A classic and timeless slab that adds character to every area of the house.
The Imperial Brown quartz agglomerate slab is
distinguished by the stark contrast between the rich hue of its backdrop and the brilliant interplay of golden veining.
A timeless interior design classic that has remained undisturbed by shifting styles and trends.
Quartzforms® manufacturing techniques have improved over time,
and quartz agglomerate slabs are now the best choice for the construction and interior design industries.
The public and designers may rest certain that they are using the best-engineered stone
available on the market since they comply with the toughest safety and environmental protection regulations.
Quartzforms® surfaces for kitchen counters, baths, coverings,
and floors are the product of a protracted process of technological development that
uses cutting-edge technology and an innate proclivity for study,
intelligence and creativity to return the beauty of the real stone.
Brown is a hue that is typically linked with durability, dependability,
security, and safety, and it is often considered solid, similar to the ground.
Loneliness, grief, and isolation are common feelings.
It might appear huge, harsh, and barren in big numbers,
like a vast desert devoid of life.
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.
A matte finish, as opposed to a gloss finish, is a more recent trend.
Matte-finish materials have a flat surface that absorbs light rather than reflects it, giving them an understated beauty.
The uniform color of the smooth matte surface is visible from every angle.
The matte surface, as opposed to the glossy finish, can hide wear and tear better.
Matt materials appeal to many homeowners more than reflected glossy finish surfaces because of their constancy.
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.