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Close Up of White Quartz CountertopQuartz has quickly risen in popularity in recent years as a material for bathroom and kitchen countertops. Its benefits in the home are widely recognized, and more and more homeowners are choosing to go with quartz kitchen countertops over other countertop materials. But quartz isn’t just for homeowners; it can actually make an excellent choice for conference tables in a place of business as well. Keep reading to learn a few reasons why you might want to consider using this material for your conference room table.

Focal Point

 

In any conference room, the table takes up the vast majority of the space—so shouldn’t it be something worth looking at? Rather than choosing a bland, uninteresting faux wood conference table, select a more unique and visually interesting piece of quartz to serve as your conference table. It will turn that table from a merely functional piece into a beautiful focal point of the room.

Durability

Quartz is one of the most durable materials available in the world of construction, and it’s certainly far more durable than any wood or laminate conference table that you can purchase at an office furniture store. How many times have you noticed scratches on the tabletop, deep impressions in the wood, or peeling laminate along the side of the table?

With quartz, you never have to worry about the wear and tear that standard conference tables experience. This incredibly durable material will stand up to virtually anything your employees can throw at it—though hopefully they’re not actually throwing things at it during your company meetings.

Variety

When you purchase a basic conference table, you usually have a few color options: brown, darker brown, lighter brown, and reddish-brown. If you’re lucky, black might be an option too. Simply put, wood and wood laminate doesn’t offer a lot of variety. Quartz, however, does.

Every slab of quartz is totally unique, and in addition to the different base colors you’ll have to choose from, you’ll also be able to find a huge range of gradients and patterns in the slabs of stone. This allows you to select a color and gradient that is perfectly suited to your design needs, rather than settling for a cookie-cutter solution.

Granite vanity in a modern style bathroomCustomizability

Just like the color options, conference tables also offer very limited options when it comes to size and shape. While most people may be happy with a standard rectangular table, other businesses want something more unique. Quartz can be cut to your exact size and shape specifications so that you get something truly one-of-a-kind for your conference room.

Whether you want an unusual S-shaped conference table or simply want a table larger than you have been able to find in the office furniture stores in your area, quartz can give you exactly what you’re looking for.

Additionally, quartz can be cut and shaped to accommodate inset materials like USB ports or light boards, so you don’t have to worry about hunting down a premade table that will accommodate such things. Technology is a central part of most businesses’ daily operations, and a quartz conference table allows you to integrate such needs into the design of the table itself.

Whether you’re looking for a quartz conference table or quartz countertops in Marietta, Legacy Granite Countertops has what you’re looking for. Contact us at 678-867-0100 today and let us know how we can help you design the conference table or countertop of your dreams.

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