Black Quartz is a very popular option for Quartz Worktops, it is able to contrast colour very well with any kitchen style or colour you have. As well as working well with different flooring options and lighting scenes.
So why is Black Quartz so popular?
When looking for black worktops for your kitchen you will come across many different materials including wood, laminate, granite, quartz and more. With a Black worktop you really only have two options these are Granite and Quartz. The advantage of using Quartz is the consistent design across the entire slab. Black Quartz is therefore popular as it adds a very expensive looking finish to any kitchen.
Black is more difficult to keep clean than white or grey for example but that’s not the point when you want a true statement-piece in your kitchen. You are adding a piece of jewellery to your kitchen.
The Black starlight (Nero Stella) for example is the most popular Black quartz on the market. This stone has small mirror flecks throughout which helps to break up the design and allow the worktop to really stand out.
What Black Quartz do we stock?
We stock over 1000 slabs of Urban Quartz which is a new Quartz worktop brand on the market. We have available the Nero Stella (Black Starlight) which is currently one of two Black options in Quartz, the other being the brand new Nero De Lusso.
Latest news – we will soon be receiving the first container of Nero De Lusso which will offer a Black Quartz with a more subtle mirror fleck. (Update 21/02/17 STOCK NOW ARRIVED!)
The Nero De Lusso – This is a brand new colour added in Feb 2017, this colour variation is designed to offer the UK consumer the best alternative to the highly popular Absolute Black and Diamante Black Granite worktops. These Granite products still look fantastic but as they are 100% natural stone they can stain, crack and colour can change over time. With the Urban Quartz Nero De Lusso you get the best looking Black quartz on the market, better looking than the Granite with none of the drawbacks of Granite!
Alternatives? Granite contains many hundreds of Black variations so if you would like more of a choice when it comes to black then you should consider Granite). We can also supply Black Quartz from brands such as Silestone, Cimstone, Caesarstone and Quartzforms.