While marble countertops have always been a staple in American homes, sometimes the material does not match the homeowners’ lifestyle. Marble countertops require more maintenance than engineered stone, making them inconvenient for high-traffic areas for busy families. Luckily, Silestone quartz countertops are engineered to mimic the subtle swirls we love to see in marble, with a fraction of the maintenance. Silestone is the hybrid surface of premium minerals, quartz and recycled materials making it a more sustainable and eco-friendly choice, thanks to Cosentino’s innovative HybriQ® technology.
We’ve rounded up the top-selling Silestone marble-like colors Stonemark has to offer, so read on if you are interested in the benefits of engineered stone!
Eternal Calacatta Classic
Exquisite and unique, Calacatta Classic Quartz stuns the senses with its clean whites and striking through-body marble look veining. Perfect for creating show-stopping white quartz countertops and waterfall islands in kitchens, backsplashes, showers, and floors in both residential and commercial environments, this lovely neutral quartz won’t let you down.
Eternal Statuario is a stunning white quartz countertop that is commonly compared to Italian Carrara marble. The base coloring is a beautiful bright white, and the stone features faint highlights in various shades of gray. Sparkling can be seen throughout the stone, and Et Statuario quartz countertops are known to bring light and brightness to any space. The white quartz can be used in any home remodeling project and is an especially popular choice for farmhouse and craftsman-style kitchen and bathrooms.
Eternal Calacatta Gold
Calacatta Gold by Silestone has strong veins of light gray, light beige, and gold that strike through the surface like a bolt of lightning as the surface resembles natural marble stone. This countertop is an interior designer’s dream and can pair beautifully with nearly any design style. The gray and gold present throughout the surface allow homeowners to decorate their kitchen with fixtures and accents of gold, brushed nickel, black, and chrome or silver.
Miami Vena is a neutral design featuring light, veined tones on a pure white base. This countertop pairs beautifully with any design style creating a chic sanctuary in any room of the home. The maintenance-free quartz surface is especially ideal for adding light and luminosity to a design, as the dazzling white material is guaranteed to brighten up any space.
Lusso quartz is predominately white in color, with a beautiful and distinct pattern featuring a neutral pallet. Veins of charcoal, gold, bronze, and light beige provide dimension and versatility to the stone, while splotches of light cream and faint gray can be seen throughout. The stunning quartz material is an exquisite addition to a home or professional environment and provides a unique look to any space. Commonly used for kitchen islands, foyers, showers, accent walls, and other design elements, Lusso quartz is most popular for its crisp, clean, and welcoming feel in modern and white kitchens.
The Desert Silver quartz countertop by Silestone is a stunning light gray stone, appearing almost white. The subtle pattern features beautiful thin veins of bright white, that appear prominently against the light gray bedrock. Up close, tiny flecks of white and light gray can be seen. Desert Silver is well known in the industry for being a luxurious choice for countertops, accent walls, backsplashes, floors, and any design elements.
Helix quartz is a stunningly bright white surface and is a popular countertop choice within the remodeling industry. The white quartz features light gray veining and small speckles, as well as charcoal gray detailing. The intricate detailing of this white quartz countertop makes it a perfect choice for waterfall countertops and other large surfaces such as kitchen islands and bathroom showers. Helix quartz countertop is a preferred choice for modern and urban-style kitchen and bathroom remodels.
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Technologies like Silestone have mastered the process of manufacturing marble-like patterns. The advantage of engineered stone like Silestone lies in that we can artificially create slabs that would otherwise be rare patterns found in nature. Silestone slabs sold at Stonemark are also incredibly durable, scratch, stain and heat resistant in ways marble simply cannot compare to. While we do offer a wide variety of natural marble stones, we encourage you to speak to a specialist at Stonemark and see how engineered stone like Silestone could be a better fit for your lifestyle. Take a look at our website today to start planning your next home renovation using marble-like countertops at Stonemark!