Project Description: This customer was looking for a solid gray material. She didn’t want granite because of the specs, so she decided to use soho gray quartz. For this vanity we also installed a skirt.
- Suburb Location: Plano, TX
- Stone Type: Soho Gray Quartz 3CM Polished
- Edge Type: Radius Top and Bottom
- Sink Type: Rectangle Undermount
- Length of project 4 Days
- Backsplash: Quartz Splash
- Final Price : $2,000
Countertops made from quartz are a mixture of man-made resin and actual quartz, meaning that they can be dyed in a variety of colors. No matter what color you choose, quartz doesn’t stain since it is non-porous.
If you’re having them installed in your bathroom like our client in Plano, TX, be careful placing your curling iron down directly on top of it since quartz is susceptible to heat, but quartz is otherwise made to be durable and long-lasting.
You shouldn’t even see any seams in quartz if you choose a darker color, like the soho gray quartz. Take a look at our project in Plano: almost completely seamless, with a sleek design and a quartz backsplash too. Not to mention the sleek appearance and modern style for a contemporary feeling in any bathroom or kitchen.
For our project, we used a radius top and bottom edge type, which is meant for a modern look. You have many more edge type options to choose from though, and we’d be more than willing to discuss them with you. First, however, you have to decide between something designer or more basic, like the pencil edge.
The pencil edge type will still give you that modern look without edges that are quite as sharp. This countertop edge has barely visible rounded edges on the top and bottom, but with sides that are still straight.
This will add some style to your bathroom or kitchen without compromising the modern look you’re looking for. It’s also more forgiving in case you manage to bang a dish or a cup against it.
Quartz is easier to cut and shape than stones like granite, and doesn’t reveal seams very easily when we bring it in by pieces. We’ll begin by measuring your space and determining how many slabs of quartz we need to bring in to get the right shape. Then we’ll carry it in carefully and set it up for you.
Quartz may be more expensive than other countertop options, but the style and performance is undeniable.
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Quartz is a great option for bathrooms and kitchens, since it’s so durable and long-lasting. It’s one of the hardest materials in the world, not to mention that it’s also able to be manufactured in any color or style that you want.
Get your quartz to match your current décor and desired style, like our client did with her soho gray quartz bathroom countertop.
Any homeowner would be glad to have a quartz countertop thanks to the durable quality, especially since it’s so easy to maintain. It’s even non-porous, meaning that bacteria or water will never be a problem no matter what room you have it installed in.