A mix-match of distinctive elements, to be more specific, quartz worktops and other kitchen elements or even an entire kitchen, comes handy for the ambient setting. Homeowners know the benefits of using quartz for worktop kitchen-worktop mix-match, speaking of what it’s worth, has become a mega trend and it’s poised for more use over time.
Incorporated into a kitchen with creative and professional touch to its finish, it increases functionality. It comes in different types and forms. The choice is factored by your dream design and taste. The Best play, in any case, remains properly piecing things together to enhance aesthetics and create an enabling kitchen space.
Bevelled edge worktop
It comes in handy for wear and tear resistance, the softness of quartz edge, fashionable look and most importantly, ease of combination with other pieces. Kind of sloping, its edge is reduced by some inches depending on the size or type making it not square with slab surface. Straight-edge type is pretty simple and as its name implies, it’s finished with a straight touch.
When combining it with other pieces or worktops or quartz worktops, especially in a way that the edges of all pieces meet, having the same finish to the other pieces as the bevelled worktop goes a long way to help achieve not just a mix-match but also a feasible combination.
Chamfered edge worktop
It’s pretty similar to a bevelled edge, except its sort of congruously sloping-edged, with edge surfaces almost facing each other. During application, one advantage it bears in similarity to bevelled edge worktop is that it facilitates pairing.
Homeowners usually include it as the main piece in kitchen design because of its aura adding quality. Given that fact, consider installing it in areas it’s beautiful visual effect immensely impacts.
Quartz ogee edge worktop
With an edge which is sort of s-shaped with the upper part to worktop surface being smaller than the lower part, it carries the weight for opulence and drama. It comes in different types, ranging from single to double or more ogee edges. The double-edged type, for the most part, is installed with a thicker slab. For what it’s worth, it commands more charge compared to most quartz worktop types.
Properly installed with a professional touch to finish it can go hand in gloves with walls to blend in. Why not it in cooking area or mixed and matched with wash basins and sinks too. Consider colour combination when hooking it up to walls.
Mitred edge worktop
It’s achieved by shaping a worktop and its supporting panel edges to an angle of forty-five degrees, thus creating a seamless edge flow much as the slab is properly mounted on the panel by. Mitred profile design requires a high level of proficiency. You have to precisely and accurately cut, shape and piece materials for a smooth transition with no joint signs.
You hate cluttering and want ease of movement within your kitchen, you might want to incorporate it into your arrangement in form of an island or as a supporting structure for an island if any.