|We are building a house and looking for a quartz countertop to go with our backsplash and cabinets. Our cabinets are an off-white (but not too off-white), and this photo is the backsplash we are doing, but in a hexagon pattern. Our accent colors are going to be a lot of the green/recycled glass look, and the floors are a rustic darker-brown wood. I have my eye on the coswell cream from Cambria, but would really, really love to have something with more of a marble with more movement. I'm not happy with any of Cambria's colors along that look, because I want something that's warmer than the stark white they have (doesn't look good with cabinets). Any suggestions, either in photos, names or just brands I could look into? Thank you so much in advance!!|
|Cambria Torquay has a marble look to it.|
|Pental has a Chroma Quartz color called Lattice that is an off-whitish marble look. Maybe too gray for you, and movement is fairly subtle, but it might be worth a look.|
|Thanks guys! I'll definitely check these options out. Any other ideas?|
|Gorgeous tile! |
When we renovated our kitchen, we investigated a lot of quartz brands, and finally chose Silestone. We were very happy with the results... The product, the installation and the customer service were all exemplary.
And they have a gazillion color choices.
Here they are:
Here is a link that might be useful: Silestone color choices
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