Engineered stone is one of the most popular materials for kitchen worktops around the world. In recent years it’s seen a surge in demand as its beautiful appearance and durable nature lends itself as the perfect surface. Quartz kitchen worktops are becoming more and more sought after and there are a number of different types to suit everyone.
At Marble Supreme, we stock four popular quartz brands, in particular, Classic Quartz, Caeserstone and Silestone. We stock these brands because they each offer something different. But choosing a brand isn’t always easy. With so many different brands available, each offering different colours and patterns, we understand that it can get confusing. So, in no particular order, we’ve broken down the top ten quartz brands!
Known as the “original” quartz company, Caesarstone was founded in 1987. Since then it’s grown to provide its stunning quartz stone to over 50 countries across the world. The stone is both practical and attractive. It’s used domestically for worktops and floors as well as commercially in museums and offices. Find out more about our Caesarstone offerings here.
Classic Quartz boasts an extremely varied range of colours and patterns. Classic Quartz Stone can be made into numerous shapes, making it a desirable alternative to natural stone in homes and businesses. We have a number of Caesarstone swatches that can be viewed here, alternatively book an appointment to visit our workshop.
Compaq stone has an exceptional aesthetic appeal, as well as being particularly resistant to wear. It’s ideal for areas with high-traffic because of how hard it is. In fact, Compaq is manufactured to be tougher than natural quartz, so it’s performance is much greater. It’s available in a wide range of thicknesses and finishes.
Unistone is one of the newest brands in the stone world. It’s engineered using the well-known Breton-technology. As a quartz compound, it’s extremely hard-wearing and is available in a wide combination of colours.
Silestone provides virtually unlimited possibilities in terms of applications. It’s perfect for kitchen worktops, bathroom vanity tops, tabletops, floors and even shelving. View the Silestone we offer here.
Cambria is a high-end quartz brand, usually only available from specialists. As a luxury engineered-stone brand, it’s coveted for its beauty and dedication to environmental sustainability.
Technistone is a premium product that’s wonderful for commercial, industrial and private residences. Consisting of 93% natural quartz and granite minerals it can be easily blended with a variety of coloured pigments and resin.
Okite is composed of a mix of natural quartz particles and a polymer resin, that’s becoming an increasingly popular choice for modern kitchen worktops. Claimed to be five times stronger than granite, it’s a tough stone with a luxury feel.
Formerly known as Zodiaq, Corian Quartz comes in a range of 50+ colours and patterns. It’s a popular choice for those looking for a solid-surface. It’s a popular choice among architects and interior designers.
Santa Margarita Quartz
With a colour range inspired by the brand’s roots in Italy, the Santa Margarita Quartz line is a more high-end brand. The brand offers both standard and jumbo sizes of their slabs.
The ten brands above offer countless stunning colour and pattern options for your quartz worktops. Each brand has its own style and price-point. If you’re interested in finding out more about the brands we stock, take a look at our quartz page, dedicated to the brands we offer. Or have a read of our other blogs!
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