As well as purity of colour, saturation and vibrancy can also be achieved with quartz. In the early days of these products a vast range of very bright colours was available, including amazing pink surfaces from pale flamingo to stunning fuchsia, purples, strong blues, through to orange, apple and lime green. Many of these were also available in mirror fleck versions.
More recently, with a general trend to softer, more natural colours and materials, and massive progress by quartz manufacturers in emulating real stone, the picture has changed. Almost all manufacturers make marble-look stones, but some brands, like Caesarstone and Silestone, are especially known for natural looking marble. Others, such as many of the Cambria products, are almost hyper-natural, with strong textures and veining combining with subtle sparkle to give a look which is Nature-Plus. And Radianz produce, in their Noble range, materials whose earthy tones make them work in contemporary kitchens, but whose little nuggets of metallic sparkle set them apart.
In order to be able to offer our customers the widest possible choice in terms of colour & price we have a range of stock colours (for quick delivery and cost efficiency), but also supply a huge range of quartz worktops from leading manufacturers including Silestone, Cimstone, Arenastone, Samsung Radianz, Compac, Quarella, Diresco and the stunning range from Cambria.
Why so many brands? Is buying from a big brand worth it? See here for some thoughts on the subject.
You may have heard that dangerous dust can be an issue in making quartz worktops. We have thought about that too.