Quartz is a cost-effective, durable and visually magnificent stone. A great alternative to marble or even granite, quartz is growing in popularity every day, filling kitchens and bathrooms or any room that you may wish. As quartz is a very versatile product it can be used in any room, a stunning fireplace, stylish worktops or even the flooring. Either way, quartz can uplift any house into a stylish modern home. If you are looking into using quartz in your home, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog, we will be discussing our top six fun ways to include quartz in your home.


Yes, that’s right, quartz showers – bringing elegance, style and a touch of modernisation to any home. Quartz is an easy to clean material, just a touch of a suitable cleaner and water on a cloth can make your quartz shower look as good as new. Quartz does not hold moisture, meaning that it’s resistant to mould and mildew. Whilst looking great on the side of the shower walls, quartz should never be used on the floor in wet rooms unless it has been honed – which means it has a matte finish, so it’s not as slippery and prevents injuries.


With little-to-no upkeep, quartz makes the perfect floor for any large open space, living room, kitchen, or bathroom. Quartz is a very durable material, so no need to worry if you have high amounts of traffic as the quartz will withstand any damage which may occur. Quartz is available in many different styles, meaning there is one to match the design of most rooms.


Backsplashes are very popular in homes across the nation, protecting the walls and adding that touch of style and elegance to any kitchen space or even bathrooms. Quartz is a material which is easy to clean, durable and provides that touch of style. You can have peace of mind knowing spots, spills and stains aren’t damaging your walls, as they can easily be wiped off of your quartz backsplash.


Surround your bathtub with beautiful elegant quartz tiles for that stylish touch. For a more dramatic change, styling quartz tiles around your bath can transform a plain, boring tub into something which looks more expensive and luxurious. Like in the shower, it’s recommended that the quartz is honed, to prevent injuries from slippery surfaces.


Quartz is regularly used in fireplaces; with an elegant modern style that adds a twist to any traditional fireplace. The durability of quartz offers the perfect conditions for a fireplace, having a high heat resistance, durability against scratches, stains, and overall damage.


The most popular use for quartz is worktops because of their sleek appearance and durability. Resistance to scratches and stains makes quartz the perfect material for any kitchen, as well as looking modern. What more could you possibly want?

Quartz also has a distinct style which means that you can implement the worktop as a key feature of your homes interior design. In order to achieve the best look you can implement olour matched and style matched Bar Stools with your kitchen worktop to really make your kitchen stand out.


Quartz is a non-porous material, this means that the stone will not absorb liquids and dust, keeping the surface as clean as possible and resistant to stains seeping into the material. This makes quartz worktops a great choice


Thank you for reading our blog, have we inspired you to use quartz in your home? If you need any further advice, please feel free to get in touch.