If you’re planning to renovate your bathroom and a chic, modern space is what you’re after, black quartz countertops may be a worthwhile addition to your wish list. We can’t overstate the beauty and benefits of quartz slab. Read on to learn more about quartz and to explore ideas for using black quartz countertops in your modern bathroom design.
Reasons to Choose Black Quartz Countertops
Why quartz? Why not? Quartz slab is an excellent choice—both functional and stylish—for beautiful, durable bathroom countertops that will last through the years.
Quartz countertops are considered “engineered stone,” meaning they’re man-made but created using quartz crystals found in the earth. Resins and pigments are added to ground quartz to create durable slabs in a stunning array of colors, patterns and designs—each with sparkling flecks of quartz crystals. There’s a reason quartz is one of the top countertop materials in home design today.
Your quartz bathroom countertops will stand out even further when you choose a sleek and dramatic dark color like our Grigio Nube. Black countertops are strikingly bold yet timeless, offering a unique alternative to the more traditional white bathroom counters. If you’d love the look of black or dark gray countertops in your bathroom, you can’t go wrong with quartz.
Color Schemes that Work with Black Countertops
- Black & White: A clear classic, the sleek and simple black-and-white color palette gives your bathroom a look that’s the perfect mix of timeless and modern. Picture it: deep black quartz countertops paired with a black shower, black and white floor tile and crisp white walls. (Side note: a black bathroom vanity with a white quartz countertop is equally gorgeous!)
- Monotone: Shades of gray are anything but boring. You’ve seen how warm, chic and inviting a two-tone gray kitchen can look. The same is true in the bathroom. Pairing black or charcoal gray quartz countertops with other shades of gray throughout the space creates an elegant, modern bathroom that’s sure to wow. Take your pick of either warm or cool shades of gray and have fun with this surprisingly versatile color.
- Black & Metallic: Black quartz counters give a rich, dark contrast to metallic finishes that are trending with homeowners in recent years. If you love your copper sink and faucet or have brass hardware throughout the room, black quartz slab will help it shine and stand out.
- Blue & White: If your bathroom has a spa-like color palette of white and soft blues, the addition of a sleek black quartz countertop can provide some contrast for a cool, modern look. Balance it out with black accents like light fixtures or a black mirror frame to complete a chic color scheme.
No matter how you choose to incorporate black quartz countertops into your bathroom design, it’s sure to give your space that bold and modern style you love.
See how black quartz would look in your bathroom with our Just Imagine Tool.