Having a quartz kitchen countertop or bathroom sink or floor will not only increase your home’s value, but adds a sense of dignity, quality, and beauty to your home.
There are many great characteristics to having a quartz addition to your home, but one of the absolute best is the fact that you can pick a colour that represents the flow of your home.
This article will focus on the quartz colours that work best with your white cabinets.
White on White
An extremely classic and noble colour combination is the traditional white on white. With the white cabinets, a white quartz countertop colour would be an amazing symbiosis of subtle colours.
When presented in a kitchen (or bathroom for that matter) the natural sunlight that comes into the room will make it glow. White quartz on white cabinets provides an amazingly positive feel to the kitchen during the day, making you feel like you can cook anything, all day!
While the advantages of white on white for the day seems obvious, the advantages purge into the night as well. Sunlight makes the whites whiter but darkness also makes the dark lighter as well. The more light there is in the kitchen the safer you will be!
White on ‘Non White’
As soon as you start to pick out colours for your countertops, you will realize that there are numerous shades, colours, patterns, and other additive factors that will contribute to your ‘white’ colour decision!
The ‘non white’ aspect of a colour classic colour selection is basically throwing in a bit of shading or an accent into the quartz colour you have chosen. In addition, there are many different patterns and styles that can be custom made to make your countertop the exact way you want them.
White on ‘Other Colours’
While ‘white on white’ and ‘white on non white’ are amazing for your kitchen or bathroom, there are a few subtle differences in some other styles that might suite your needs. Some of these other colours include differing shades of white and grey.
Other ideas that can be included in the best that work with white cabinets are combinations of these colours. The best way to have contrast between subtle, but amazing, colours is to recognize these differences and perhaps combine them to make the colour you want!