Gourmet Kitchen

A gourmet kitchen features contrasting Eggersmann® zebrawood cabinetry, Cambria® quartz countertops, frosted glass backsplash, SubZero® and Wolf® appliances, and HansGrohe® faucets.

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poojakhanna
Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to A Guide to 3 Trendiest Kitchen Countertop Materials9 May 2019

ConsQuartz is not suitable for outdoor use because it may fade or discolour, and the resins may degrade due to constant exposure to sunlight. As a precaution, avoid chopping vegetables directly on the countertop.Quartz is composed of resins, which might be sensitive to highly acidic or alkaline chemicals that can damage the surface, hence it is essential to avoid cleaning with harsh chemicals.Cost: Quartz starts at ₹400 per square foot.Take inspiration from these photos of beautiful kitchens

poojakhanna
Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Engineered Quartz: The Next Big Stone Material?4 January 2018

Con: Not suitable for the outdoorsA drawback of engineered quartz is that it is not suitable for the outdoors. The polyester resin that is used during manufacturing might degrade in the presence of UV rays. Additionally, avoid installing the material in indoor areas that are exposed to direct sunlight, as it will cause the product to discolour and fade.

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luv2ace added this to luv2ace's ideas12 February 2021

greystone cambria with frosted glass backsplash

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Lisa Kurth added this to ES Custom Homes11 February 2021

KITCHEN -- I like the Cambria countertops. I could also go light tho...

eezabo
Lisa Kurth added this to A.G. Home4 February 2021

KITCHEN -- I like the Cambria countertops. I could also go light tho...