Check out KBDN’s story titled ‘Natural Warmth’ in their November/December 2021 issue to read about how natural elements and warm tones are important to countertop aesthetics, while durability and easy maintenance are top concerns for function. Even as white continues to be the most prominent color for kitchen countertops, requests for warmer tones with texture and character are on the rise.
“While we see warm tones increasing in demand, the majority of the market is still demanding a lighter/white design aesthetic,” offers Jason Brown, director of Product Management for Architectural Surfaces, based in Austin, TX. He says veined marble porcelains, especially those emulating natural marble patterns, are seeing a surge.
Also see our Calacatta Classico marble featured on page 50 in a beautiful kitchen by Toor Countertops.