quartz Archives - Flagstaff Design Center

Unique stone designs!

On October 29th, 2014, posted in: Contemporary, ideas, quartz by 0 Comment

Check out these unique stones that are new to the countertop market from Caesarstone, Silestone and LG Viatera. Caesarstone is producing unique stones called Concetto! They have a one of a kind look with a blend of art, nature and technology. Puro (8141)- Viola (8551)- Dumortierite (8540) Gray Agate (8311)- Profondo (8531)- Brown Agate (8310) Albero..

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Countertop Projects

On July 23rd, 2014, posted in: Bathroom Remodel, Kitchen Remodel, Projects, quartz by 0 Comment

Take a look at the type of  jobs Stone Creations has been working on this year, First we have a cozy kitchen with a unique River Bordeaux granite in a satin finish. The peninsula is unique with a semi-circle design.         The bathroom has a beautiful Indian Parana granite in a honed finish. Another kitchen..

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Before & After: A Kitchen Story

Are you considering a remodel or looking for some inspirational images for a future project? Either way, check out one of our recent kitchen designs for tips and tricks! The Existing Design Problems: Our client desired an updated kitchen with granite counter-tops for aesthetic and functional reasons (no grout lines to clean!), and updated storage..

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Beautiful Bath on a Budget

On February 25th, 2013, posted in: Bathroom Remodel, beautiful, budget, Granite, Projects, quartz, Tips by 0 Comment

It’s easy to lose interest in an old bathroom that is way past due to have an appointment for updating. Usually, though, the one thing that gets in the way of creating your dream bathroom is the budget. All materials add up pretty quickly when renovating a bathroom, however, here at the Flagstaff Design Center,..

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Marble: Pros & Cons

On November 27th, 2012, posted in: Granite, Latest News, quartz by 0 Comment

Many homeowner’s quickly fall in love with the light, clean look of marble. It is classic, elegant, timeless and can be used for many different purposes. The natural stone can be fabricated into floor and wall tiles or slabs, counter tops and much more. It is a versatile material in the sense that it is..

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Going for a Contemporary Look? Try Quartz

On September 4th, 2012, posted in: quartz by 0 Comment

If you are remodeling and want to use stone countertops, quartz can be a great alternative if you don’t prefer the rustic look of granite. Because it’s man-made, there is a quartz to suit just about every taste imaginable. To learn more about quartz countertops and how they’re made, click here. Or to see a..

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Consider Quartz Counter-tops

On January 9th, 2012, posted in: quartz by 0 Comment

Thinking of updating your counter-tops for the New Year? Consider Caesarstone quartz! Many professional interior designers, architects, and design enthusiasts across the globe have used Caesarstone’s quartz surfaces to create truly unique environments. They used these collections for applications such as kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, backsplashes, wall cladding, furniture and flooring, and the results of their..

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Countertop Edges

On December 21st, 2011, posted in: Granite, quartz by 0 Comment

After selecting your granite slab, the next step is deciding which edge you would like your countertop to have. This will reflect your personal style and theme through your home. Granite slabs are cut at 3/4″ thick, and we use lamination to build your edge up to a 1 1/2″ thickness to acheive a richer..

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Countertops with the Highest Cleanability Levels

On December 5th, 2011, posted in: Granite, quartz, Tips by 0 Comment

Are you worried about the cleanliness of your kitchen and how well your countertops hold up to germs and bacteria? The Marble Institue of America found a study that “compared the cleanability of four widely used countertop materials showed that granite, marble and quartz surfaces are all easily cleaned to meet the FDA surface sanitizer criteria.”..

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