Quartz is a popular choice for countertops (and more), and for good reason:
Straight Up Surface Talk
When you're designing a room as practical as a kitchen needs to be, it's a delicate balance between efficiency and beauty, especially when choosing backsplashes to go with your quartz countertops.
Engineered quartz countertops have become one of the most popular countertops for many reasons. They're beautiful, affordable, durable, and easy to care for. Of course, those personal considerations aren't the only thing you should take into account when choosing a countertop material; environmental concerns should also play a role.
Quartz counters are remarkably easy to clean and care for. They are durable and non-porous, meaning that they can withstand normal wear and tear with minimal risk of staining or harboring bacteria.
After years of experience in the field, we're certified "quartz nerds" and can't resist sharing some of our favorite facts about quartz with friends, family, blog readers, customers, people in line at the grocery store—you get the idea.
When choosing bar countertops, the goal is to end up with a bar that is distinct from the rest of the kitchen or entertainment area but blends perfectly in terms of style and color.
It's time to remodel your bathroom! So let's talk countertops. Be sure to keep these five things in mind as you start shopping:
Quartz countertops are rapidly gaining popularity, and for good reason (they were once again ranked the #1 kitchen countertop material by Consumer Reports in July 2013). That said, most people who buy them have no idea what quartz really is.
No matter what size your kitchen is, you'll probably find yourself spending a lot of time in the kitchen over the holidays, whether it's baking cookies or getting holiday meals together. To make those long holiday days more manageable, start off the season with these four tips for sprucing up your quartz countertop: