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Please share pictures of your white/creamy quartz counter top

Posted by thedork (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 29, 13 at 16:56

I am lost of so many different names. What are the popular names in CA?

I need a lighter ( white ) quartz or similar granite ( not very busy ) counter top. I would like a piece with very tiny small green freckles if something like that exist or just white but not very sharp since my doors will be flat with medium darker stain.

Did anybody go with pre-fab?

Thank you!


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RE: Please share pictures of your white/creamy quartz counter top

Here's Cambria Darlington. Not white, but light. More grey/mushroom coloured flecks. I know Cambria Windemere is similar background but with bits of grey-green.

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I just got Organic White Caesarstone installed today. It's too dark in my kitchen now to take a pic, but will tomorrow.

Bonnie


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Caesarstone Arctic White on perimeter counters.

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My countertops aren't installed yet but here are the slab pictures. Some granite/quartzite warehouses called this White Macabaus and some called it White Calcutta Quartzite.


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Sorry about that. Here's the first slab...


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Here is the 2nd slab of White Macabaus Quartzite.


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We have Hanstone Swan Cotton in our bathrooms. I sometimes wish I went with that in the kitchen.


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Wow, that White Macabaus Quartzite is stunning!


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Quartz names do not vary by region, the manufacturers use the same names nationwide. Its easier to find solid white colors in quartz than granite. Its very hard to find a granite with a pure white colors. To see the different quartz colors go to the manufacturer's websites as they all show the colors they make.


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lalalisa - where did you find your white macabaus? It's beautiful.


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Here our ours...Caesarstone Nougat.


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Thank you all! Great choices! I am looking at the Blizzard


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mary9915-- what kind of sink is that? Where do I find it? It's fabulous! Does it come without the divider?

This post was edited by mommaross on Fri, Apr 12, 13 at 17:48


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We went with white macubus too


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