If you’re shopping around for a quartz kitchen worktop, you won’t need us to tell you that there are many choices in terms of colour out there, in fact, there are countless. It can be difficult to whittle the choices down, because not only do you need to think about your current décor, but you also need to think ahead, and pick a colour which is going to go well with anything else you decide to change your colour scheme to in the future.
Basically, picking a colour for your new quartz kitchen worktop can be a minefield!
You have probably seen a few of the big named brands on the market whilst you’ve been doing your research and shopping around, and certainly one of the most popular is Silestone.
Silestone have countless colours, patterns, and finishes on offer, and that means you need to really put some thought into which one you’re going for. It’s always a good idea to ask for samples, and to head to a showroom to see how the colour really looks in person, because it may be affected slightly by natural and artificial light.
With that in mind, you also need to pick a colour which is affordable, because it’s no good going over your budget.
Check out these five Silestone shades which are perfectly affordable for most budgets.
- Stellar Snow – A white shade with a crystal effect winding within the base colour. Perfect for making small rooms look a little larger, thanks to those light reflecting elements.
- White Storm – This is obviously another white choice, but this one is a little more solid, compared to Stellar Snow. If you want to pair this with a brown, beige, or even black, you’ll have a wonderful effect.
- Black Canyon – Black is always popular, but this particular shade has earth-related colours running through it, including brown and grey. This adds an extra dimension to this hugely popular colour choice.
- Sienna Ridge – Think about the Grand Canyon and you’ll not be far off this particular shade! This is a mixture of tan, brown, grey, and black, and looks fantastic for a natural effect.
- Wildwood – Finally we have another combination shade, which includes brown, orange, and grey, giving a very earthy option for your kitchen countertop.
Which will you pick? Of course, there are many besides this one, but these are ideal for most kitchen settings, and they are all flexible, because they go with many other colours besides. The best advice is to really think about what you want now and in the future – if you can find a quartz Silestone colour which will fit in both circumstances, go for it!
The choice is huge, but you’re also going to be getting the major advantages of choosing quartz overall. For a long lasting, durable, and very high quality stone, quartz is really the one to go with, needing virtually zero maintenance after the initial installation, and that means nothing to do other than clean it as you would do anyway!
Remember to shop around, because Silestone is available at many different stores and suppliers, and if you can find a deal which knocks a little money off the final cost, you’re really onto a major winner in your redecoration efforts!