QUARTZ

Browse some of our most popular quartz colors for countertops and other projects.  Quartz has become a popular choice for kitchen countertops in recent years thanks to its durability and vast range of color patterns.  Remember that actual quartz slabs may vary from the sample images you see online.  The good thing is that, unlike granite and other natural stones, quartz slabs are relatively consistent from slab to slab since it is an engineered stone.  Book an appointment to visit our showroom, conveniently located between Greensboro and Winston-Salem, to browse our full slab inventory and view samples.

Our “Choosing the Best Product for You” chart provides a useful comparison overview of the benefits of using quartz versus other natural stones and engineered stones.

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Click on the quartz colors below to visit the websites of the manufacturers, where you can browse many more color options. 

Bianco Calacatta (Silestone)
Bianco Calacatta (Silestone)
Pearl Jasmine (Silestone)
Pearl Jasmine (Silestone)
Pietra (Silestone)
Pietra (Silestone)
Eternal Marquina (Silestone)
Eternal Marquina (Silestone)
Miami White (Silestone)
Miami White (Silestone)
Frost White (Lucastone)
Frost White (Lucastone)
Urban Grey (Lucastone)
Urban Grey (Lucastone)
Statuario (Lucastone)
Statuario (Lucastone)
Greystone (Lucastone)
Greystone (Lucastone)
Dark Silt (Cosmos)
Dark Silt (Cosmos)
Alpine Spring (Cosmos)
Alpine Spring (Cosmos)
Statuario Extra (Cosmos)
Statuario Extra (Cosmos)

How durable is quartz?  Quartz is made of a mixture of recycled stone, polymer resin, and pigment.  It is actually much more impact resistant than any other natural stone.  It offers extreme durability on many fronts, such as scratch resistance, impact resistance, and heat resistance.  Unlike many natural stones, quartz offers consistency in its patterns.  Its beauty comes from the endless color and patterns options available.  Most quartz slabs are available in a polished finish, while some slabs are available in a honed/matte finish.

Unique Calacatta (MetroQuartz)
Unique Calacatta (MetroQuartz)
Calacatta Vincenza (MetroQuartz)
Calacatta Vincenza (MetroQuartz)
Gray Pearl (MetroQuartz)
Gray Pearl (MetroQuartz)
Andorra (MetroQuartz)
Andorra (MetroQuartz)
Portrush (Cambria)
Portrush (Cambria)
Clovelly (Cambria)
Clovelly (Cambria)
Charlestown (Cambria)
Charlestown (Cambria)
Mehndi (WilsonArt)
Mehndi (WilsonArt)

Quartz is perfect for use throughout your house!  Although quartz is not a good fit for outdoor use, it is a perfect option for indoor projects such as kitchen countertops, laundry room countertops, bathroom vanities, fireplace surrounds, backsplashes, shower seats, desktops, and more!

Haida (WilsonArt)
Haida (WilsonArt)
Desert Wind (WilsonArt)
Desert Wind (WilsonArt)
Salar (WilsonArt)
Salar (WilsonArt)
Excava (CaesarStone)
Excava (CaesarStone)
Symphony Grey (CaesarStone)
Symphony Grey (CaesarStone)
Empira White (CaesarStone)
Empira White (CaesarStone)
Alpine Mist (CaesarStone)
Alpine Mist (CaesarStone)
White Attica (CaesarStone)
White Attica (CaesarStone)

Once you’ve picked a quartz color for your countertop or other project, the next step is to pick an edge profile!  We offer a solid selection of edge profiles to go along with the style you’re seeking.  Ask us which edge profiles we recommend!

Tranquility (Spectrum)
Tranquility (Spectrum)
Dreamy (Spectrum)
Dreamy (Spectrum)
Panache (Spectrum)
Panache (Spectrum)
Bliss (Spectrum)
Bliss (Spectrum)
Rococo (LG Viatera)
Rococo (LG Viatera)
Soprano (LG Viatera)
Soprano (LG Viatera)
Lento (LG Viatera)
Lento (LG Viatera)
Aria (LG Viatera)
Aria (LG Viatera)
Italian Waves (HanStone)
Italian Waves (HanStone)
Terra (HanStone)
Terra (HanStone)
Monterey (HanStone)
Monterey (HanStone)
Yorkville (HanStone)
Yorkville (HanStone)

Please call or email us to inquire about availability of each color, as manufacturers’ websites may not always be up-to-date.