Actualizado: 19 de nov de 2019
Today there are many quartz brands in the market. We would all may think that if you have decided to install Pure White quartz countertops for your kitchen or bathroom, the next step is super simple, just go to your countertops fabricator and ask for Pure White quartz for your countertops. It's super easy just to say you want Pure White Quartz countertops. But there are different varieties of shades of pure white.
In the photo on top we have different quartz brands of Pure White. From left to right I wrote the brand and the name of the color that brand uses for its pure white:
Zeal Quartz - Serie Valiant . Color: Bolivar VS301;
Silestone Quartz - color: White Zeus Extreme
Silestone Quartz - color: Iconic White
Cambria Quartz - color: White Cliff
Caesarstone Quartz - color: Pure White 1141
Ststone Quartz - color: Pure White ( is the counter where I take the picture).
We can observe the different shades of white in each samples. We have white white, off-white, beige white, warm white, bone white tones. In this group I try to place the most similar in their tones. But, still we can observe the different hue of white. What tone do you like more to install on your kitchen countertop?
Now in the photo above we have other brands of pure white quartz, which I am going to describe in the same way from left to right
Stone Mall Quartz - color: Pure White
Zeal Quartz - color: Double Diamod
Wilsonart Quartz - color: Serene
Pompeii Quartz - color: Pure White
Pompeii Quartz - color: Extra Extra White.
Here we have tones that go to a Cream White and tones that go to a Bluish or Gray White.
Here we have other shades of Pure White as options to install in your kitchen countertop. Now in this last picture left to right I have:
Corian Quartz - Color: Snow White
Natural Premium Quartz - color: Pure White
Compac - color: Absolut Blanc
Sequel Quartz - color: Naxos White
Sequel Quartz - color: Brilliant White
Now in this group we have bone white, rose white, bluish white and gray white. We must emphasize that they are all Pure White but they simply have different shades.
How to select the right White countertops to install in your kitchen?
The most important thing when you are making the decision of which White quartz tone is the one that suits you best, will depend, on my opinion, in the color of the cabinets. Well if we analyze the photos we can realize that the difference in tones is noticeable because we are compared White to White. For example, if the cabinets are White, you will probably want your countertop to look as close to the White as your cabinets.
Now if the cabinets are wood, brown, honey, blue, green or gray color, it will not be noticed if the White quartz has a beige tone or not.
My advice is that if you want to install white quartz on white cabinets, the day you visit your nearest countertops fabricator, take a sample of your cabinets with you, in that way you can choose the White color that looks more like your cabinets. Of course this is my advice because normally we fabricators have access to all the quartz brands that exist on the market.
How look installed Pure White Quartz ?
Let's see few pictures of different Pure White Quartz Countertops installed for us in deferents locations, as Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Parkland FL and others surrounding areas to Boca Raton FL.
Here we have pictures of brown vanity cabinet were we templated to fabricate the top.
Now when we installed the vanity countertop.
This is a Pure White quartz - Ststone with 2" Mitered edge.
Cambria White Cliff
Lest check the next pictures of a different Pure White Quartz with wood looking cabinet color. This is a Cambria Cliff vanity top installed with 3" Mitered edge over light wood color cabinet, White ceramic sink and Black mosaic backsplash.
Stone Mall Pure White:
In this next picture we watch a counter where we installed Stone Mall Pure White Quartz over White cabinets. In this vanity top we did 3cm Eased edge.
Premium Natural Quartz Frost White:
In this project we installed Premium Natural Quartz Frost White with 1-1/2" Mitered edge over grey cabinets.
Silestone Quartz Iconic White:
In this kitchen we fabricated and installed 1-1/4" straight edge Silestone Iconic White kitchen countertops and island. These pure white countertops looks beautiful over these modern wooden look cabinets, definitely Iconic White was the right choose. We installed this kitchen countertops at Broken Sound, Boca Raton FL.
I love the black stainless steel handles.
Iconic White is one of the Whites quartz countertops in the market.
Compac White Zement:
In these kitchen we installed white and grey quartz countertops. White Zement is like a of-white with little sandy on the background. And yes, in my opinion the designer of this kitchen chose the perfect shade of white for this kitchen.
Silestone White Zeus:
In this kitchen we installed Silestone White Zeus quartz countertops and full backsplash at Woodfield Country Club Boca Raton FL.
Premium Natural Quartz Pure White (MSI)
In this kitchen we fabricated and installed MSI Pure White quartz countertops at Sant Andrew Boca Raton FL.
Cambria White Cliff quartz
In this kitchen we fabricated and installed Cambria White Cliff quartz countertops for the Designer Amy - Shea Interiors. We installed White Cliff quartz in the cooktop area and full backsplash with the same material. In the Kitchen Island we installed a beautiful quartzite.
Pure White Quartz is really Pure White?
Well, Pure White quartz is generally a 99% slab of Pure White.
Why 99%? Because the reality is that this quartz is made and manufactured in places where other quartz of other colors are made. Although there are very few Manufactories that have a specific area designated to make only Pure White quartz slabs. It is important to know that in the air, in the environment there are still small particles that will influence the existence on each slab, as something very normal, but very few small particles or small black pores will be found but very few displaced in the area of the whole slab, to the point that when you are fabricating the Pure White countertop that is 99.5% of solid White it is almost impossible to notice any point. In conclusion, yes, it is basically a solid white product. But yes, it is perfectly understood that regardless of the brand there is the possibility of having less or more dark spots displaced in the slab and that this is completely normal due to the way of elaboration and the level of purity that is required to manufacture this specific material.