Brooklyn Quartzite


1- Gray Background 

Most other quartzite slabs have a creamish background while some slabs rarely have green, blue, or gold background color. Brooklyn Quartzite is opposite of this and has the gray background with white veining in it still making it possible to blend with modern white shaker style cabinetry without being usual. 

2- Touch of Gold

A lot of other quartzite slabs such as Infinity White, Bianco Macaubas do not have gold coloring in them like the Brooklyn quartzite. Having gold coloring (even a little) helps the stone tight with fixtures (gold fixtures are popular lately), gives the room the warmth it needs. It can also help tight maple, oak and cherry cabinets with the new quartzite countertops. 

3- Translucent Patterning 

This is another feature this stone has that is not as common on other quartzites. The translucent parts of the stone makes the quartzite really unique compared with others. 
Tip: if you like everything you read about the Brooklyn Quartzite but would like to use quartz for your kitchen countertops, check out our Calacatta Colorado Quartz
Brooklyn Quartzite slab measurements: 115″ x 69″ 


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