Empire offers a dark brown background and light brown veins scattered over the surface. It resembles the popular Marron Imperial marble, enhancing performance and practicality for daily use.
Classic Quartz Empire is inspired the popular Marron Imperial marble from Spain. In contrast with the marble stone, Empire does not require sealants. Also, because the slab is made with non-porous agents, you won’t have to worry about staining or etching of its surfaces.
Quartz worktops, vanity tops, walls and floors are some of the areas you can decorate with this surface material. In addition, you can use the product in demanding areas such as staircases, fireplace surrounds and bathrooms too.
Not only you will find Classic Quartz Malaga is easy to clean and maintain, but it further enhances practicality by being non-porous. This means you will never seal the surfaces and that you can clean it with any regular household pH cleaner.
Coupled with an ever-growing range of colours, you can choose kitchen worktops slabs in both 20mm and 30mm thicknesses. Additionally, you will find that Classic Quartz range is also available in three finishes. Polished, Matt and Leather.
The polished finish of Classic Quartz San Vicente will provide your kitchen worktops with a high-degree, sheen reflective surface. Whilst the Matt will bring out a realistic marble-effect in the stone. Similarly, the Leather finish is a matt stone with light textured finish.
Classic Quartz Stone slabs contain 93% pure quartz, recycled glass, additives, recycled stone and sand. The team at the UK distributors work towards sourcing reliable and sustainable materials.
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