The natural world provides an abundance of inspiration and we feel that looking at the granite and marble from around the world gives us a great insight into beautiful and timeless designs for our Mason Quartz surfaces.
One of our favourite granites is the famous Chinese crystal black granite and we wanted to try and improve on nature by including mirrored flecks in among the deep black grains in our quartz version.
A black quartz surface works well in a space that has an abundance of natural light and with cream or off-white coloured panelling.
One consideration regarding black quartz is that a recessed drainer will have a slightly greyer tone than the surrounding quartz surface, so we recommend only adding the normal flutes when using this colour as a worktop around a sink area.
Pearl White is one of the most classic and timeless colours in our Mason Quartz Primal Range. It has subtle grains of beige blending onto a pearl white background.
This colour works very well with light grey to dark grey cabinet panelling.
Since our engineered quartz is a non-porous surface, it is very low maintenance and keeping a light colour looking perfect for years only takes a daily clean with a non-abrasive anti-bacterial spray. We are delighted to be able to offer a 25-year limited liability warranty to give you peace of mind for years to come.
At Mason Quartz, we strive to create quartz surfaces that are based and influenced by natural granite and marble. The crystal range of quartz in our Primal Range have a strong relationship to the Brazilian granite of the same name.
Our Crystal White has mirrored flecks and translucent grains on a light cream background. The mirrored flecks reflect the surrounding light, and this gives an effect of light greenish grey shards carefully compacted into this quartz surface.
This type of surface is something that happens in the natural world when sandstone is cemented to quartzite through heating and pressure usually related to tectonic compression as the earth's plates crash and collide together. The individual quartz grains recrystallize along with the former cementing material to form an interlocking mosaic of quartz crystals. The grainy, sandpaper-like surface becomes glassy in appearance and this is the effect that we wish to achieve with our crystal range of colours.
This colour works well with off-white to dark grey panelling on your kitchen worktops and is an ideal surface for bathroom settings.