From cabinets to countertops the color white is dominating kitchen designs all over the country. White marble and quartz countertops are favorites of many of our clients. Here are a few ideas on how to use white in your kitchen. All surfaces in these featured projects were fabricated and installed by Surface One. Ready for an update? Make an Appointment with Surface One Today!

White Quartz Countertops

The stunning white quartz countertops in this recently remodeled kitchen are Calcutta Gold quartz countertops by Silestone. These quartz countertops have a grey and white pattern that emulates marble, while providing the functionality of a quartz product. 

Quartz countertops are non-porous which makes them stain resistant and bacteria resistant. They are also impact and scratch resistant. Quartz is a great alternative for kitchen countertops if you are concerned about maintaining marble.

Crystal Tucker of Twin Construction chose to complement the white quartz countertops with white island cabinets and a white subway tile backsplash while contrasting deep blue wall cabinets and vent hood add a dramatic punch of color to the room.

Read more about this fabulous renovation at StyleBlueprint. Image: M. Fehr Photography

Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops

White Marble Countertops with Dark Backsplashes

These creative backsplashes are breaking tradition with dark colors and bold designs. Both of these Twin Construction kitchens pack a high impact punch by contrasting white countertops with a dark custom backsplash. The project on the left features a large marble waterfall island with contrasting black lower cabinets and a high impact custom black tile backsplash over the range. The project on the left features a dark navy herringbone subway tile backsplash contrasted by white cabinets and white and grey marble countertops.

 Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops
 Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops