White Quartz Countertops Ideas for a Bright Kitchen Look
Considering white quartz countertops for your kitchen remodel but not sure what option among many to choose?
You’re in the right place!
Let us take you through the fresh, shiny, and delightful world of these durable, easy to maintain, and aesthetically irresistible quartz worktops.
White quartz has been continually popular for quite some time now, and for several great reasons. First, it makes any kitchen feel fresh, spacious, bright, and airy. Second, it’s always, and we mean always — clean because it shows dirt quickly and allows easy and simple cleaning. Third, it goes with any other kitchen elements you choose — various styles, different colors, etc. Fourth, white is such a timeless color that never goes out of style and guarantees a trendy appearance in your kitchen.
Now that we’ve established that you’re on the right track in choosing the countertop for your kitchen, let’s go through many white quartz countertops color options and help you choose the right one. We’ll also make sure to investigate what backsplash is best for white quartz counters and are white cabinets a necessity with white quartz.
Keep reading to see how white quartz countertops take kitchens to a whole new level, add polish and sophistication, and make your home a dream come true.
- 1 White Quartz Countertops Colors
- 3 White Quartz Countertops with White Cabinets
- 4 The Best Backsplash for White Quartz Countertops
- 6 White Quartz Countertops Cost
- 7 How to Clean White Quartz Countertops
- 8 Other Frequently Asked Questions about White Quartz Countertops
- 9 Improve Your Kitchen With White Quartz Countertops from Aqua Kitchen and Bath Design Center
White Quartz Countertops Colors
Color white is one of the safest colors to use in any kitchen setting. It’s easy to incorporate it into any kitchen style and makes the kitchen space look clean and tidy. White quartz options range from full-on glimmer options to subtle, tasteful glimmer.
Although it may seem that there aren’t many options, you can actually choose from many white quartz countertops colors. If you cannot decide between white quartz countertops with sparkle, iced white quartz countertops, solid white quartz countertops, pure white quartz countertops, white and gold quartz countertops, white and gray quartz countertops, or white Carrara quartz countertops, let us help you choose.
Pure White Quartz Countertops
If you’re looking for the purest shade of white for your kitchen counters, check out Pure White Quartz by Caesarstone. Its timeless, clean aesthetic with a smooth and polished look provides a contemporary, versatile design for any kitchen. It fits well with any interior style and color palette. Feel free to incorporate it in traditional and/or minimalist, modern interiors. Pure white quartz will maximize brightness and light, and make your kitchen feel uniquely spacious.
If you’re looking for solid white quartz countertops to complete and enhance the look and functionality of your kitchen, Pure White quartz is a great choice to make.
Iced White Quartz Countertops
Some of the best white quartz countertops contain sparkly crystal pebbles embedded in their surface for everyone to see and enjoy them. Iced White Quartz by MSI Surfaces contains these sparks which provide space with a unique, 3-D textured look and light-catching surface. However, rest assured that the surface is absolutely and perfectly smooth, without any sharp edges or rough spots. Iced White Quartz is easy to clean and maintain, just like any other quartz surface.
These white quartz countertops with shine are sure to step up your kitchen design style from regular to extraordinary.
Sparkling White Quartz Countertops
White quartz countertops with sparkle reflect icy and white speckles in a one-of-a-kind way, radiating wintery white serenity. The sparkles this lovely quartz gives off will lend your kitchen a unique appeal and charm. Sparkling White Quartz is a breathtaking reflection of white, icy speckles that add allure and unique charm with ease. This sparkle white quartz countertops surface of soft, subtle elegance is not great only for kitchens but for baths as well.
White Carrara Quartz Countertops
Carrara marble is a material of eternal, unforgettable beauty. This high-end stone is highly sought after for kitchen renovations and countertops upgrades but carries a high price point and the need for intensified maintenance along with its luxury and prestige.
However, this stone of distinctive, beautiful smoky veins, grays, and white shades has not one, but several look-alike options in quartz. All of these options are white quartz countertops with grey veins, representing an ultimate classic, white marble look.
Cashmere Carrara Quartz
If you’re looking for a perfect countertop stone to upgrade your traditional or transitional styled kitchen, consider Cashmere Carrara Quartz. Its ivory and white background with highly sophisticated, gorgeous gray veins pattern and polished, brilliant surface will make you crave it not only for countertops but for backsplash as well.
