10 Quartz Colours for Kitchen Island Countertops
When it comes to choosing a colour for your kitchen island countertop, it can be a long process. You need to consider your personal style, the colour theme of your kitchen and what kind of look you are going for.
You will only tend to replace and get a new kitchen once in your lifetime, so you need to take your time to make this decision.
To help you with your choice, here are 10 Quartz colours for kitchen island countertops.
Serengeti is one of our light navy blue colours with a darker blue veining on the top. Both of the navy’s work together at giving the appearance of almost Marble.
Sepia has the base colour of ivory with golden and grey speckles throughout which give the appearance of stones.
Santa Brown is one of our gorgeous brown colours. The main base colour is dark brown with black markings which work together to create a beautiful dark surface which is an alternative to greys and black.
Santorini has a grey base colour with white markings throughout which give the appearance of it being almost Marble like.
Platino Gris Noir is another one of our black colours with black being the base colour. There is are a mixture of white, grey and black chunks which give the appearance of glitter throughout the slab.
Honey Onyx is one of our most luxurious colours. The golden base colour has darker gold markings over the top which is perfect for anyone looking for a light neutral colour as an alternative to white.
Platino Branco has a light grey colour as its base with black, grey and white stones throughout the slab surface.
Brillo Gris has darker grey with black and dark greys throughout the surface of the slab. These colours work together to give the appearance of stones, offering some contrast to the colours.
Brillo Rouge has a red base colour which is a brilliantly modern colour to choose. On top of the red it has darker red speckles with the occasional white thrown in.
Empire is another one of our darker colours. The base colour is black but has golden markings which make it a unique countertop. The markings are in a circular shape which give almost a bubble like appearance.