Here’s a new construction home that showcases the use of two quartz products in one kitchen that looks absolutely stunning. The homeowner chose to use two different designs in her large kitchen; the island of Ceasarstone Emperadoro quartz and the perimeter is Cambria quartz countertops – Windermere. With the dynamic shades of gray and cream that flirt with flecks of golden copper in the Cambria Windermere is was an complementing design for the Emperadoro. A little light with the dark providing great contrast.
Cambria and Ceasarstone are both quartz – this means they are nonporous and nonabsorbent so it won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, which can harbor harmful bacteria. They are both maintenance free. Granite and marble require regular sealing and polishing. With quartz, all you need to do is wipe it down with a little warm water and mild soap. And both are much harder than granite or marble making it more durable. That means quartz is less likely to scratch, chip, or stain for years of flawless service. Where can you find both Cambria and Ceasarstone – at the Stone Center!