Statuario Nuvo Quartz
Statuario Nuvo is Caesarstone’s interpretation of Carrara marble. Cascading gray veining emerges like a symphony from the opaque creamy surface of this gorgeous stone and flows through it. A classic reinvented, Statuario Nuvo Quartz, in a unique manner creates an everyday masterpiece that opens up the kitchen space and takes it to another level.
White and Gold Quartz Countertops
Particularly beautiful, elegant, and expensive-looking are quartz countertops that include a combination of white and gold. The gold shade or veining gives these stones a sophisticated look that is unmatched in interior design, especially kitchen design. The combination of white and gold is usually complemented with gray or brown veining.
Calacatta Gold Quartz
White quartz countertops kitchen designs are highly sought after. However, some white quartz options are more desirable than others. Calacatta Gold Quartz is one of these attractive stones and presents the ultimate and perfect solution when you’re looking for white and gold countertops.
It features a stark white background, with a contrasting, bold gray veining pattern, and gold intertwined with the grays. This gold veining is the main difference between Calacatta Gold and other Calacatta stone varieties. The gold element creates an ultimate focal point in the kitchen, presenting not only sophistication but high-end luxury.
Besides lovely golden shades, Calacatta Gold Quartz by Silestone includes gray and blueish veining. The incredible whiteness of its background makes it one of the most desirable Calacatta stones for kitchens.
Calacatta Maximus Quartz
Another variety and reimagination of Calacatta Gold quartz is Calacatta Maximus. The pure white background incorporates fine copper-gold outlines and soft greige veining. This refined combination turns this white and gold quartz countertop into a luxurious work of art.
White and Gray Quartz Countertops
Classic quartz design reigns supreme in the world of interior design. White and gray quartz countertops feature a timeless combination of neutral colors of white marble quartz countertops for an easy-care style and exquisite appearance in the kitchen. The combination of whites and grays is one of the most versatile options. The crisp and clean look of white and gray completes an understated design that can be enhanced with varieties of taupes, browns, and darker grays.
Here are some of the white and gray quartz countertops options that may be just right for your kitchen remodel.
London Gray Quartz
Stone London Gray Quartz contains a deep gray shade with a subtle shine, which makes it perfect for both light and dark kitchen designs. The eloquent opaque light gray with soft, charcoal veining makes London Gray Quartz by Caesarstone one of the most representative examples of white and gray quartz countertops.
Statuario Maximus Quartz
Caesarstone’s Statuario Maximus Quartz is a marble-inspired design and showcases broad warm gray veining that sweeps across the soft white base. Delicate background gray veins enrich the stone even more. If you want a kitchen with a punch and an amazing focal point, take a look at this gorgeous stone. The large-scale vein pattern is truly stunning!
Calacatta Classique Quartz
With its clean, simple but clear white shades and bold gray veining, Calacatta Classique Quartz is a classic representation of white marble looking quartz. However, Calacatta Classique’s whites and grays give a classic and conventional look but are everything but ordinary. It combines the breathtaking beauty of marble with the easy-maintenance and nature of manufactured quartz. Calacatta Classique Quartz is convenient for backsplashes just as it’s great for countertop surfaces.
White Quartz Countertops with White Cabinets
The combination of quartz countertops with white cabinets is one of the classiest and most popular combinations in homes across the U.S. While natural stones, like granite countertops, have their own varieties of white and can look great in combination with white kitchen cabinets, there are plenty of quartz countertops that will look even better. White quartz countertops with white cabinets present a pair that guarantees the most consistent and pure white look.
If you love white cabinets but feel that an all-white kitchen is not for you, consider pairing white quartz countertops with a two-toned set of cabinets — gray and white, where white cabinets shine from the top of the kitchen and gray cabinets elegantly ground this sophisticated and modern design.
The Best Backsplash for White Quartz Countertops
People who love the look of quartz, usually love its cleanliness, subtlety, and sophistication. When choosing the perfect backsplash to combine with quartz countertops and kitchen cabinets, you can choose between the two most popular options — going for an all-white kitchen completed with a white backsplash or choose a backsplash that will feature a pop of color and create an accent in the kitchen.
Choosing an all-white kitchen design is a very popular option in recent years. White cabinets, white quartz countertops, and white backsplash provide a fresh, bright, almost ethereal look in the kitchen. If your heart and soul are set on an all-white kitchen, and you have already chosen white quartz for the countertops, we recommend choosing white quartz for the backsplash as well.
