Shadow Storm Quartzite Kitchen Countertops Design Ideas
Welcome to our gallery featuring the Shadow Storm quartzite kitchen countertops design ideas.
Shadow Storm stone is NOT likely a true quartzite, but rather a hard marble that exhibits some quartz-like properties. Quartzite may be the most confusing natural stone out there. Similar in appearance to marble, Shadow Storm quartzite is a white, gray and black quartzite that has beautiful contrast. Sometimes it is classified as a hard marble also.
It is my favorite stone countertop so far is the kitchen, which is Shadow Storm quartzite. It looks like marble, but is harder than granite.
Since it is a white-grey mix background, the counter can useful for dark or light-white color cabinets. If it you combine with dark cabinets, it will give you a contrast. On the other hand, If you match Shadow Storm quartzite with white cabinets it is going be ok with dark floor application.
Shadow Storm Quartzite Kitchen Countertops Design Ideas in Pictures:
The rich, dark wood cabinetry in this L shaped kitchen offers a startling contrast to the pristine whites surrounding it. Dark wood flooring and a white subway tile backsplash make for a clean, glossy presence, while the natural Shadow Storm countertop stands out in its old fashioned elegance.
I love the midsize island at the center of this transitional white kitchen, anchoring the broad open space with a useful expanse of Shadow Storm quartzite countertop and storage space.
Here’s another small kitchen featuring a Shadow Storm countertop, octagonal shape backsplash covered whole wall which styled in a more elegant fashion. Surrounding off-white cabinetry features an ornate surface design,
Here’s a cozy, modern-styled kitchen featuring Shadow Storm countertops. White modern natural wood cabinetry wraps around the single wall, with white/grey mixed tile backsplash sandwiched.
White kitchen with a vast array of storage wrapping around an expanse of dark porcelain flooring. Upper level cabinetry features glass doors for sparkling contrast, while the large central island with waterfall edge both side. A Shadow Storm quartzite countertop contrast with the dark floor.
This large kitchen is absolutely stuffed with rich details, from Shadow Storm countertops to light hardwood flooring. A ceiling hangs above the space, matching the look of the white cabinetry, while the large island features a built-in sink, storage, and space for in-kitchen dining.