Quartz Countertops That Look Like Marble
Quartzite is increasing in popularity with every passing day due to its extraordinary durability and the attractive characteristic of resembling the look of marble without any hassle.
White marble kitchen countertops are very attractive, but they are difficult to maintain because they are porous and can be chipped. Because they're porous, they need to be resealed every couple of months. Quartzite countertops can be a great option as they only need sealing about once a year.
Quartzite is durable and strong. These counters come with chip-resistant, stain-resistant and heat-resistant features. They are beautiful, sturdy, and the best part is that they look like marble.
It has an earthy look that suits every home, whether you want to use it as a kitchen countertop or for any other purpose. It comes in a variety of neutral colors that allow you to change the rest of the design and colors in your kitchen for an amazing look and feel.
Here are the best quartzite countertop colors that look like marble:
This super-white quartzite has a white base and light grey shading. It goes well with dark cabinets to create contrasting colors in your kitchen.
If you love having a clean look, then go for this color, which looks like marble and offers a clean and bright look.
Classic white quartzite counters offer a great foundation for the other color combinations that you love in your kitchen. It's a great neutral option for a remodel or new construction.
The cirrus white color mimics white marble well. This quartz countertop available at Any Top Shop is the lightest stone color and has less veining. If you'd love to have the look of marble in your kitchen, then this is a great choice, and it maintains that clean look too.
This is one of the quartz countertops that mimics the colors of marble. It's snow-white with light veining. It is delicate and soft looking, with a natural stone look and feel. It's well-suited for any decorating style.
Any Top Shop is the best place to shop for your quartz countertops. Keep in mind that every slab is different and can vary in color or depth, so you need to check out their variety and colors online and choose the one that best suits your needs.
The four colors of quartz countertop above look like marble and are much lower-maintenance. When you install these counters, everyone will think they're marble.
Explore the richness and versatility of quartz today.