"Why quartz?" I want a countertop that's durable, easy to clean, non-porous and heat resistant.
When we got the bids for the Lowe's Angel Ash, I
Let's break it down in simpler terms. We're putting 96 square feet of quartz in our kitchen.
96 square feet x $75/sq ft = $7,200 JUST FOR THE KITCHEN COUNTERS
We just don't have the budget to stick with the Allen + Roth Angel Ash, so I started to look at other options.
I ended up finding a quartz by Pental called Riverbank Brushed, and while it's a bit more chunky, I've decided that I love it just as much, if not more than the Angel Ash. It's definitely more of an organic look, but I think it's going to look beautiful against the white shaker cabinets and the matte subway tile backsplash. The best part: it's $55/sq ft!
96 square feet x $55/sq ft = $5280
By using the Pental quartz, we'll save just over $2,000.
|Allen + Roth Angel Ash quartz|
|Pental Riverbank Brushed quartz|