Caesarstone White Attica Kitchen Quartz Countertops
Welcome to our gallery featuring Caesarstone White Attica kitchen quartz countertops:
Caesarstone is one of the most innovative and trusted companies when it comes to engineered stone. Engineered stone countertops are a manmade product bringing endless designs, colors and patterns in the most innovating way. The overall trend today is going for a simple, timeless look and feel in the home, embraced by architects, designers and home owners.
There is nothing more beautiful than a big, beautiful, white piece of marble with deep grey veins juxtaposed against neutral surfaces materials. The milky white surface creates a striking feature for its impervious character.
Lately, quartz manufacturer has introduced techniques to create more random, natural patterns into its process, which involves natural quartz, resins, and coloring, with the mixture melted and poured into molds to create slabs of product ready to use. This brand new White Attica quartz has a very sharp lines which is very dramatic looking end product. On the other hand, white bed rock and fine clean lines makes the stone very close looking to white marbles.
So, depending on your taste, and also depending on the ultimate purpose for your countertop, you can now have either a formal, sustained, consistent look, or a more natural, free-flowing one.
Caesarstone White Attica Kitchen Quartz Countertops in Pictures:
I love the black and white contrast which provides this kitchen a nice modern feel. It’s a large island in space which provides for a enough seating area to create cozy environment. White Attica quartz is nice and attractive.
As you can see, White Attica quartz countertop is pretty impressive when it’s all combined even with brown. This is another white kitchen with a brown cabinets and multi color floors and some wood creating a beach-style kitchen.
Custom modern white kitchen with gray backsplash and floors, white attica quartz, black bar stools and white ceiling and stainless steel appliances.
Modern kitchen with stainless steel sink, white cabinets, dark hard wood floor and white attica quartz countertops.
I love the quartz stone design technique above where white surface is the sole source of color to the kitchen. It’s amazing how some colored quartz can really make the kitchen different by using white attica Caesarstone.
The above white attica quartz countertop is a little different than the others. It focuses on weathered dark veins and white to create a exotic feel.