Design Styles for Kitchen & Bathroom Quartz Countertops

Style is a mindset.
What's Yours?

Ready to imagine the world you want to live in…and then build it? Discover your personal design style and create your ideal sanctuary, featuring Alleanza Quartz surfaces. 

Modern

Modern

Straight lines and minimal décor define this uncomplicated look. With an emphasis on balance, symmetry and form, the modern design style, inspired by architecture of the 1920’s, primarily focuses on clean and simplified spaces by using bold lines, warm woods and primary hues.
Get Inspired >

Transi
tional

Transitional

This design style is the perfect blend of traditional and modern elements, where the comfort of classic design meets the world of contemporary décor. Enjoy the best of both worlds by mixing old world woods and natural hues with glass and chrome to create a harmonious blend of styles.
Get Inspired >

Tradi
tional

Traditional

Often referred to as Classic, this design style lends itself to details of luxury, richness and depth. Characterized by intricate wood carvings and moldings, sturdy crafted furniture, classic art and flashes of gold, this design style creates a timeless impression of splendor and maturity.
Get Inspired >

FARM
House

Farmhouse

At the intersection of practicality and comfort lies farmhouse style. This design style relies on natural resources, readily available materials, wood features and white tones. Raw elements and warmth are indicative of this interior design theme, which creates an emphasis on a space connected with nature.
Get Inspired >

RUSTIC

Rustic

Featuring the use of raw materials, handcrafted wooden furniture and natural textures, this distinct design style is described as earthy, aged and casual. Both simplified but functional, rustic style feels closest to being at one with the earth.
Get Inspired >

Mid
Century
Modern

Mid-century Modern

Gaining popularity in the 1950s, this design style is best known for sleek lines, organic shapes and a clean, honest use of materials. With an emphasis on reimagining traditional pieces, this design style is notoriously known for appearing futuristic but with limited décor flair.
Get Inspired >

Contem
porary

Contemporary

Interiors featuring neutral elements, bold color and streamlined shapes are often characterized by this design style. Developed in the latter half of the 20th century, contemporary style is known for spaces that include softened and rounded lines, as opposed to stark edges featured in modern designs.
Get Inspired >

Coastal

Coastal

This feels-like-summer-year-round in your home design style is most simply defined as beachy. Notable design elements include the use of natural light, neutral hues, linen textiles, and a soft aesthetic.
Get Inspired >

Scandi
navian

Scandinavian

Synonymous with Nordic style, this interior design theme features minimalism, soft tones, clean lines, utility and sense of warmth. Furnishings are sleek, modern and inviting, and a lack of clutter and a cozy environment are indicative of this design style.
Get Inspired >

Boho
Chic

Boho Chic

Free your design inhibitions with sustainable influences from around the world. This design style doesn’t play by the rules and tends to incorporate eclectic colors, lush greenery, mixed textures and global elements to create the epitome of personalized style and laid-back vibes.
Get Inspired >