Vicostone’s rich collection of quartz surfaces make a beautiful upgrade to any kitchen, bathroom or tabletop. With its resistance to heat and scratches and stains, it’s the ideal long-lasting surface for your home. And, what better design inspiration than these
Vicostone patterns and styles (scroll down to see more!) that really make a statement.
TREND: Color in Cabinets
Sage green and shades inspired by nature came out as top colors for 2024. This soft green used on the lower cabinets adds a subtle pop of color, helps ground the space and complements the natural tones of
Tyrol, (Exotic collection, BQ6705) a quartz surface which resembles natural Quartzite.
TREND: Rounded Islands
There are so many benefits to rounded edges on a kitchen island that it’s a wonder this trend didn’t take off sooner. Curved corners offer a contemporary take on mid-century modern styles, as well as makes it easier to manoeuvre in the kitchen when cooking or entertaining. The bold use of
Grey Monet (Exotic Collection, BQ6800) for the island, backsplash and range hood allows a cohesive look, while the grey veining perfectly mimics the island’s beautiful curves.
TREND: Low-maintenance Minimalism
Matching the solid-surface backsplash with the same quartz on the counter and island keeps this minimalist kitchen looking tailored and clean. The quietness of
Verdelia’s (Natural Collection, BQ7704) elegant veining adds depth and visual interest to this kitchen while providing an easy-to-maintain surface.
TREND: Stainless Steel
The re-emergence of metals like stainless steel is heading into the home. While this finish is common in appliances, it’s taking centre stage and popping up on cabinet fronts and islands for a cool and clean appearance. Here, it looks less clinical when paired with the warm, golden-grey veining of
Marmoris quartz (Exotic collection, BQ6801).
TREND: Connection to Nature
Real plants — yes, we’re talking kitchen trees — provide a much-needed calming connection to the outdoors. It’s the ideal complement to a contemporary black, white and grey kitchen. The counters and backsplash here are in
Bahia (Exotic collection, BQ8883), a quartz inspired by deep sediment movements shown in contrasting light and dark veining. What makes it even more covetable is that it’s the only quartz version of the well-known Super White Quartzite (natural stone) on the market, so you can be sure that you’re getting something special.
TREND: Sculptural Volumes
Kitchen islands today are anything but boring. Adding in sculptural elements such as monolithic shapes and turned wood columns at the end of an island add an artistic element to the space. The warm tones of the dramatic veining seen in
(Exotic collection, BQ8918) highlights the beauty of the carved, wooden pedestal. Vivalioro
TREND: High-drama Patterns
Let a bold pattern be the star of the kitchen. Inspired by natural Panda White marble, the black veining of this
(Exotic collection, BQ8928) quartz island provides a sense of movement and drama. Panda White