All woods have undertones of color, and some more than others.Cherry, mahogany, and cedar have red undertones, oak and fir have orange undertones, pine and bamboo have yellow undertones.It is naturally cool, and does not conduct heat very well.
Since it is man made from approximately 95% ground natural quartz and 5% polymer resin, the color and pattern possibilities are limitless.
The non-porous quality of quartz also makes it highly resistant to mold and bacteria.
Quartz is one of the hardest materials in the world, making it a popular choice for countertops.
It is stain- and heat-resistant, making it more durable and long lasting than granite.
Granite comes in polished, honed or brushed finishes.
In order to keep your granite countertops in top shape, they must be sealed every 1-2 years. Marble is known for its classic, timeless beauty and has a (white) brightness not found in other stones.CAMBRIA QUARTZ® offers the natural beauty you demand.Once thought impossible for quartz, the color, depth, clarity and natural variation found in Cambria designs are equaled only by how it performs.I would instead choose a light-colored granite that looks a bit like marble.The one that I’ve found that works best has bit of burgundy flecks in it, which work wonderfully well with red undertone cabinets: Kashmir White.It is comprised of Feldspar and Quartz with a mix of other large minerals.