Like White and Grey Countertops?
We see them absolutely everywhere in design mags. Especially in vintage kitchens, french-inspired design, modern design, contemporary design and remodels of older homes.
Oh, wow. That’s like saying: everywhere.
This stone is also called Super White Quartzite, Donna Maria and White Fantasy. The one we found at Shenoy Granites here in Austin was labeled Grey Goose.
Quartzites are hard to fabricate (difficult to cut and shape), and are often priced much higher than granite or marble – both because of the difficulty of fabrication and the higher prices on the material itself. Even so, they are gaining in popularity with higher-end designers who want something new, fresh or different for their clients.
If you take a look at our collection of kitchens on Pinterest you will see a lot of Arabescato, or a lot of other stone that looks similar. (No, we didn’t do the majority of those kitchens, but we’re collecting photos so you can see the possibilities.)
Arabescato Kitchen Counters
If you can dream it, we can make it. We are particularly fond of curvy kitchen islands, or really sleek contemporary ones. Or anything in between.
Check out our collection of kitchen island ideas on Pinterest for examples of how your new countertops can look.