Transform your space into a stunning sanctuary with the latest collection of nature-inspired quartz surfaces.
The latest trends in home design feature a decided focus on nature, bringing the essence of the outdoors inside. This emphasis on biophilic design — which connects the built environment with natural light and the elements, materials, patterns and colors of nature — has been shown to support cognitive function and enhance health and well-being.
To help bring the wonders of the natural world inside, leading quartz-surface manufacturer Vadara has expanded its collection with eight new colors and patterns inspired by nature, revealing Earth’s subtle beauty and unique variations.
Four delicate patterns build upon Vadara’s white marble and quartzite-influenced offering. Aurum features a luminous white background with warm gold veining and gentle hints of gray. Sky Dance is inspired by Superwhite quartzite, a warm, two-toned off-white-and-gray background with gray veining. Lava Plain has a stark white background with wide, Calacatta-style veining, while Sand Weaver is also stark white but with crisp, flowing gold veins — a key, on-trend offering in today’s market.
Four bolder patterns are designed for homeowners who want to make a striking statement with non-neutral colors. Sakura, Moon Valley, Nakoda and Crimson Peak are also inspired by natural quartzite and marble but feature more dramatic designs and colors. Sakura is inspired by Ijen Blue quartzite, a soft off-white background with areas of blue-gray and warm brown, and blue-gray veining complemented by thin gray and rust accents. Moon Valley is Calacatta Macchia Vecchia-inspired with a soft off-white background and warm, wide veining with rust accents. Nakoda is inspired by Arabescato Corchia marble and features a luminous white background with charcoal veining and a hint of green, while Crimson Peak is inspired by Viola Marble, also offers a luminous white background with maroon veining and red undertones.
These latter four are inspired by natural stone slabs and have limited supply. They can vary greatly between bundles and are expensive — but they can be viable, cost-effective alternatives to the natural stone slabs with the performance characteristics and benefits of quartz.
All designs are offered in 2cm and 3cm thicknesses and provide superior performance in kitchen, bathroom or general applications.
“We strive to capture the essence of nature in our surfaces,” said Ed Rogers, executive vice president of US Surfaces, the parent of Vadara Quartz Surfaces. “These advanced designs show off our innovation capabilities with non-neutral colors. We know we’ve done our job properly when we see how our quartz transforms the mood of an entire room.”
Quartz and quartzite elevate the look of any space, and the Vadara family of colors and patterns complements all tastes and styles — from modern, sleek and contemporary to transitional, rustic or traditional design schemes. Vadara seeks inspiration from the gifts of the Earth to bring timeless beauty to your space. Crafted by artisans who create veins, pigments and patterns to mirror the natural world, our quartz products offer uncompromising quality and performance that transform the built environment.
Learn more at www.vadaraquartz.com.