Inspiration and DIY All About Natural Quartzite Countertops




Looking for something a little different for your countertops? Natural Quartzite offers unsurpassed durability and an elegant look for your kitchen or bathroom. Find out why natural quartzite is the new favorite for countertops today.

The colors of natural quartzite are generally white or gray with hints of brown and black. Occasionally you can find a colored natural quartzite if the rock from which the natural quartzite was cut has some impurities that impacted the color. For instance, iron oxide creates pink or red hues and other minerals add hints of blue, yellow, or green.

Natural quartzite has the look of marble but acts like granite in durability. The veining in the stone varies from slab to slab. No two slabs are exactly the same. It gives your kitchen or bathroom a customized and elegant look that's always high-end.

If you love stone, natural quartzite is a good choice for you. The neutral colors complement any design. The veining creates elegant movement. It is a luxurious and durable stone for upscale-elegance that isn’t matched by any other stone countertop.


Natural stone can be costly, but the quality and look is unequaled. It is well worth the investment for countertops that will outlast most other elements in your kitchen or bathroom.

The application of your countertop influences the cost as well. Intricate jobs that require several cuts increase cost because natural quartzite is extremely hard and must be cut with a diamond saw by skilled craftsmen. Rare white natural quartzite doesn't contain as many impurities and is therefore harder and more expensive.

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Photo features from top to bottom: Crystallize and Ocean Tide from the Natural Quartzite series.


Natural quartzite is harder than granite and doesn’t scratch or etch the way other natural stones can. It withstands heat and isn't endangered when you place hot items on it. The benefits of natural quartzite makes the price worth it for many.

Natural quartzite's hardness protects it from scratching and etching, but as a natural stone, it does need sealing to help it resist stains. Other than that, natural quartzite care is simple. Wipe frequently with a damp cloth and use mild soaps or stone cleaners. It is difficult to scratch natural quartzite, but avoid abrasives anyway to maintain the like-new appearance of your countertop.

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