9 Stunning White Quartz Countertops for an IG-Worthy Kitchen
Are you looking for ways to give your kitchen a modern and luxurious makeover? If you are, white quartz countertops are the perfect choice if you’re dreaming of a Pinterest-worthy, IG-approved space. With its non-porous surface and wide range of designs, white quartz is ideal for busy kitchens that require frequent cleaning.
To jumpstart your remodeling project, we’ve compiled nine breathtaking designs featuring white countertops that will bring out the best in your kitchen. Keep reading to find out more!
The “Moonstone” is your best choice if you’re looking for pure white quartz for your kitchen countertop.
Its solid white surface helps make any kitchen feel clean, bright, and spacious. As such, it is widely used in many modern and minimalist homes.
Durable, low-maintenance, and non-porous, it works well, too, for vanity tops and tabletops.
The Moonstone is the perfect choice for a crisp, clean look for your interior.
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2. White Sapphire
The “White Sapphire” is an eye-catching engineered quartz known for its sparkling silver specks against a powdery snow backdrop. These metallic flecks shimmer when exposed to light, like a veil of stars in the night sky.
Subtle yet luxurious, it has a timeless look that you can easily combine with other design elements in the kitchen. As such, it can efficiently work well whether you want a modern or classic kitchen style.
Appliances come and go, but this countertop material will stay stunning for decades.
3. Royal Calacatta
The “Royal Calacatta” is a striking countertop material that brings elegance and sophistication to any kitchen.
With gilded veins and an alabaster backdrop, this marble-inspired quartz is highly durable and easy to maintain. It’s a great alternative to natural marble, minus the costly and high upkeep.
It’s a luxurious stone that definitely fits for a king (or queen).
If you love the look of genuine Carrara marble but not its price tag or the upkeep that comes along with it, consider using “Cloudstone” instead.
This white quartz has the appearance of Italian marble minus the porosity and softness. It’s an ideal countertop material for people who are not fond of wiping off spills and drips now and then. And, especially for those who do not have the patience to seal often.
It has a neutral color that you can easily pair with lighter hues for a monochromatic kitchen or darker shades to achieve a more dynamic appeal. With its ethereal look, the Cloudstone adds a touch of luxury to make your kitchen stand out.
5. Cirrus Calacatta
The “Cirrus Calacatta” is a beautiful, gray-veined white quartz that looks and feels like natural marble.
Boasting an exquisite and timeless look, it delivers unbeatable durability and requires minimal upkeep. Enjoy your everyday kitchen experience without sacrificing style. The Cirrus Calacatta can easily stand up against spills and drips, making it an ideal countertop for those who don’t have time for extra cleaning.
It’s the perfect white aesthetic for your modern kitchen at a more economical price than marble countertops.
6. River Gold
“River Gold” is a gorgeous white quartz with flowing golden veins, ideal for waterfall islands.
If you’re looking for a countertop material that will make your kitchen stand out, River Gold is a perfect choice.
7. Lightning Calacatta
One of our best-sellers, the “Lightning Calacatta” is a showstopping white quartz perfect for any kitchen. Its bold, striking patterns provide an elegant backdrop reminiscent of a violent tempest.
This countertop material brings beauty to life when vein-matched, especially with full-height backsplashes and island waterfalls.
What’s more, it is highly durable and non-porous, so cleaning it is easy and lightning fast.
8. Desert Spider
An enchanting web of golden threads, the “Desert Spider” is an exquisite countertop material, perfect for any space.
Like magical strands spun in the air, this white quartz features intricately woven veins, like a mat of lace. With silken strings spread across its moonlit base, it’s a remarkable stone that fascinates one’s gaze.
But don’t let its beauty fool you; the Desert Spider is like a veil of steel—strong and sturdy. It requires minimal upkeep, making it an ideal work surface for any dream kitchen.
9. Nero Calacatta
Transform your kitchen into a canvas of modern elegance with the “Nero Calacatta.”
An engineered quartz, this beautiful stone features dark, striking veins that work perfectly against its dove-white backdrop. It pairs well with stainless steel fixtures and serves as a beautiful accent to all-white kitchens.
Its solid veins deliver an impressive statement that will surely take your kitchen to the next level.
What Are the Benefits of Using a White Quartz Countertop?
What's Your Best White Quartz Option?
Now that you’ve seen your options, it’s time to choose the best white quartz design for your home. But before you do so, it is essential to understand that not all whites are created equal.
After all, slabs inside showrooms may appear differently in your kitchen because of the lighting. So, we recommend taking home some samples to find out which designs work best alongside the other elements in your room, such as your wall paint, cabinet colors, and floor tiles. Test out which stones work best for you during different times of the day (and night).
If you’re thinking about getting white quartz with lots of veins, it’s best to check out the whole slab first or one installed in a display kitchen. Often, it is pretty challenging to visualize the final look of a marble-like countertop with just a tiny sample. Looking at the design at its fullest potential will help you prevent post-purchase regrets.
Lastly, you need to consider your budget. The price of quartz varies depending on several factors, such as design and brand. But it should cost you around Php 5,000 per sqm. to Php 15,000 per sqm. here in the Philippines.
Where to Buy White Quartz Countertops in the Philippines?
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