You know that our team at Spencer Granite loves quartz countertops just as much as our other natural stone options. There are several suppliers of top-notch quartz, and one of our favorites is Caesarstone. Ceasarstone Quartz has a wide range of beautiful color options and we’re excited to tell you about their new line that is shaped by nature, their new Pebbles Collection. With this collection, you can have all the benefits of quartz countertops and the beauty of nature all in one product.
Let’s take a look at the colors from Caesarstone Quartz’s newest collection.
The darkest of the Pebble colors, Raindream imitates the look of a wet river stone. Dark gray strokes highlight the layers of slate gray. If you’re looking for a dark countertop but think black is a little too harsh, Raindream is the quartz countertop for you. Even better, it looks equally gorgeous against white or natural wood.
For a warmer feel, consider Agger Grey. enhanced by honey-gray veins and clay undertones, this color works equally well in a classic or modern kitchen. If your style leans towards brass hardware and warm wood, Agger Grey is the right choice for your kitchen.
It’s greige paint in quartz form. A beautiful, soft neutral that matches virtually any color palette, Wyndigo is the most pebble-y of the Pebble Collection. White and light gray mix in with the earthy tones, capturing the mottled two-toned look of a pebble.
Gentle mineral grays and subtle veining give Stoneburst a calming quality. It goes particularly well with the farmhouse aesthetic and unfinished wood. As an unassuming neutral base, it also makes bright colors pop.
If pure white is just a bit too bright for your taste, the gentle off-white of Riverlet is the perfect alternative. Subtle amber accents give Riverlet a warm feel for a cozy kitchen. Pair it with white cabinets or light-colored wood for a bright and cheery feel.
All Your Favorite Caesarstone Quartz Colors at Spencer Granite
Caesarstone Quartz has a wide range of colors for both indoor and outdoor use. We love these colors from the new Pebble Collection, but if none of them strike your fancy, you can check out their entire catalog. Spencer Granite will special-order a slab direct from the supplier for your custom job.