"We began with the countertop," said Adapt Design's Hannah Hacker. "I always approach material selection by picking one feature the client loves. It becomes the focus of the project, and all the other elements in the room coordinate with that piece." In this case, that piece was Viatera's quartz countertop in Minuet. "Viatera's Minuet was the inspiration for the whole project. From the beginning, the product's bright white and cool gray tones fit the style my clients wanted in the bathrooms. They loved the look of natural stone, but they didn't like the price or the work that goes into maintaining a surface that stains and scratches so easily. Minuet was the perfect solution."
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"Quartz is by far the most common material for countertops right now. No one wants to go through the hassle of sealing and cleaning marble or granite. Quartz is a fantastic, low-maintenance choice that fits everyone's budget," Hacker said.
"We ultimately chose Viatera because of the cost, unique color choices and realistic stone patterns it offered," Hacker said.
"Viatera helped us achieve the desired aesthetic at a reasonable price point." Adapt Design installed Viatera countertops in Minuet in both the master and guest bathrooms. In the master bathroom, Minuet's smooth alabaster hue marbled with soft gray creates a serene, sophisticated space. The demure blue walls subtly contrast with the pale counter, while the fresh white cabinets offer a pop of brightness. The silver finishes accent the gray veining throughout the countertop. Viatera's Minuet stands out against the cheerful aquamarine walls in the guest bathroom. A backsplash of geometric white tiles offers a contrast to the delicate pattern of the counter. The new bathrooms were a huge success. "My clients love the new countertops. These spaces are classic and sophisticated - exactly what they wanted. There's serenity not just in the atmosphere, but in knowing they have the highest quality surface for an affordable price."
The family is already looking ahead to more remodeling projects. "They want to do the kitchen next," Hacker said. "Quartz is a great surface for cooking and eating, because it's so sanitary. It's nonporous and scratch-resistant, so bacteria and germs can't hide in crevices. And with all the colors and patterns Viatera offers, it could be the inspiration for this room, too."