Calacatta Satvario Venitino. We set out to capture the gentle gradients in quartz, with bold flowing veins across a luminous base, while wispy threads of dynamic blue-grey veining illustrate the patchwork rice field observed from high above – giving dimension and perspective to Statuario Venato’s minimal aesthetic. We hoped to capture the glow of setting sun and the lull of intricate movement from the grand sweeping steps to individual blades of grass as the scene comes to life like a symphony of colour in the warm summer breeze.
Calacatta Quartz and Carrara Quartz resemble closely the look and feel of authentic natural marble stone.
However, Carrara quartz has different shades of blue-gray. Veins are softer and have more delicate veins that can easily blend in well with interior living space. Calacatta quartz is more dramatic and has wider veins than Carrara quartz..
Calacatta Satvario Venitino is more prized than Calacatta white quartz as its quarry from nature with natural beauty. Different minerals of Calacatta marble present in the earth give it unique colors and patterns. But it may have odd spots that you may not like. Calacatta quartz can fix this problem.
Calacatta marble is made up of calcite. This means that it is a soft and porous material that can absorb liquids and cause stains. It is more prone to stains and burning than Calacatta quartz. Calacatta quartz is much much more durable than Calacatta marble. It is nonporous, it won’t absorb liquids and is virtually maintenance-free.
Calacatta quartz is a artificially made stone, unlike natural stones, which means various colors and veins can be made for homeowners.
When it comes to picking a stone to decorate your living space, choosing Calacatta white quartz countertops can be a good choice for elegance and sophisticated style.