About Us


Photo: depositphotos.com
Photo: depositphotos.com

Quartz as a furniture material is not the natural stone quartz typically associated with gemstones or geodes. Instead, when used in furniture making, we refer to engineered quartz, which is a composite material made from crushed quartz crystals combined with a resin binder and color additives. Engineered quartz is well suited for furniture components like tabletops, counters, and various accent pieces thanks to its numerous desirable properties. Here's a breakdown of its characteristics:

  1. Durability: Quartz is known for its durability and strength. It is resistant to scratches, chips, and cracks, which is why it’s a popular choice for surfaces that will see a lot of use, like kitchen and bathroom countertops.

  2. Maintenance: Quartz is a non-porous material, which means it doesn’t require sealing, unlike granite or marble. It also resists staining from liquids like wine, coffee, and oil, making it very low maintenance.

  3. Hygiene: Because it is non-porous, quartz does not harbor bacteria or viruses. This makes it an excellent choice for settings where cleanliness is paramount, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and healthcare facilities.

  4. Aesthetics: Engineered quartz comes in a wide range of colors and patterns, including varieties that mimic the appearance of natural stone. The consistent and controlled manufacturing process ensures uniform color and pattern, which is often an advantage when designing for a specific look or theme.

  5. Versatility: Quartz can be fabricated into various shapes and sizes, which makes it suitable for a range of furniture items. It can be used for tabletops, accent walls, vanity units, and more. Its versatility also extends to finishes, with the ability to have polished, matte, or textured surfaces.

  6. Sustainability: While quartz is not a renewable resource, engineered quartz is often considered a more sustainable option than some natural stones because it can use waste materials from other industrial processes. However, it's worth noting that the production of quartz does involve energy-intensive processes, and the resins used are typically derived from petrochemicals.

  7. Thermal Resistance: Quartz can resist heat to a certain extent but is not as heat-resistant as some other natural stones like granite. Excessive or prolonged heat exposure can potentially damage quartz or cause discoloration, so it's advisable to use trivets or pads with hot items.

  8. Installation: Quartz is generally heavier than many other materials, so it requires proper support structures when used for furniture. Professional installation is recommended, especially for larger pieces, to ensure safety and longevity.

Overall, engineered quartz brings together the beauty of a natural stone with added functional benefits, making it a premium material choice for both residential and commercial furniture applications.

Globus Logo
Globus Manager

More about buying furniture from China


Customs clearance

Our guarantees


Quality control

mobile background

Are you ready to create your dream project interior?

Start now or leave the request with information on your project.

Create a project
big mobile phone preview