Natural beauty: designer stone for your kitchen or bathroom


Designer stone now comes in many shades of show-stopping grey, perfect for your kitchen or bathroom benchtop

Mad about grey? You’re not the only one – grey is still a coolly sophisticated choice for interiors this season. And now you can add a splash of naturally beautiful grey to your kitchen or bathroom, too, with one of the many Shades of Grey designer stones from Quantum Quartz.

Quantum Quartz engineered stone contains more than 93% natural quartz, one of nature’s strongest minerals – so it’s the perfect choice for residential and commercial indoor applications, including bench tops and vanities.

Stylish, low-maintenance and ultra-hygienic, it’s also:

  • Non-porous, heat and stain resistant
  • Highly resistant to scratching, chipping and abrasions
  • Highly resistant to acids and oils
  • Has high flexural strength.

Quantum Quartz’ beautiful grey hues are inspired by nature – from the whisper soft, marbled grey of Statuario Quartz to the smoky Gris Fuma shade – meaning there’s a Quantum Quartz choice for every interior palette.

A uniquely earthy Ash Grey features darker spots and circular inclusions for a natural finish, while Ardesia Quartz combines a dark grey reflective surface with delicate lighter grey marbling that will work beautifully in both traditional and modern interiors.

The latest additions to the Quantum Quartz range include Carbon Matte and Graphite Matte; offering a cool modern concrete look with a soft matte finish.

Discover the natural beauty of designer stone in your home – visit one of the Quantum Quartz showrooms to find out more.

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