Harder than granite with the look of exotic marble, natural quartzite countertops offer the best of both worlds. Its strength will ensure natural quartzite countertops will have a long beautiful life, free of flaws like scratches and etching. This beautiful natural quartzite collection includes traditional, highly varied colors and natural cleft finishes along with more contemporary options.


Our remarkable natural quartzite slab collection includes both bold colors with veining that make a statement and lighter options with more subtle striations. Natural quartzite offers virtually no maintenance, no etching, no worries - performing with one of the best durability ratings among countertop surfaces.


• Variable Sizes - Customizable
• 2CM, 3CM Thickness
• Polished, Honed, Leather




  • What's the difference between quartz and quartzite?
    Quartz countertops are engineered stone while quartzite is natural stone. Quartz countertops are not considered natural stone because they are made from ground quartz infused with resin. Quartzite is a hard, metamorphic rock that derives from quartz sandstone compressed by intense heat and pressure.
  • What are the benefits of a quartzite countertop?
    Harder than granite, natural quartzite countertops will live a long beautiful life, free of flaws like scratches and etching. 
    • Distinct veining, from solid to crystalline appearance
    • Stain, heat, fire, scratch, etch resistant
    • Very strong & durable
    • Virtually maintenance free
  • Is quartzite better than granite?
    Natural quartzite countertops have the look of exotic stones but are harder and perform better than granite. Ranking as an 7 on the Mohs scale, quartzite is most resistant to stains, scratches, etching, cracking, and other types of damage. Granite follows closely behind with a 7-6 ranking (6.5 average).
  • Quartzite vs. Marble
    Natural quartzite countertops are an excellent alternative to marble counters because they look like of some of the finest marble in the world but will not etch, scratch, or break nearly as easily. Also, depending on the stone of course, quartzite is often a lower price than marble.
  • How do I care for quartzite countertops?
    Like all natural stone, quartzite countertops can be cleaned with water and a neutral cleaner designed for stone. Stone cleansers are often concentrated pH neutral that can be mixed with water and applied to the countertop with a clean, soft cloth or sponge. For detailed instructions, see our Natural Stone Care & Maintenance guide.


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