Artificial Quartz Stone Market 2019 Analysis by Trends, share, Top key players & Forecast to 2025

The Global “Artificial Quartz Stone market 2019 ” report is a meticulous study of the global Artificial Quartz Stone market portraying the state-of-the-art details in the market. It also predicts its growth in the next few years. The Artificial Quartz Stone report evaluates various aspects that determine the growth as well as the volume of the global Artificial Quartz Stone market. Additionally, it presents a determined business outlook of the market along with the summary of some of the leading market players. In this report, the global Artificial Quartz Stone is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2019 and 2025.
The prominent players in the global Artificial Quartz Stone market are Dupont, Cambria, Caesarstone, COSENTINO, LG Hausys, Compac, Quartz Master, Hanwha L&C, Vicostone, Santa Margherita, Zhongxun, SEIEFFE, Staron, Technistone, Quarella, Bitto(Dongguan), Polystone, Ordan, OVERLAND.

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The global Artificial Quartz Stone report covers the product contributions, revenue segmentation, and business overview of the leading players in the Artificial Quartz Stone market. It utilizes the latest developments in the global Artificial Quartz Stone market to assess the market share of the prominent market players in the upcoming period. The report highlights the limitations and strong points of the well-known players through SWOT analysis. It also assesses their growth in the market. Additionally, the global Artificial Quartz Stone market report covers the major product
categories and segments Quartz Surface, Quartz Tile, Others along with their sub-segments Residential Quartz, Commercial Quartz in detail.

The assessment is estimated with the help of in-depth market research. It also highlights the impact of Porter’s Five Forces on the market expansion. The Artificial Quartz Stone market study analyzes the global Artificial Quartz Stone market in terms of size [k MT] and revenue [USD Million]. Further, the report analyzes the global Artificial Quartz Stone market based on the product type and customer segments. It also calculates the growth of each segment in the Artificial Quartz Stone market over the predicted time.

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The global Artificial Quartz Stone research report presents data collected from various regulatory organizations to assess the growth of every segment. In addition, the study also assesses the global Artificial Quartz Stone market on the basis of the geography. It analyzes the macro- and microeconomic factors influencing the market growth in each region. The global Artificial Quartz Stone market is further bifurcated on the basis of the regions Latin America, Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, and Middle East & Africa too.

There are 15 Chapters to display the Global Artificial Quartz Stone market

Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of Artificial Quartz Stone, Applications of Artificial Quartz Stone, Market Segment by Regions;
Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;
Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Artificial Quartz Stone, Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;
Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);
Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, Artificial Quartz Stone Segment Market Analysis (by Type);
Chapter 7 and 8, The Artificial Quartz Stone Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of Artificial Quartz Stone ;
Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type, Market Trend by Application;
Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;
Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global Artificial Quartz Stone ;
Chapter 12, Artificial Quartz Stone Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;
Chapter 13, 14 and 15, Artificial Quartz Stone sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Everything AND the kitchen sink: Refreshing your kitchen for spring

WHEN YOU HOST DINNER FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY, the kitchen is where you prepare the feast you sit down to enjoy. But it also tends to be the place where people gather to sip wine, snack and chat with one another beforehand.

That’s especially true today, since many homes feature an open kitchen layout, where hosts can chop a salad and check the pork tenderloin while mingling with guests.

To create a welcoming vibe, homeowners may consider renovating the kitchen by replacing countertops and cabinets, adding modern appliances and ultimately designing a room that’s spacious, bright and practical.

“There are several reasons why people decide to renovate their kitchens,” says Nancy Norton, vice president of Singer Kitchens (231 N. Carrollton Ave., 504-486-0067; “One of the reasons is lifestyle improvement. You might want to knock out a wall to make it more open for your family and create an open bar where your kids can do homework.”

When Singer Kitchens begins a kitchen renovation, consultants generally start with the cabinets and move on to the countertops. The cabinets usually are the first thing people notice, Norton says.

Shaker cabinets are sleek and simple.

Usually, clients prefer simple, wooden Shaker-style cabinets, a five-piece door with a recessed center panel. Most clients opt for white cabinets, but shades of white with blue or gray undertones have become popular.

“The look now is more streamlined,” Norton says. “A lot of people want open shelving and open cabinets, so there are more compact storage options that can give your kitchen an open look.”

New cabinet styles are equipped with greater storage possibilities, including ample space to stash pots and pans, pullout trays and mixer lifts — an inner cabinet shelf that can hold a large electric mixer or other kitchen appliance. It can be extended and raised to countertop level when in use.

New cabinet styles are equipped with greater storage possibilities, including shelves that can be extended and raised to counter-top level when in use.

As for countertops, the most popular surface options include marble, granite, quartz and wood. Granite, a natural stone, is available in shades of blue, brown, red and shimmery black. It’s resistant to bacteria and the effects of heat.

Engineered quartz (also called silestone) is a less expensive alternative to both marble and granite. According to Singer Kitchens, although some quartz countertops are made of quarried slabs of the natural stone, engineered material is actually created through a manufacturing process that mixes approximately 95 percent ground natural quartz with 5 percent polymer resin. The result is a hard, low-maintenance, natural stone-looking countertop available in a variety of styles and colors. Silestone quartz resists stains and corrosion from cooking oils, liquids and most household cleaning products, so there’s no need for periodic resealing.

