.

 

#3 Matching with Accessories

 

Think about the style you are wanting your room to be. Do you have your accessories already picked out? If you do, then pick a colour that will complement it but do not get a colour that will be hard to match up against in a few years if you change your mind about your accessories. It is easy to change the accessories over the work surface.

 

If you do not have any accessories at all and are simply picking out a colour that catches your eye, try to think about how easy it will be to find things to match it with. For example, if you like the idea of turquoise accessories then do not necessarily go for a turquoise work surface, go for something that will match perfectly and then incorporate the work surface colour into your accessories as well.

 

#4 Choose a Few Patterns

 

Once you have picked out the colour that you are going to purchase, try and find a few different styles of that colour. If you have chosen cream then try and look at a few work surfaces that have veining, spots, have a glittery appearance and perhaps freckles. Different patterns and offer a very different style and appearance to your entire room, so pick out the pattern carefully.

 

#5 Your Personality

 

Stay true to your own style and personality, never let the current trends sway your decision as in five years time and that trend is out the window, you may start to dislike your work surface. Make sure that the colour you are choosing is completely you, then you are far more likely to be happy with the outcome.

4 Stylish Quartz Leather Range Colours for Kitchen Surfaces

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Here at Classic Quartz Stone, we offer a service that will template, supply and fit a range of materials for kitchen surfaces. One of our most popular stones is Quartz and within that range we have an additional Quartz range that are Quartz leather colours. Our Quart leather range offers a unique appearance unlike any other!
With the benefits of Quartz, you will not be disappointed as it is perfectly paired with a style unlike any other stone.

 

Leather Range Colours

 

#1 Calacatta Leather

 

Our Calacatta Leather colour is one of our light grey/off white colours. The base colour is matched with beige markings which give the appearance of leather rips which offer that rustic style that so many homeowners are looking for. Additionally, some people may be able to look at this colour and see that the markings are quite similar to that of Marble in the way that the markings of ‘leather rips’ follow the same pattern.

 

#2 Boston

 

Another one of our grey colours within this range is this Boston colour. The base colour for this one is once again light grey but with a slight darker grey for the markings throughout the design. These markings are very thin lines that run throughout the slab which work at creating the appearance that the leather is cracking. Once again, offering that beautiful rustic appearance but still different to our last.

 

#3 Gravel

 

As you can see, we love our grey colours within this Quartz leather range. Gravel is one of our medium to light grey colours that have thousands of lighter grey speckles running throughout and all over the surface of the slab. These speckles work at creating the appearance of small stones that are on the surface. Gravel offers a look very similar to Granite and for that reason may prove extremely popular!

 

#4 Statuario Leather

 

Very similar to Calacatta Leather, our Statuario Leather colour has dark grey veining that gives off the appearance of ripping of the leather. Additionally, some people may see this design again as being very similar to the pattern of Marble, but without the price tag attached. This colour may be similar to our other leather ripped effect slab, however the veining on this particular colour is thicker than the last so it gives an altogether different appearance that will suit a different kitchen style. The base colour for this slab is a light grey.

 

Final Thoughts

 

As you can see from reading the above guide to our Quartz leather range colours, we love grey! And that is because grey is such an on trend colour at the moment and does not feel like it will ever go out of style. Regardless of your overall colour theme within the kitchen, grey is a perfect colour as it will always match well against the colour and shade of your choice. You can also use it in a range of ways, for example if you wanted to be bold and go for bright yellows, you can. Or if you prefer, you could stick to a more neutral colour and choose lighter shades to complement it.
You can even switch the design up whenever you wish without worrying about being restricted with the accessories.