However, whatever the color of your cabinets, you can use white quartz for both countertops and backsplash to achieve a consistent look. This will save you money as most quartz fabricators will give deals but more importantly, you will create a true piece of art with an amazing flow.
The next are a few examples.
Combine white quartz on backsplash and countertops with wood kitchen cabinets.
Choose white quartz for countertops and backsplash with modern gray cabinets.
If you prefer to have a pop of color and a strong focal point in the kitchen, choose colorful quartz backsplash for white quartz countertops. For example, Blue Agate quartz by Caesarstone, a real semi-precious stone, possesses such a rich and vibrant color looks perfect when paired with white countertops, such as White Shimmer quartz countertops like in the picture below.
White Quartz Countertops Cost
By now you’re probably completely in love with white quartz and maybe even overwhelmed with many of the lovely options to choose from. You can envision it in your kitchen and perhaps even in some other rooms like your bathroom. But now you need to learn about white quartz countertops cost and calculate how much you will need for your space.
Quartz countertops in general range from about $55 to $75 per square foot. Some premium quality white quartz varieties reach $100 and up per square foot. However, most often you will be able to find deals with your local quartz fabricators. For example, among our other specials, we offer a $69.00/sqft single slab deal. The deal includes a free estimate, free edge treating, free fabrication, and free installation. If you are interested in the deal, you can choose from 4 quartz colors that include white options Caesarstone Bianco Drift, Caesarstone London Gray, MSI Calacatta Classic, and MSI Statuary Classic.
How to Clean White Quartz Countertops
When it comes to cleaning white quartz, there are several questions that come to mind, but the most important one is…
Is white quartz hard to maintain?
Not at all! Just make sure to avoid harsh cleaners, high temperatures, use cutting boards, and clean up spills immediatelly.
How do you keep white quartz white?
To keep your white quartz white, whether it’s a countertop or a backsplash, clean it regularly using mild dishwashing soap, and a soft dishcloth or damp sponge. There is no need to do anything else but wipe and rinse. Yes, it’s a s simple and easy as that to keep your white quartz white.
Do white quartz countertops stain?
No worries, white quartz countertops, just like any other quartz countertops, are stain-resistant. There isn’t even a need to seal them like you would granite or any other natural stone. Not only that they resist stains, but they also resist moisture and other damage equally well. However, white quartz isn’t indestructible and there are several cases in which staining can happen, but only if you don’t react quickly enough. Products such as coffee, tomato sauce, and red wine can stain your white quartz countertop or backsplash if you don’t clean them up right away.
How do I remove stains from my white quartz countertop?
If it came to that, there are several easy solutions to remove stains from your white quartz. You can use a cleaner like Goo Gone where you’ll leave it for 5 to 10 minutes to rest on the quartz surface and wipe it with warm water. Some other options include using a glass cleaner and isopropyl rubbing alcohol.
Other Frequently Asked Questions about White Quartz Countertops
What are the negatives of quartz countertops?
Heat is the greatest enemy of quartz countertops. While they are extremely easy to maintain and resist staining and liquids, they cannot be used outdoors as long-term exposure to sunlight can cause damage. Equally to that, even indoors, excessive heat will damage quartz as well.
Do white quartz countertops yellow over time?
If you make sure to use only mild dishwashing soap and water for everyday cleaning, your white quartz countertops won’t yellow over time. This may happen only if you use wrong kinds of cleaning products to care for them, such as strong detergents, oil soaps, cleansers that contain bleach, paint thinners. They can not only yellow your white quartz but even stain it.
Is white quartz expensive?
While white quartz creates a designer look in any kitchen and gives off the look and advantages of a luxury, premium product, the prices are not high. Quartz is approximately 20% to 40% more expensive than granite but still cheaper than marble.
Do you need to seal white quartz?
No, not ever.
Improve Your Kitchen With White Quartz Countertops from Aqua Kitchen and Bath Design Center
Now that you know everything there is to know about white quartz countertops, you can start choosing a white quartz design you will love.
Our designers recommend Pental Quartz Countertops, MSI Countertops, Caesarstone Colors, Silestone Quartz Countertops, and Marble Looking Quartz selection to your attention. Our team of expert kitchen & bath designers. along with a seasoned stone expert crew will help you from vision to installation of your new countertops.
Contact us today to get help in envisioning, designing, choosing, fabricating, and installing the best white quartz countertops for your kitchen remodel.