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The Perfect Trio: Hardwood, Quartz Countertops, and Marble Backsplash

Updated: Apr 6, 2023


If you want to give your kitchen a sleek and sophisticated

look, consider combining hardwood flooring, quartz countertops, and a marble backsplash. This trio of materials is not only durable and long-lasting, but it also adds a touch of elegance to any space.


Hardwood is a timeless choice that adds warmth and

character to a room. Its natural beauty can complement any design style,

whether you prefer a rustic farmhouse or a modern minimalist look. Now available in a herringbone pattern in select colors.


On the other hand, quartz countertops are highly durable and

resistant to stains, scratches, and heat. They're also non-porous, so

they won't harbor bacteria or germs. With various colors and patterns, quartz countertops can give your kitchen a sleek and modern

look.





Finally, a marble backsplash adds a touch of luxury and

sophistication to any kitchen. Its natural veining and color variations

create a unique and stunning visual effect. Plus, marble is highly durable and resistant to heat and moisture, making it a practical choice for a backsplash.


In summary, combining hardwood flooring, quartz countertops, and

a marble backsplash is a winning combination that can add both beauty and practicality to your kitchen. Whether renovating your existing space or building a new home, these materials will impress.

Material :

Countertop: V109 Calacatta celine (Quartz)

Floor : W64 Absolute Herringbone (engineered hardwood)

Backsplash: V109 Baroque

Cabinet : Stonedale (MSR)


Designed By:

Oscar Cortes

oscar@scdflooring.com

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