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Cimstone Sines Quartz Worktops Burgess Hill Worktop Install West Sussex

Mr and Mrs C replaced the tired laminate worktops on their existing Howdens kitchen units with Cimstone Sines – a cost-effective cream, sparkly quartz which has brought a light and contemporary feel into their kitchen.

THE FINER DETAILS

Worktops Burgess Hill

The kitchen features a very practical top-mounted, ceramic sink, from Wickes Country range, with a Brita, triple-lever mixer tap from B&Q. The mirror sparkles in the Sines quartz are visible here.

Worktops Burgess Hill

Solid stone worktops are about 10mm thinner than laminate or wood. When replacing worktops with pre-fitted splashbacks or tiling it is necessary to regain that thickness – in this case through a mixture of packing up under the worktops and a slightly thicker silicone bead on top.

Worktops Burgess Hill

Detail of joint at corner, showing how the chamfer “fades out” into the join and the narrow and unobtrusive nature of a silicone join in this material. The texture of the stone can also be seen, although the mirror sparkle cannot be captured well in a photograph.

Worktops Burgess Hill

The Ikea bench to the left of the sink provides massive storage on the open side of the room. We smoothed and polished the sink cut-out as a chopping board, so that this unit is tied in with the rest of the kitchen by the quartz. Lamona built-in fridge & freezer.

Worktops Burgess Hill

The kitchen already had black glass full-height splashbacks from Howdens joinery, so there was no need for a quartz upstand.

Worktops Burgess Hill

The New Home stove with its built-in glass lid coordinates well with the black and cream look of the kitchen.