Blog - PentalQuartz

Portland’s New Kitchen

Our Portland showroom has a new kitchen to show off! While the layout is the same, the finishes have been changed to showcase hues of white and grey. A large island with waterfall side is topped with PentalQuartz in Avenza,… [ Read More ]


We’re loving this blog post from Sweeten! PentalQuartz in Thassos was used for both the kitchen countertops and windowsills to help brighten this kitchen renovation. Read more about how small changes created more space in a Brooklyn studio apartment: [ Read More ]

SLC Loft

This super cool loft is one of two in a gorgeous red-brick building constructed in 1925, originally to house the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company. When the homeowners hired Cityhome Collective to re-design the space, their first order of business… [ Read More ]

Modern Farmhouse

Light and breezy best describe this elegant yet modern farmhouse kitchen. Beautifully designed by House of Jade Interiors, the space was updated while keeping true to the home’s original design. Bright white cabinetry was mixed with mid-toned wood open shelving… [ Read More ]

Very Venatino

This modern kitchen strikes the perfect balance between light and dark elements. Medium-toned wood floors and grain matched walnut cabinets anchor the space, while white bar stools and a white patterned backsplash add light. PentalQuartz countertops in Venatino feature a… [ Read More ]

The Great Room

Designer Fran Kerzner of Design Synthesis has worked her magic on her own home by renovating her kitchen and family room into a Great Room. The finished product is sleek, bright, open, and functional. Material Stones Two porcelain tile in… [ Read More ]

Gray Magazine & PentalQuartz Calacatta

All the Home’s a Stage is a feature article in the Oct/Nov 2016 issue of Gray Magazine. A set designer and an adventurous builder take on a Portland remodel and the results are stunning! In particular, check out the kitchen… [ Read More ]

PentalQuartz in Portrait Magazine!

The current issue of Portrait of Seattle magazine features a beautiful spread on an historic 1896 home’s kitchen update project by Neil Kelly. Historic architectural details set the tone for the design, while the layout was slightly altered to improve… [ Read More ]


This handed-down family home was in need of updates! MAC Renovations removed a few walls to create a more open space, and designer Terri Wills kept the color palette light. PentalQuartz countertops in Serra pull together white cabinetry, light wood… [ Read More ]

Man Cave

The man cave in this midcentury modern home is complete with poker table, entertainment area, and of course a full wet bar! Designed by Fran Kerzner of Design Synthesis, the entire space incorporates retro 50’s elements including a sunburst clock… [ Read More ]