*NEW* Quartzforms Forest Collection3 min read

After Quartzforms designed the Planet collection that took you on a journey through vast expanses of stars, they have rediscovered and enhanced their kaleidoscope of multiform textures that are offered by the environment around us, so rich in light, depth and life and created the Forest collection. This ever-changing, endless creative range is reflected in this new collection, where each slab is inspired by nature and its spontaneous inspirations.

Quartzforms use cutting-edge technology to manufacture natural stone into an unrivalled versatile, resistant and easily maintained product. They are a leading specialist in the manufacture of versatile quartz, with a respect for maintaining environmental standards. There are many Quartzforms worktops available that will suit your space whether it’s modern or traditional.

This quartz worktop company was founded in 1981 when Domenico Luigi Scapin put his expertise in processing stone for the building industry to good use and immediately realised its potential. Quartzforms made its debut in 2010 and over the years the production processes have constantly developed, with the title of now the best-engineered stone on the market.

Let’s take a look at the new colours in the Forest collection.

Sughero 4005

Sughero from the Forest collection has a uniform white background, a fine grain and long and diffused red and bronze veins scattered throughout the surface.

Think about the cork from an oak tree that is a quarter of a century old and takes another nine years for a new layer of bark to form. This is a slow and patient work of nature and inspired Quartzform for this agglomerate slab that’s scattered with subtle warm veins of varying intensity.

Betulla 4010

Betulla from the Forest collection consists of a uniform white background, fine grains and long and diffused bluish anthracite veins.

Think about the bark of a birch tree that stands out for its uniform whitish background scattered with irregular bluish-grey veins that branch out at its knots. This is where the design of Betulla came from. Quartzforms have recreated this evocative and unmistakable pattern to bring an elegant and versatile slab

Garrigue 4020

Garrigue from the Forest collection has a uniform dove-grey background, where fine grains are scattered across the surface, long blue and white veins disperse in different directions and white and red veins complete the design.

The name given to wasteland that is home to low, thorny and inconspicuous vegetation that grows in grey-green patches interspersed with dry areas is called Garrigue. When viewed from up above, an unexpected, fragmented and mimetic texture emerges rich in nuances and chiaroscuro effects accompanied by areas of shade and flashes of light, which Quartzforms have transformed into a decorative pattern.

Magnolia 4015

Magnolia from the Forest collection has a uniform black/green background with a fine grain and long and diffused white veins.

The magnolia tree has lush foliage consisting of large shiny, leathery leaves that block sunrays and appear dark and impenetrable when viewed against the light. This image offered by nature has inspired Quartzforms to produce a quartz agglomerate slab with an impressive depth, sporadically interrupted and illuminated by scattered light-coloured veins.

Cawdor Stone Gallery are a division of the Cawdor Group, one of the UK’s leading natural stone providers. With over 30 years of experience, our highly qualified team have undertaken international projects of all sizes, providing high-quality materials and a comprehensive range of stone-related services to a range of projects. Contact us today for more info on our quartz and granite worktops.

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