Quartz Countertop Colors: 6 of the Most Beautiful Caesarstone Patterns

Posted on Monday, September 19th, 2016 by Arch City Granite

quartz countertop colors

There are many benefits to installing quartz counters in your kitchen or bathroom. This advanced man-made material is stain resistant, heat resistant (up to a certain point), and scratch resistant. It requires no maintenance, and is easy to clean.

In this article, we are going to focus on Caesarstone. Founded in 1987, this brand has since become synonymous with high-end quartz countertops. Caesarstone is one of four brand of quartz that we keep in stock at Arch City Granite and Marble.

They have many beautiful patterns to choose from, but of course we have our favorites. So, without further ado, here is our completely subjective list of the six most beautiful Caesarstone patterns available today.

We carry each of these quartz styles in bulk, so you only have to pay for the parts of the slabs you need, giving you a lower end rate.

1. Nobel Grey Caesarstone Quartz

Nobel Grey Caesarstone Quartz

Of all the quartz styles on the market, Nobel Grey does one of the best jobs of capturing the true essence of a classic White Carrara Marble. It features medium-sized gray patterning that meanders across a white/off-white background. Like White Carrara Marble, Nobel Grey Quartz work well in almost any type of home or style of kitchen.

2. Taj Royale Caesarstone Quartz

Taj Royale Caesarstone Quartz

Taj Royale is a quiet pattern with warm neutrals mixed in such a way that the slabs resemble Spanish Crema Marfil Marble. The pattern is small and fairy consistent across the slab, with well-balanced veins of caramel and light brown adding just a bit of motion to your countertop.

3. Frosty Carina Caesarstone Quartz

Frosty Carina Caesarstone Quartz

Frosty Carina is a minimalist take on white marble, with blue-grey filigree in a small, gentle pattern over a white background. This quartz is perfect for a contemporary kitchen–particularly as an alternative to the solid white counter for those who want just a bit more going on.

4. London Grey Caesarstone Quartz

London Grey Caesarstone Quartz

London Grey has a very similar pattern to Frosty Carrina, but instead of blue-grey, the wispy veining is a feint taupe and gold. If you are planning to incorporate more warm colors or metals (bronze, brass), this is a great way to get that marble look while still ensuring that the counter ties in with the rest of the room.

5. Sleek Concrete Caesarstone Quartz

Sleek Concrete Caesarstone Quartz

Moving in a very different direction, we have Sleek Concrete, a distinctly contemporary pattern. This minimalist quartz has a small, consistent grain with a few shades of gray. It is a more durable (and cheaper) alternative to concrete counters.

6. Calacatta Nuovo Caesarstone Quartz

Calacatta Nuovo Caesarstone Quartz

Last and definitely not least is Calacatta Nuovo. This next-generation quartz replicates the long, bold lines of the beautiful–but soft and expensive– Calacatta Marble family. If you are trying to get the best possible quartz alternative to a bold marble, you won’t find many quartz patterns better than Calacatta Nuovo.

To see full slabs of these Caesarstone quartz patterns, visit one of Arch City and Granite’s two showrooms in the greater St. Louis area. Our stone experts are always on hand to help you make the perfect selection for your unique project. We carry each of these quartz styles in bulk, so you only have to pay for the parts of the slabs you need, giving you a lower end rate.

(All pictures, Courtesy of Caesarstone USA)

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