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Featuring the elegance of marble with the durability of granite, quartzite countertops are one of the most unique natural stone surfaces loved by interior designers, and homeowners are taking notice. This metamorphic stone is a more reliable, sturdy surface than beloved marble because it is non-porous, resists stains and scratches, and offers low maintenance with only occasional sealing. Quartzite comes in stunning shades of whites and grays that are reminiscent of marble as well as various colors, each with shimmery looks, detailed veining, and swirly patterns. But, with quartzite, you can have your swoon-worthy kitchen or bathroom and actually use it, too! Check out these favorite quartzite counters for some remodel inspiration.

white macaubas quartzite photo credit houzz (1)Featured: White Macaubas (Photo Credit: Houzz)

White Macaubas

White Macaubas comes with a marble-esque look but with a more modern aesthetic. The white quartzite with gray veining adds subtle elegance thanks to its soothing tones, while the linear pattern creates a cleaner, simpler style. The light natural stone from Brazil beautifully contrasts with darker cabinetry like in this contemporary kitchen. The horizontal pattern makes the room feel larger by following the lines of the dual-height countertop.

And you won’t have to worry about cooking on these white countertops!

Taj Mahal quartzite Featured: Taj Mahal (Photo Credit: Houzz)

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal features a neutral design that could go traditional or modern. This stunning quartzite features a soft white background with gray veining that features hints of gold showcased in an organic pattern. The beautiful natural stone is perfect for displaying on expansive countertops like in this transitional monochromatic kitchen. The coloring ties in the pure whites with the range of grays for a sophisticated style that will stand the test of time.

Platinus QuartziteFeatured: Platinus (Photo Credit: Houzz)

Platinus

Platinus presents a distinctly artistic appeal that leaves a lasting impression. The background consists of soft whites and silvery grays interjected with dramatic veins and swirls. The natural stone from Brazil is an excellent choice for a large countertop installation, and it definitely is the show-stopping piece in this transitional kitchen. The quartzite pops against the white cabinetry, backsplash, and farmhouse sink, while the gray tones in the kitchen countertops coordinate with the various silver metallic accents throughout.

green botanicFeatured: Botanic Green (Photo Credit: Houzz)

Botanic Green

Botanic Green adds color without being too audacious. As a result of its mineral content, the spa-like green quartzite with rich gold veins incorporates spectacular colors only Mother Nature could create. The remarkable natural stone from Brazil highlights the two kitchen islands in this generous cooking space. While the color palette is simple, with white cabinetry contrasting with the Botanic Green quartzite and wood floors, it’s the details in the cabinetry, coffered ceiling, and countertop veining that make this traditional kitchen feel luxurious.

At Brazilian Exotic Granite (BEG), we have a wide array of high-quality quartzite slabs to choose from as well as additional information on our countertops guide. We also offer excellent customer service and competitive pricing to help ensure that BEG San Diego and San Marcos is the best place to purchase your new natural stone. Selecting quartzite is a beautiful yet practical addition for your kitchen or bathroom remodel or new build. Contact someone from our San Diego or San Marcos locations to get started.