Today’s designers aren’t limited to the tile backsplashes of the 20th centuries. There are many options which exist that can be used by both designers and homeowners to lend a unique look to a home. Many times, living spaces feature the contemporary look of fresh quartz countertops which are contrasted against rustic wood surfaces.
Quartz Master quartz surfaces are ideal for doing exactly this. The quartz is bookmatched, giving you the ability to create large workspaces. And because it’s the hardest, most durable surface on the market, you’ll enjoy it for a lifetime.
In this design, Quartz Master’s Statuario Venato, from the Marble Collection, provides a fresh and bright venue for entertaining. Elegant countertops and modern seating lend a bit of contemporary flair to contrast the reclaimed wood wallcovering. Together, they give the feel of a Sonoma wine country lodge.
Reminiscent of a turn of the century deep South kitchen, this design exudes comfort yet offers practicality. The cabinetry’s fruitwood finish was chosen to complement the bright and spacious feel of the marbleized quartz countertops. A hardwood floor adds the final touch to the country feel. Alternatively, the surfaces would pop against walls fit with a deep reclaimed barn board. Accentuate the design with live plants and dramatic lighting.
Quartz surfaces are scientifically engineered – but that doesn’t mean that a kitchen which incorporates quartz can’t also incorporate rustic charm. The versatility of quartz is appropriate for all kitchens, from contemporary homes to classic log cabins.