Whether you’re looking for a traditional jet black worktop, a modern grey shade or a more unusual lighter pattern, we have a huge selection for you to browse. Samples of our composite worktops can be viewed here: https://marbleandgranite.co.uk/samples/
Take a look at a few of our recent projects to give you an idea of how composite worktops can be used to enhance the kitchen:
Orchard Bungalow – Glass splashback/Quartz work surface
A bold orange splash back, combined with a stunning bright white quartz worktop creates a modern and dramatic kitchen. Our work at Orchard bungalow received the following testimonial:
“We just wanted to say thanks again for making the whole process straight forward, we had quite a bit to think about but you made this part extremely straight forward. Please pass on my thanks to the glass company too – we couldn’t be more happier with the outcome.”
Quartzforms QF Dark Grey worktops and upstands on matt shaker kitchen
A beautiful grey Quartzforms dark grey worktop combined with stunning white units.
Benefits of a composite worktop
A worktop made of more than one material is often referred to as a composite.
Worktops referred to as ‘composite’ are simply made up of more than one material. In the case of engineered stone, also known as quartz worktops, the surface is composed of quartz and resin. These worktops come in a huge variety of shades and glossy or matt finishes. The resin provides added strength and durability, which means that the finished product is scratch and stain resistant.
If you would like to learn more about our composite worktops or receive a quote for your property in central London, or anywhere in the UK, simply contact us.