Design Spotlight: Large Kitchen Island and Countertops Featuring Calacatta Classic Quartz

New Maple Cabinets with Stunning Quartz Countertops

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Calacatta Classic Quartz

Designer:  Stacy Bailey

Location:  Aiken, SC

Type of Job:  New Construction

Countertop Material:  Quartz

Quartz Colors:  Calacatta Classic, Provided by JR Granites

Cabinet Company:   Affordable Quality Marble & Granite

Cabinets:  Greige Maple

Floors:  Hardwood

Faucets:  Single-Hole Faucet with Pull-Out Sprayer

Sinks:  Special Order Farm Sink

Decor Style:  Modern

Designer Notes:

Affordable Granite, Commercial Projects, Slab, natural stone colors, Blue Granite Countertops, Brown Suede Granite, Gold, Yellow and Cream Granite, Gray and White Granite, Red Granite , Black Granite, We Do It All, affordable outdoor kitchens , commercial countertops, bar entertainment, columbia marble and tile, affordable tile installation, Quartz, Quality Cabinets for Any Budget, granite countertop remnants, Affordable Quality Marble & Granite Reviews, Our Process, affordable outdoor kitchens, columbia marble and tileMy clients moved to the area from Washington. They wanted a countertop that looked like marble, but they also wanted one that was more durable and easier to maintain. I knew that quartz was what they were searching for and when I showed them Calacatta Classic, they instantly fell in love with it. The biggest design challenge was the size of the kitchen island.  Because they had a very large island, we needed to use two slabs with a seam in it. It was a challenge for our fabricators to perfectly line up the pronounced veins, but with our top of the line technology and experience, they were able to flawlessly join the slabs together. This precision allowed the veining to flow together and appear to be one slab- the seam was undetectable! They were thrilled with the look and feel that they wanted in the countertops, as well as the beautiful new cabinets with clean lines.

Stacy Bailey