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Light and bright yellow stone worktops

From the ancient Romans to modern films, classic white marble abounds. However, marble and granite cover most of the rainbow, and engineered stones fill in the gaps. Thanks to modern technological improvements, these unusual stones and many others are available to ordinary families in Surrey. At our workshop, we have both natural and processed stones covering every shade and hue. Here are a few of our favourite yellows, from primrose to daffodil.

Sunshine bright

Silestone is a popular choice at our Surrey workshop as the colours are so vibrant. With the toughness, durability and easy care features of granite, Silestone quartz worktops are a great choice. There are several shades of yellow to choose from in the range, from daffodil bright to dusky sahara sand. It’s a great reminder that you can bring a splash of warm sun into your home without moving to a tropical paradise.

Yellow granite

The subtle yellows in this natural stone are created by trace elements. Yellow granite can take millions of years to form, and each slab is completely unique. The colours are much more subtle than in the processed stones, which is part of its natural beauty. We have several shades of yellow granite to choose from and each stone has its unique patterning and texture. In some yellow granites, the colour infuses the stone, while in others it’s present as flecks of brilliance.

Mellow yellow

Quarella is known for its textured quartz and its subtle shades. Beige Sal is a lovely mellow yellow with a speckled texture. Scratch, stain and heat resistant, it’s delicate appearance masks the toughness of the stone. It’s a great choice for kitchens and can also be easily applied in other areas of your home or business, including bathrooms splashbacks, floor tiles and more. The stone is uniform, with each slab being nearly identical, making matching pieces across a larger area simple.

Top of the milk

With the delicate yellow of rich cream running through milk-white marble, Calacatta Vagli marble is a delightful addition to our collection of yellow stones. As each deposit of natural marble is formed by a unique set of circumstances, no other stone will be quite like it. The veining is a typical feature of this stone and is much sought-after.

Jewel-like brilliance

Preziose from Okite is a truly unusual worktop material. Primarily made from natural quartz, Okite is tougher than granite and an ideal choice for hard-working kitchens and bathrooms that need a glamorous touch. Preziose catches and reflects light like a gem, giving a luminous touch. Its translucency means it can be backlit for an even more striking effect. Preziose by Okite is ideal for a statement feature, whether it’s adding a flair of colour to a family bathroom or creating a striking bar for a busy nightclub. Its look will depend entirely on how you choose to use it.

If you would like to know more about our wide range of coloured stones we’re always available to provide help and advice to make it easy for you to choose the right stone for you. For further information please call us on 01428 651940 or come visit our showroom.

 

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