Amarula quartzite is a material with an unusual appearance and many possibilities. The natural patterns and surfaces of the stone are tinted in ochres and browns, which gives it a striking appearance. Read More
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Amarula quartzite is a metamorphic rock quarried in the Espirito Santo region of Brazil. The appearance of Amarula is striking and unusual, with its irregular patterns and surfaces tinted in ochres and browns. A material with a thousand possibilities, this quartzite has been used to create everything from sinks to fireplaces.
It’s a perfect pick for indoor and outdoor designs, whether eclectic, traditional or modern. It is ideal for bathrooms, kitchens, dining rooms and interior areas. You can use outdoors as flooring, walls, and worktops in patios, gardens, balconies, garages, and more.
Take The Guesswork Out Of The Kitchen with Amarula quartzite.
Amarula quartzite is a beautiful, natural stone that has a thousand possibilities. Its appearance is striking and unusual, with its irregular patterns and surfaces tinted in ochres and browns. The stones are not uniform in colour, texture or size. Still, they have unique markings making them highly sought-after for many uses, including kitchen countertops, floors, fireplaces, walls, mantels and even pools.
The material is tough enough to withstand the wear of daily use without chipping or breaking down over time. It means it will last a lifetime while maintaining its beauty. Amarula quartzite is perfect for an exceptional design at an affordable price.
You can choose this stone in different sizes, finishes, and textures. Amarula in Vintage finish, for example, is perfect in interior design and construction for kitchens or bathrooms that require a striking material with a matte look and a textured feel.
The generic name of this stone is Amarula granite. However, if you are looking for slabs to use as worktops, we offer them as Amarula Brown quartzite, Amarula Brown Granite, or Granito Amarula.
Amarula is quarried in Vitoria. Vitória is a Brazilian city on the country’s southern coast. It is a fluvial island bordered by the bay of Vitória, and part of the region of Espirito Santo, serving as the capital’s capital. In addition to Vitória, the central island, the town includes 34 smaller islands and a section of the coastline. There were formerly 50 islands, several connected to the most significant island by a disposal site.
Amarula combines a natural marble look with an easy-to-use granite to help you cook any foods and meals in your Home.
- Hygienic: quartzite’s low porosity ensures no bacteria cannot penetrate its surface. Cleaning your quartzite worktops with a significantly diluted solution of dishwashing detergent is sufficient to lower the microbe count, meeting the Food and Drug Administration’s mandated cleanliness threshold for kitchen worktops. After rinsing with water, a quartzite worktop is hygienic over the critical point. And if you sanitise it using a very mild solution of white vinegar, you will eliminate 100% of germs.
- Varied Dimensions: Quartzite slab size starts at approximately 2800 x 1800 mm and can extend up to 3250 x 1980 mm, depending on your selected variety.
- Various Thicknesses: You can choose quartzite worktops of 20 mm and 30 mm in standard thicknesses. In addition, you can select thicker quartzite surfaces of 40 mm, 50 mm, and more as non-standard thicknesses.
- Remarkable Finishes: The quartzite fascia’s patterns are ideal for producing various finishes that are unique to this stone. You can choose from flat finishes such as polished, honed, and Satinato. In addition, you can select from textured finishes that include leather and Vintage.
Amarula Quartzite Specifications
Amarula is an excellent product for anyone looking to install stone countertops. It is made from 100% natural materials and has no chemical additives. So it’s not only beautiful, but it also promotes cleanliness and hygiene.
- Sizes: The slabs have a minimum dimension of 2.50 x 1.50m and a maximum height of 3.28 x 2.05 m.
- Finish: It is readily available in a polished finish. You can also choose the Amarula quartzite Vintage finish when you prefer a matte or textured look for your project.
- Coverage: With a single quartzite slab, you can cover an area of approximately 6.5 square meters of surface, whether it is kitchen worktops, floors, or wall panels.
- Protection: Our production team applies professional natural stone sealant coating to your quartzite slabs upon delivery. Later, our worktop installers use an additional layer of this sealant when completing your kitchen worktop, bathroom, fireplace, or floor installation. As a result, all our quartzite worktops are pre-sealed and ready for regular use.
Amarula Quartzite Kitchen and Bathroom Combinations
- Dark and Bright: Dark kitchen ideas, like it or not, do not have to appear and feel gloomy. If your kitchen is in the corner of the house that receives a lot of sunlight, utilise this as a chance to get creative with your new space. Combine brown tiles, kitchen cabinets, and worktops with bronze appliances and a matching backsplash to make the sunshine work for you and produce a stunning kitchen that will dazzle visitors.
- Neutral colours: In a room with Amarula quartzite, you may also choose a lighter, more neutral hue for the walls, allowing them to be the central focus of the area. Colours like beige and cream go well with Belvedere worktops in the kitchen and bathroom, so keep a close eye out for nuances no matter where you plan.
- Dark Wood: If you are looking for a brown paint colour suggestion, which is a perfect complement to Amarula quartzite worktops, although this isn’t particularly interesting, using a hue of brown in one room may look extremely lovely without being too dressy. Another noteworthy feature is the use of sober black and wooden cabinets in the room, which, while striking, does not compete for everyone’s attention.
