Pebble Brown (110) is a strangely Corian looking surface for kitchen tops made by Quartzforms. What do I mean by this? You will recognise the pebbly pattern that is common in Corian surfaces, but it is not only that. It is that the stone looks out of focus when you stare at it. It is almost certainly the milky white crystals that lead to this effect as they have uncertain depth to the eye.
How much would a Quartzforms Pebble Brown kitchen cost?
- Worktops (including templating & fitting)
- Sink cut out and tap holes
- 1 set of 5 drainer grooves
- Hob cut out
- VAT at 20%
Quartzforms is a German brand that manufacturers quartz slabs. German precision and engineering is at the heart of Quartzforms ethos and it is reflected in the colours that they produce.
The veined colours in Quartzforms really are superlative. Veined Michael Angelo is akin to natural marble - even stone experts would struggle to identify this stone as synthetic and not natural. The darker colours in this marble effect like Veined Africa are equally impressive.
Do take a moment to check out the Extreme colours like Extreme Night Black and Extreme Iceberg White; these type of colours on each end of the colour spectrum are technically very hard to produce consistently however German engineering makes child's play out of getting pure whites and blacks.