Quartz countertops are becoming a trend among many homeowners today.  While compared to most other counter-top materials, Quartz is the appearance of the finished engineered stone is rich, and even luxurious. Quartz is non-porous as well, giving it the strength to resist staining.  Quartz also has the same durability as concrete and granite, but is quite a bit more forgiving so it won’t chip or crack as easily. It also works well with most styles! Take a look at a few examples below for more inspiration!

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Our Ella quartz countertop is a soothing complement to a beachy and coastal kitchen renovation by @JKathDesignBuil #MyCambria

Moonshine cabinets and Carrara Marmi Quartz for the laundry room!

White Quartzite Countertop Ideas. Kitchen with thick White Quartzite Countertop and farmhouse sink. #WhiteQuartzite #Countertop AGK Design Studio.

Victoria Quartz countertop. Marble vs. Quartz - A Thoughtful Place

White Quartz Counters with Farmhouse Sink: Carrara Gioia Quartz at Daltile