Countertops have a come a long way since your mother chose her kitchen décor. No longer are you limited to a few patterns or colors. Homeowners looking to create a showcase kitchen in Sandy Springs, can choose from a variety of countertop colors. Here are 5 of the most popular quartz countertop colors for 2018.
Whether your style is traditional or transitional, white marble quartz is an ideal choice for a modern kitchen. With just a touch of gray marble-like veins running throughout, the look is refined and elegant. White marble is perfect is you want to lighten and enlarge your space yet still create a warm look. Also, you won’t see every bit of debris or dust, meaning you won’t need to be quite so fastidious about wiping the countertops down immediately after use.
If you choose gray for your quartz countertops in Sandy Springs, you show the world your classy side. Gray also goes with a wide variety of colors making it flexible as well as elegant. Don’t be afraid to be bold when you choose paint colors and accessories. Think red, orange, or teal!
Black makes a bold statement in the modern kitchen. Don’t shy away from choosing black because you think it will be to dark and mysterious. Pair black quartz with cream cabinets and muted versions of color for a warm look. Combine black countertops with stainless steel appliances and all white cabinets for an ultra-modern style. Black equates with luxury. Isn’t that what you want?
Beige Is Not Boring
Beige may be neutral but it’s certainly not boring! Neutral doesn’t mean you can’t add bold patterns to your countertops. Look for Sandy Springs quartz countertops with patterns of speckles and veins, or swirls and spots. Make sure the color palette includes touches of gray, cream, gold, and rust.
Pure White Quartz
White is sometimes associated with a bare stark look. And it can be, but it’s also crisp and airy. White is timeless. It never goes out of style. If you have a small kitchen, white countertops can make the room appear larger. If you have dark cabinets, white countertops offset that and, again, bring a sense of increased space. White can be dressed up or down in the modern kitchen with the same result: elegance, luxury, and class.