Are you exploring design options for your new kitchen or bath remodel? Are you attracted to the crisp and contemporary look of an all-white kitchen? You can achieve that stunning look using man-made solid surfaces such as quartz or recycled glass while avoiding the darker inclusions often associated with natural stone slabs. See all the options in person when you visit the Countertop Shop in Monclova, OH.

Creating an Ocean of White Ready to Provide High Contrast for Color

While you love the thought of an all-white kitchen, many times designer examples of this decor choice include bold splashes of color. How do you balance the beauty of white without making it cold and stark? Consider using a darker countertop for your island. Even a warmer white counter in the center island can help to soften the overall impression. Think about black, brown, or a colored set of base cabinets to bring color and comfort into the room.

Compare the Brilliance of ENVI Calacatta and Illuminato to Our other White Stone Slabs

Not all white countertop materials are truly white. Some of the newest options available to our customers include the ENVI Calacatta and Illuminato Quartz products. When placed side by side with our other quartz and natural stone slabs, the brilliance of the ENVI products leaps across the room. Heighten the effect of your white-on-white kitchen or bath by diminishing the amount of darker inclusions with the right choice of quartz.

Man-made Quartz Resists Stains, Scratches, and Wear

Did you know that man-made quartz is designed to withstand decades of serious abuse found in the kitchen? The natural ground stone is pressed into a mold and formed using heat and adhesives. You are left with a gorgeous, polished surface that resists scratches and chips. Even if you do manage to create a surface scratch, its color runs through the entire thickness of the slab, minimizing the appearance of any defect. It is ready to withstand decades of family meals and celebrations.

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Easy to Clean and Sanitize Using Common Mild Cleaners

Quartz is also nearly non-porous, so stains and germs have a harder time getting down inside the counter. Most stains can be wiped up or erased using a mild cleaner. It can be sanitized easily using common non-abrasive products found at your grocery store. Your white counter will remain nearly flawless as the years pass.

Go ahead! Dream big of a huge kitchen featuring gleaming white cabinets, white geometric tiles on the floor, and a stunning expanse of white quartz counters. Position a brilliant bouquet of flowers and colorful glassware about the room. Change them out with the seasons! You will have a timeless design able to keep up with trending decor and thrive through enumerable meals.

Visit us at the Countertop Shop in Monclova, OH to explore all your options for that dream white kitchen counter

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