From black to pops of blue, there are a lot of various routes to take when it comes to your kitchen countertops. And if you’ve decided to go with quartz, you’ll have to figure out with surface fits your vision. Luckily, you have quite the spread to help you decide, including these 15 stunning countertop colors to gather inspiration from.
1. White Marbled
One of the chicest choices of the bunch, white marbled quartz countertops are both refined and versatile. Whether you’re finishing off a modern, minimalistic kitchen or a more unpolished, farmhouse-styled space, they add a certain luxurious charm that everyone will appreciate. Take this kitchen we found on Cambriausa for example, cottage-flavored and posh too.
A taupe topping is a great choice for our more traditional lovers. Pairing well with both white and black accented, those who thrive off warmer neutrals should give the quartz countertop a second look. The sprinkling of dark details creates an interesting contrast as well, like this look we found from Refined Renovations.
3. Haze Blend
Check out this hazey grey, blended beauty. With a certain – and perfect – mix of femininity and contemporary tone, this is another versatile neutral to choose. Playing well with a large variety of interior design styles, the haze blend has a softer, more delicate approach to the overall kitchen.
Are you looking for a quartz countertop option that’s a bit more monochromatic? This camel tone is great for the minimalist but also those with more traditional value and vision for the home. HGTV gave us the scoop on this space.
5. Midnight Black
Taking a tour – courtesy of YouTube – could bring you bouts of inspiration that you need. Midnight black is one of the most popular of countertop choices because of its versatility. But, it also sets the tone for something chicer, more unique as well as providing lively contrast to a lighter kitchen.
Add some artistic elements to the kitchen by choosing a quartz countertop with a swirled design. Again, you get a variety of neutral tones that blend well with other colors and interior design genres. Whether it’s throughout the entire kitchen or used as a focal point at the center island like this setup, it’s a beautiful choice.
7. Traditional Cream
Creamy shades will work easily inside more traditional homes as well. Set off white kitchens or dark, wooden cabinetry with something similar. And it’ll look nice complimented by rich tones such as cranberry or teal.
HGTV really excited us when we found this cherry countertop featured. Looking sharp in this crisp, modern space or dressing up a funky, retro spot with even more eclectic vibes, it’s such a surprising touch that you can add. Going with color adds a certain amount of charm and personalization that everyone will appreciate.
9. Deep Mix
Here’s a deep, mixed quartz countertop. It contrasts and compliments a clearer space nicely providing a focus and artistic quality. And this color, with its blend of deep neutral, fits the bill for more industrial or masculine styles.
10. Black & White
Of course, black and white will always be a timeless, classic choice in every and any medium – including your quartz countertops. Because of its unpolished, splashed nature this would be a nice addition to a rustic vision but would also provide a stunning focus in a more minimalized kitchen. It’s also a good choice when combining neutrals as it plays off various shades so easily.
Mint green quartz countertops could be a fun choice too. Ekbdelray showed off this unique design and we immediately fell in love with the soft tone. Fortunately though, the shade is versatile enough for both contemporary visions as well as more cottage-flavored kitchens.
12. Custom Purple
If you find the right spot, you may be able to customize your quartz countertop colors. Just look at this beautiful design from Custom Stone Interiors! Add some femininity and mystery to the kitchen with a deep, purple tone; it’s stunning!
Soft grey would also be a great choice for those looking for a more delicate, subtle style. This neutral blends with all tones and interior design genres as well by adding romance and a serene foundation. We especially love it here, creating a beautiful contrast to the light and bright white surrounding it.
14. Hot Pink
Who knew that hot pink could be a viable option? Really cause a scene and wow your guests with a shade that has a personality all its own.
Classic white is a choice to think about as well. When in the market for quartz countertops, sometimes going the simple route will be best. This is especially true when creating an equally simple and clean kitchen to enjoy.