This quartz breakfast bar – and the new base units – were fitted for a customer in Eversley, Hampshire, earlier this week.

Quartz Breakfast Bar

Breakfast bar using 30mm Samsung Radianz Alpine Umber quartz

There was slight revamp of the kitchen, with a bit of creativeness. We re-positioned the existing base unit and added a new base unit to create the support for the breakfast bar.

To create the breakfast bar, we used 30mm Samsung Radianz Alpine Umber quartz to complement existing Angolan Black worktop.

Want a new quartz breakfast bar?

If you want a quartz breakfast bar in your kitchen – get in touch with us today. We’re able to template, supply, fabricate and fit the quartz.

Based in Mytchett, Surrey, Granite Innovations Limited supplies and fits a wide range of granite and quartz, from various manufacturers. 01252 501223

There are a range of different colours of quartz available, from companies including Silestone, Levantina and Arenastone.

If you’re after a new breakfast bar, fire hearth, vanity unit or kitchen orktops, then please give us a call!

Our showroom is open 9-5 Monday – Friday, and by appointment at the weekend –which is ideal if you want to view any samples before you commit.

We are also able to send out coaster-sized samples in the post. If you require this service, then please get in touch, let us know what you’re looking for – and we can get some stone sent out ASAP!

We also offer a range of other products, such as fire hearths, glass splashbacks, granite cutting and vanity units, so do get in touch if you feel we can be of assistance.

To see other pictures of our work, please head on over to our “Recent Work” page, which has details of our most recent work.

If you’re interested in having either granite, quartz or marble but aren’t sure how you’d look after it once it’s all in place, we’ve helpfully published our Granite & Quartz Worktops: Care Guide, which we give to every customer after an installation.

Because,with the proper care, your granite & quartz worktops – or, for some, marble worktops — will stay looking new for years to come. Stone is one of the easiest surfaces to maintain, with granite being virtually un-scratchable.