Versatile enough to be used anywhere you dare.
Whether you’re seeking ideas or eager to
take your home design to the next level.
Bringing cutting-edge quartz design to your house in a choice of designs and colors to meet your specific requirements.
Moreover built with cutting-edge technology and exceed industry standards with our accreditations
Advanced polymer resins and color pigments are blended with 93 percent quartz,
one of nature’s toughest stones, to produce an Infiniti Stone surface.
As a result, the quartz countertop or cladding material is long-lasting, sanitary, and aesthetically pleasing.
With its adaptability and elegance, this marriage of nature and technology may expand beyond the confines of natural stone.
In addition, Infiniti Stone, with its wide choice of colors, offers the best mix of gorgeous design and minimal maintenance for any kitchen,
bathroom, or indoor commercial project.
White shades are hues that are only slightly different from pure white.
Off-white hues, which are usually
referred to as “white variations,” can also be
used in a neutral color scheme.
A shade is a pure color combined with black in color theory (or having a lower lightness).
A “shade of white” would technically be a neutral grey.
also, off-white hues, differ in hue and chroma from pure white (also called saturation, or intensity).
A polished finish has a glossy surface that reflects light and draws attention to the stone’s color and veins.
This implies that the intricacies, colors, tints, and vein structure of the stone stand out more, emphasizing the stone’s inherent qualities.
These are surfaces with a predominant grain size of greater than 0.075 mm (more than 50%).
Quartz, feldspar, and calcite are the most common
thick-grained or granular surfaces, with sulfates, salts, and volcanic pitchstone being less common.
One of the hardest minerals on the planet is quartz.
Quartz is a popular and dependable countertop material due to its resilience and availability.
It is a natural stone that is sometimes
referred to as “designed” or “man-made.”
Depending on the quartz producer, the amount of natural quartz in a slab varies.