Quartz worktops are scratch resistant and scorch resistant. Quartz worktops are one of the most durable materials found in nature. That durability transfers to countertops making the material difficult to scratch or chip. The material is less hard and formal than marble or granite, softening the overall feel of the kitchen countertop. Particularly good to use in busy kitchens or open great rooms, Quartz worktops are the hardest when are compared to granite.
Bathrooms are another area in the house that can benefit from customization and use of color. Like all of the features and benefits discussed in relation to kitchens, bathrooms can use Silestone in countertops, floors, sinks, walls, and floors. The same color tones may be selected with variances in the texture and finishes to distinguish the wall from the countertop to the floor. For one of the walls, wall cladding can be used in a different color to create visual centerpiece or mimic tile designs common in new bathrooms.