Imperial Black by Quarella is also known by its Italian name, Nero Imperiale. This quartz surface is amongst the blackest available from all the major composite stone brands. Tiny (and we mean really really small) white components and mirror pieces give the stone a mild sheen that remind us that it really is a stone made from natural quartz as opposed to a completely chemically fabricated product.
How much would a Quarella Imperial Black kitchen cost?
- Worktops (including templating & fitting)
- Sink cut out and tap holes
- 1 set of 5 drainer grooves
- Hob cut out
- VAT at 20%
Quarella has evolved a lot as a quartz surface brand over its long history. Bringing the design flair of Italy to their colours, Quarella has kept eye catching stones like Lapis in their range, as well as the bright red New Rubino.
Be sure to check out the ambitious black colours like Imperial black as they are notoriously difficult to produce as a quartz surface. On the other end of the colour spectrum, Quarella supplemented its already white Alabastro with the ultra white Bianchissimo.
Quarella started off being called Piano Forte right at the beginning over a decade ago and then rebranded its logo several times. Whilst this name is no longer advertised, we do get customers that sometimes refer to Qaurella as Piano Forte.