We are having white cabinets installed and im struggling with choosing a white quartz the white cabinets are very white is Calacatta Abezzo too warm?
It's hard to say whether it will be too warm without knowing what your other finishes are, particularly your flooring. I'd wait until the cabinets are installed before deciding on countertops. If you're antsy, take a sample door and sample of your flooring to stoneyards and check against slabs in good light (e.g. outdoors).
There are many, many whites on the market. What white are you using, and post a pic.
we aren't clairvoyants. post a picture of your cabs (or a door sample) in your kitchen w/your lighting and flooring.
post a pic of the quartz you want so all of us won't have to google it.
Here is a picture of our floor, quartz and cabinet sample.
Here is a picture near a window
To me it's just pain boring 🥱
In the lighting of the pictures you show the two different whites do not clash. In fact, they seem like a very safe option. To some people that does render as boring. Typically for me, it would as well, but your floors are so rich and beautiful that they could help add dimension. You might see where else you can add wood accents.
It would also be helpful to know what you plan to use as backsplash and hardware.
I decorate with walnut and black pieces on my counter. Some greenery too. I also have a large walnut table off of our kitchen. We have a navy pantry and wine bar off the side too. I was planning on using black hardware, but I do not have a backsplash chosen yet.
no it's not too warm.
with the wood accents it will look nice
I did a real calacatta backsplash tile in my kitchen. your choice won't be any warmer than the real stuff
wait until it's installed before deciding on a tile splash
My monitor says they work together.
Thank you everyone!
Beth H. :
Beth H. :