Levantina is a Spanish multinational corporation and global leader in Natural Stones.
Since its inception in 1959, the firm has continuously adapted and transformed as an innovator. It results in a leader and innovator giving expertise in ground-breaking stone materials and cutting-edge technologies. Levantina boasts ownership of numerous quarries around the globe alongside seven factories and where it creates new products such as Techlam Ceramics. In addition, the company boasts 20 own distribution warehouses, with a global presence in over 100 countries.
Levantina has its head office in Novelda, Alicante, Spain. It is one of the world’s largest marble-producing hubs, comprising the brand’s factories, including Techlam and natural marble. In addition, it contains a showroom and several stone facilities, including the Project Center and the famous’ Marble Center.’
Similarly, Levantina’s factories are one of the most innovative in the stone industry due to continuous funding, allowing them to respond to and meet the demands of our clients with maximum success.
Over 100 specialists work at Levantina, highlighting the business’s core foundations of high quality and excellent client care.
In addition, Levantina’s offices feature a display of over 500 m2 and two stone yards in the UK dedicated to enhancing your stone purchasing experience. With more than 200 different worktops and interior decoration materials, there is a Levantina stone worktop for everyone!
A natural quartzite is a fantastic option for kitchen worktops, upstands, or walls in homes and businesses. It has remained the king of worktops for centuries thanks to the mix of eternal beauty, high performance and affordability it offers.
- Natural quartzite is UV suitable, making it a perfect outdoor worktop material.
- You can choose quartzite in various finishes: Polished, Leather, Honed, and Satin.
- Each slab of natural quartzite worktop is unique to you and your project. Nature does not create two identical quartzite slabs.
- Quartzite can withstand exceptionally high heat (up to 650 degrees Celsius) and offers excellent scratch and stain resistance performance.
- When you embark on a kitchen or bathroom renovation, you will most likely consider how the material would improve the appearance and functionality of your house. However, with quartzite, you can also consider how it can boost the property's value. Your home is a significant investment, and adding quartzite worktops can help increase its value in the future.
Amarula comprises raw minerals and is a 100% natural stone. Therefore, as with any natural product, its composition may differ slightly across blocks.
Amarula's technical features are the following (petrographical classification):
Water Absorption: 0.64 %
Density: 2660 kg/m3
Flexural Resistance: 18.9 MPa
Abrasion Resistance (mm): 119.8
Compressive Strength: 77.69 MPa
Open Porosity: 1.7%
Wear Due to Abrasion (1000mm): 0.78
Impact Resistance: 60cm
Naturamia Amarula quartzite comes with a 10-year guaranteed warranty. In addition, Levantina includes an Authenticity Certificate with every NATURAMIA® Collection product. This certificate verifies that all the natural stones have passed thorough quality standards and that the warranty will be valid from the initial installation when activated.
Amarula quartzite belongs to our Price Group 3 (three), representing a medium price point. The total cost of an Amarula Brown quartzite worktop is determined by several factors, including the specific dimensions needed, the geographical location, and the ease of access to the property for installation purposes. These factors influence the number of stone installers necessary to complete your project.
Amarula quartzite is a natural stone composed of 100% raw minerals, including quartz, feldspar, biotite mica, and garnet. It is free from any additives, colourants, or resins. Due to the absence of calcific minerals, the surface of brown quartzite is resistant to etching when in contact with acidic substances.
Unlike engineered stones like quartz and manufactured marble, Amarula quartzite is made entirely of natural minerals, making it suitable for outdoor use. Furthermore, the absence of resins in quartzite worktops ensures that their colours remain vibrant and unchanged, even when installed in external environments.
Amarula quartzite can be easily sealed using an affordable stone sealant. Apply the clear liquid onto the surface and allow it to sit for at least 12 hours. Then, repeat this process every 18-24 months, depending on the level of usage your quartzite surface experiences. This regular sealing routine will help maintain the durability and beauty of your quartzite worktop.
Amarula quartzite, also known as Amarula granite, is a natural stone from Vitoria on the southeast coast of Brazil.
RETURNS AND SHIPPING POLICY RETURNS
Except for damaged surfaces, all sales are final. Please call 020 39760029 or email HELLO@WORKTOPLIBRARY.CO.UK for more information before mailing exchanges or online purchasing return products installed in faulty or damaged condition.
SHIPPING \ TURNAROUND
We process all orders within one business day. However, specific stones may have longer lead times due to high demand or special-order items from other countries.
DELIVERY & INSTALLATION COSTS
We compute delivery and installation costs at the time of purchase. Our team of professional stone fitters install all stone surfaces.
Installation and delivery charges vary depending on weight, site access, and delivery location from our workshop in West London, United Kingdom.
INSTALLATION & DELIVERY ADDRESSES
Stone worktop installation is available in London and up to 150 miles of surrounding areas. Don't hesitate to get in touch with our Worktop Library Service Team at (20) 39760029.