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Super White Quartzite - A Designers' Dream


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Super White Quartzite is an increasingly popular trend both among homeowners and interior designers. With its durability, ease of maintenance, stylish appearance, and sophisticated marble look, Super White Quartzite is a perfect choice for a kitchen countertop. Some call it Super White Granite, Super White Marble, American Marble, dolomite, or just Super White. Maybe because of the fact that "it looks like marble but wears like granite" it often falls into one of these two stone categories. The truth is - Super White is neither. Super White is a quartzite or, as some geologists call it, dolomitic marble. White quartzite stone is a hard, non-foliated metamorphic rock which was originally pure quartz sandstone. Super White Quartzite is a light colored stone - a compact, coarse metamorphic rock. It possesses small to intense veins in light, medium, or dark colors. Shades may vary from white to really light tones of beige or gray. In its purest form, Super White Quartzite is as white as marble. However, the impurities give this stone some amazing patterns and swirls. This quartzite that looks like Carrara marble is sometimes also called Fantasy White Quartzite or White Vermont Quartzite. However, they are basically the same stone. Interior kitchen designers and builders love to use Super White. Flowy, soft veining and amazing white and gray shades are in high demand both with homeowners and designers. Here are some designer examples on how to use Super White in your home designs. Feel free to contact Aqua Kitchen & Bath Design team with any question you might have about Super White. We will also give you a free, no-obligation estimate and show you all the Super White Quartzite slabs we have in our yard.

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