Norton says clients have been leaning toward silvery white Carrara marble, but since marble crushes and stains easily, homeowners should consider engineered stone that looks like marble.

“It goes really well with painted cabinets, but you also have the lower maintenance because they’re able to make (the countertop) noncoarse and stronger,” Norton says.

Bin Hang, owner of BC Kitchen & Bath (3939 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, 504-338-6227;, says quartzite — a durable, natural stone — is another popular-but-pricey option for countertops, so many people stick with quartz or silestone.

“A lot of contractors or homeowners, even if they [are renovating with the intent] to sell the house, are leaning to purchase the quartz, because it’s less expensive,” Hang says.

A silestone countertop is made from engineered quartz, which is durable, low-maintenance and wallet-friendly, while mimicking the beauty of natural stone.

To keep renovation costs down, she suggests replacing countertops, but repainting (rather than replacing) the cabinets.

Hang says clients with high ceilings may decide to remove the furr down, the enclosed area between the top of a kitchen cabinet and the ceiling. Removing the furr down creates a more open feel in the room. Crown molding can be added to the wall above the cabinets, and home decor items such as woven baskets can be displayed in the now-open area.

On the other hand, some people choose to extend the top cabinets, so they reach the ceiling.

“Generally, people’s tastes are changing,” Hang says. “New Orleans people are very traditional, but now, especially for kitchen cabinets and countertop styles, they are leaning towards more contemporary styles.”

After choosing a basic style and theme for the renovated kitchen, add the bells and whistles. There are built-in wine coolers and cutting-edge counter appliances, such as an incubator that can grow an indoor herb garden.

Randall Shaw, owner of Nordic Kitchens & Baths (1818 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, 504-888-2300;, says combi-steam ovens are “the rage right now.”

Miele’s MultiSteam oven, for example, is a built-in oven that cooks with an even distribution of steam to prepare several small dishes or entire meals in a single cooking process. Combi-steam ovens have the baking and roasting capabilities of a standard oven as well. The oven’s built-in warming drawers can keep meals warm before serving, but they can also be used for slow, low-temperature cooking.

Quartz, granite and marble in your bathroom remodel

The ideal bathroom remodel is a winning combination of beauty and practicality. Natural stone adds both qualities. We recently interviewed Adriene Araujo, co-owner of Vitoria International – a family-owned wholesale stone supplier, with warehouses in Savannah, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina. Find out what this expert has to share about quartz vs. granite vs. marble in the bathroom.

What’s your background in working with stone?

I’ve been in this business 18 years. We supply stone for bathroom vanities and tub surrounds, as well as kitchen countertops, laundry room counters, and fireplaces.

My husband, Fabio, and I are from Brazil, where people use stone a lot in their houses because it’s so hot. And we happen to share a passion for natural stone. Each slab is a piece of art.

Could you tell us the pros and cons of quartz vs. granite vs. marble in the bathroom?

The beauty of natural stone, such as granite or marble, lies in its uniqueness. No two slabs are alike, in terms of color, shade, or veining, because you’re dealing with Mother Nature.

However, if you personally want a more standard appearance, go with quartz, which is a uniform, manmade product. Also, I recommend quartz for kids’ bathrooms, rentals and laundry rooms, because it doesn’t require maintenance at all.

No material is totally bulletproof for bathroom countertop installation, but quartz and natural stone are very hard and very heat resistant, compared to alternatives like cultured marble or laminate.

Some homeowners are concerned about etching and staining. If that’s true for you, avoid marble, which is more porous, and go for harder materials like granite or quartzite. Diamond tools are needed to cut granite – that shows you how hard the stone is.

If you choose marble countertops, we usually recommend a honed finish so that any etching will not be as visible. I’m really a marble person myself; marble gives a special kind of patina, a vintage look. Just think of historical buildings – old hotels, banks and galleries – everything was marble. White Carrara marble, for example, has been used for hundreds of years.

Can you add curb appeal with stone in the bathroom?

Sure. When you’re trying to sell your house, the bathroom is second only to the kitchen in terms of curb appeal. Buyers walk into a nice master bathroom and that’s definitely a selling point. But if the bathroom’s out of date – even if the rest of the house has been renovated, their reaction is: “What the heck? What were those people thinking?”

I just redid my own bathroom; previously, I had a tile surround, but all that grout is a turnoff. To replace it, I installed a natural stone tub surround, all out of one slab rather than a lot of little cuts, so there’s no seam whatsoever and no grout. It looks very nice.

What’s trending now in terms of stone colors and styles?

Marble is the look everybody’s after, white and gray, with varying amounts of graining – if not actual marble, then quartzite or quartz that will give a marble look.

A trendy bathroom feature is the floating vanity. Wall-mounted vanities are super cool done in marble; when you match the veining, it looks like you have this 12-inch piece of rock on your wall.

Any insider tips to share with our readers?

Go to the warehouse and look at the full slab. Often when you go to a dealer, they have little 5-by-5 samples for you to choose from. Those give you an idea of color, but not the full picture. You cannot really see all the detail in that small square but when you see the full slabs, the veining will blow you away. And then your choice is obvious.

You’re already spending money on your bathroom remodel, so why not spend a little extra time to handpick the slab that you like best?