The Best Quartz Countertop Colors of 2021-2022

You are probably reading this article thinking “what are the most popular quartz countertops colors?” You may have plans to revamp your kitchen interiors. Or maybe you’re looking to buy your first kitchen countertop.

Whatever your plans may be, the best place to start is to look at the latest trends in countertop colors to make your decision easier. Here is our list of the most popular countertop colors this year. Take a look at the best trends for this year and let us know which you like best.

What is a Quartz Countertop?

Quartz is the go-to slab for those who want countertops that are sturdy and require less maintenance than natural stones like granite and marble. Of course, quartz is still quarried off the soil, but this only comprises 90% of quartz slabs. The remaining 10% is made up of polymers, resins, and other binding pigments that hold the stone intact. The result is a seemingly granite-like stone.

The appearance varies depending on how the quartz was grounded before binding. Flecks are usually formed from coarsely grounded quartz. Meanwhile, veins and swooshes form when the quartz is grounded more finely and result in a smoother slab.

Quartz is considerably more compact as they are non-porous. This also means that they are more durable and can withstand stains and scratches from frequent use. One major advantage to quartz is that it no longer requires sealing. This process is a great asset compared to other natural slabs that require resealing every 2-3 years, depending on the quality. Plus, since it is engineered stone, it also offers a wide variety of colors to choose from. It is fairly easy and cheap to clean and maintain as well.

On the downside, it is not too keen to heat, unlike marble. However, it can very much withstand cracks and stains that marble is prone to, so it all depends on how you maintain it. Also, it is a bit more expensive. So, you will need to shell out more upon installation. However, maintenance becomes less expensive compared to other materials.

At the end of the day, it all really depends on how you use it and how financially flexible you are to shell out more upon installation.

Top Quartz Colors of 2021-2022 Season

Now that you know more about the pros and cons of using quartz countertops, it’s time to learn more about the best quartz color trends for 2021-2022. This year, we have been introduced to a plethora of popular colors so you have no shortage of choices. Here is a list of our top picks.

Calacatta Nuvo Caesarstone

One of the more popular white colors of quartz is the Calacatta Nuvo. It has a white primary base with gray veins and flecks as design. It has a polished finish, as all quartz does, but its overall look makes people think that it is made out of marble slabs. It highly compliments wooden cabinets or white cabinets, depending on what kind of vibe you wish to achieve for your kitchen.

And what do you think about this Calacatta Laza quartz countertop? Isn’t it just as amazing?

White Attica Caesarstone

This slab cost a little more than other standard quartz countertops. But, if its marble-like look fits your kitchen interior, then it is worth every cent. This has a warm grayish primary undertone with black broken veins as designs. It is very similar to the New York Marble but has a more subtle touch. This fits almost any kind of home interior kitchen because it is very versatile.

Atlantic Salt Caesarstone

This time, if you prefer something that looks like granite instead of marble, then you can choose the Atlantic Salt color. It is a stunning mixture of white, gray, and black flecks that exude the same colors as stones washed up on ocean shores – thus its name. It is perfect for minimalistic kitchen interiors and traditional kitchens.

London Grey Caesarstone

For a softer look that goes well with any aesthetic, you might want to consider London Grey Caesarstone. It has a white base with soft charcoal veins that lend the design a delicate sleekness that never goes out of style. This is one of the more unique colors of quartz that will surely add life and a pop of white. If you wish that your kitchen countertop be the center of attention every time someone comes in, go ahead and pop this color into your kitchen interior.

Vanilla Noir Caesarstone

One would think that since it is named vanilla, its primary color is white. However, this is actually a dark black quartz color, with beautiful touches of white veins. The perfect color choice for those who which to create a strong, sophisticated vibe for their kitchen countertops. Restaurants mostly prefer this color because it exudes a more solid vibe and it hides stain colors really well. Of course, homes can very much have this color too, as long as it fits perfectly with the backsplashes and flooring of the interiors. This is very durable and easy to clean and is a gorgeous color choice even for bathroom vanity tops.

Professional Assistance

These are but just a few of your options when choosing the perfect quartz color for your kitchen countertop. Whether you’re looking to build a new kitchen or just revamping your current one, choosing the color of the countertop requires a lot of consideration – overall kitchen vibe, price and budget, level of maintenance required, and authenticity of your material.

To make this process easier, it is better to consult professionals. Experts can help you decide on all the necessary aspects of the project, from planning to installation. Even your maintenance should be checked by an expert.

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