High Gloss QueenslanderContemporary Kitchen, Brisbane

A classic combination of high gloss cabinetry and stone benchtops contrasts the beautiful timber floors and original Queenslander brickwork in this fresh and inviting kitchen in an inner city Brisbane suburb.


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Contemporary separate kitchen in Brisbane with flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets. —  Houzz
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anneellarddesign
Anne Ellard Design added this to How Much Does a Kitchen Benchtop Cost?16 September 2015

Quartz Quartz is probably the most popular material choice for benchtops these days. This is due to the availability, reasonably affordable price and the huge range of colours available. Also known as engineered stone, quartz benchtops are manufactured from a combination of crushed granite and resins. Quartz is much more consistent in colour than natural granite, which is another reason why it appeals to so many people. The price of a quartz benchtop will depend on a couple of different factors. The main one is the colour you choose. Most quartz benchtop manufacturers will categorise their colours by price range. Expect to pay more for a benchtop that has a marbled look, while speckled benchtops will be considerably less. Another factor that will determine the price of your quartz benchtop is the thickness. Quartz slabs are usually manufactured with a thickness of 20mm, but you can have the visible edges of your benchtop built up to 40mm. If you would like a chunkier look, however, this will cost more.A new quartz benchtop will cost you somewhere in the region of $520 to $1200 per square metre, including installation by a professional stone mason. As with granite benchtops, you have the option to have a cut-out for an under-mount sink, and can also add drainer grooves, both at the same additional cost as granite.

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friesiangirl
friesiangirl added this to Kitchen - bench tops9 September 2019

Quartz Quartz is probably the most popular material choice for benchtops these days. This is due to the availability, reasonably affordable price and the huge range of colours available. Also known as engineered stone, quartz benchtops are manufactured from a combination of crushed granite and resins. Quartz is much more consistent in colour than natural granite, which is another reason why it appeals to so many people. The price of a quartz benchtop will depend on a couple of different factors. The main one is the colour you choose. Most quartz benchtop manufacturers will categorise their colours by price range. Expect to pay more for a benchtop that has a marbled look, while speckled benchtops will be considerably less. Another factor that will determine the price of your quartz benchtop is the thickness. Quartz slabs are usually manufactured with a thickness of 20mm, but you can have the visible edges of your benchtop built up to 40mm. If you would like a chunkier look, however, this will cost more. A new quartz benchtop will cost you somewhere in the region of $520 to $1200 per square metre, including installation by a professional stone mason. As with granite benchtops, you have the option to have a cut-out for an under-mount sink, and can also add drainer grooves, both at the same additional cost as granite.

jasminphillips51
jasminphillips51 added this to jasminphillips51's ideas30 September 2017

Quartz kitchen bench top ideas $500-$1200/square metre including installation by professional stone mason

maria_litido
MARIA LITIDO added this to CASA AL MARE26 March 2017

ANCHE QUESTA IDEA DI ANGOLO COTTURA MI PIACE: BIANCO, CON LA FINESTRA, LUCIDO. LE SUPERFICI LUCIDE CREANO ULTERIORE SPAZIO, COME GLI SPECCHI

doose
doose added this to Kitchen Ideas19 June 2016

? Quartz btops w marble splash??

lorendak_uk
Lorenda K added this to Kitchens23 November 2015

White gloss with black splashback

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