Quartz Countertops Colors – What are the most popular?


“What are the most popular quartz countertops colors?”

We’ve done the homework for you!  Are you curious? Do you wonder as you plan out your renovation what the popular choices are for quartz counter tops these days?  Do the homeowners of New Jersey, especially here in the Monmouth County area purchase quartz for there new countertops?  The answer is a big “YES”.  Here in our brand new Colts Neck showroom the majority of our clients are from Holmdel, Marlboro, Howell, Colts Neck, and other surrounding local towns.  They especially lean toward purchasing quartz materials because these products do not require as much TLC as natural stone materials do.  Quartz countertops are very popular from Cambria, Silestone, Ceasarstone, and MSI International.

Even though granite-looking quartz materials still flood the market in huge numbers, quartz colors that simulate natural marble have taken the lead for sometime now. Contrast is taking center stage in designs, and black and white kitchens are all the rage.

To compliment cabinets such as matte blacks and the ever-lasting white cabinets consumers have been looking toward contrasting quartz colors, such as the ones being offered from Cambria USA.  They have several composed design palettes with this one being profiled at the top of their list:

Opposites Attract

 White Cliff, Charston, Menai & Torquay are perfect compliments to those contrasting pops of colored cabinetry and shelving we see entering the market place.

Silestone our next contender certainly knows quartz, offering us the:

Eternal Series

 Calacatta Gold, Statuario, Charcoal Soapstone and the brand new Marquina.

Next, in the line up we have Ceasarstone, another major player in the big league of quartz counter tops.  Remaining true to the classics with their collection, they’ve launched:


 Rugged Concrete, Montblanc, Moorland Fog and Turbine Grey.

Last but not least, we offer “Q” from MSI International, another optimal quartz product for your needs, a must see palette:

Natural Stone Look

 Blanca Arabescato, Calacatta Laza, Carrara Caldia & Carrara Marmi.

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