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Introducing Quarella

Designed and produced in Italy, Quarella is intended for indoor use. Inspired by iconic elements of Italian style and the natural landscape, it is ideal for kitchen worktops. It can also be ideal for bathrooms, stairs and flooring. Perfected over the last 40 years, today Quarella quartz worktops are popular throughout the UK. At Surrey Marble and Granite, we are a key stockist of Quarella products, stocking a wide selection in our UK workshop. This makes our products ready for immediate selection. This means that if you select one of our in-stock options, your Quarella worktop can go from template to installation in just 5 days.

How is Quarella made?

The Quarella company has been manufacturing stone for over 40 years. Today, they produce two different stone types using their innovative bonding process. Quartz Living is created from natural quartz, while their ‘Marble’ range is made. Unsurprisingly, its made from marble particles. The stone is reconstituted using resin, therefore this allows the company to make use of high-quality stone. With that said, the price point is kept affordable. The stone is used to its full potential to create a range of dramatic and subtle natural shades.

What is Quarella used for?

Designed to enhance your aesthetic, Quarella is used throughout the home. It’s most commonly seen as a quartz worktop in homes across the UK. Although you can also be found in tile form, in bathrooms, as a splashback or as flooring or stairs. Quarella arrives in the UK as a large slab, which means that we can cut and shape it however our customers require. As a result, creating anything from a single shelf to a full wet room.

Italian style and natural beauty

By drawing on the natural beauty of quartz and marble yet recreating it into something new, Quarella captures the history of interior design. The colours and textures in the range mimic or build on the colours and textures of natural stone, giving their customers a great deal of choice. Quarella offers the perfect blend of timeless style and on-trend design. The natural, neutral shades range from snowy white to midnight black and encompass a wide choice of browns, greys and creams. With a selection of patterns ranging from subtle speckles to full-on texture, there’s truly something here for every taste and every interior design style.

More advantages of Quarella

  • Available in over 35 colours and textures in their Quartz Living range
  • 4 thicknesses available: 12, 20, 30 and 40mm
  • Tiles also available
  • Suitable for stairs and flooring, as well as worktops
  • Very hard to chip, scratch or damage
  • Very hard to stain
  • Waterproof
  • Non-porous
  • Heat and cold resistant
  • Easy to clean
  • Low maintenance
  • Designed for use in kitchens
  • Greenguard certified as an environmentally friendly product

View our Quarella Collection

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