Edit: If you want to see some photos of Zodiaq Snowdrift countertops, you’ve come to the right place! Now here’s the updated post:
I’ve been so busy feeding my feelings for the past week that I’ve neglected to update you with the latest at The Ashland House. It turns out concluding a major gut rehab/addition project can be a little stressful. Who knew? I have lots of stories to share but not lots of time so let’s get going!
First of all, to the powers that be at DuPont – YOU’RE WELCOME. DuPont makes Zodiaq which is the counter top material we decided to use in our kitchen and master bath. DuPont also is not compensating me in any way for this or any other post to date. They should. If you Google Image Zodiaq Snowdrift counter tops the pickings are slim. For instance, Zodiaq Snowdrift is not all over the internet in the way that Carrera Marble is.
Not only were there limited images of the counter top I was considering but I did something I would never recommend. I picked out our kitchen and master bath counter tops from two different 3″x 3″ samples. Crazy, I know. I just didn’t have it in me to drive all the way into the bowels of Western Suburban Chicagoland to look at a slab. I knew since Zodiaq (generic name: quartz) is manmade the slabs would be relatively uniform. I took a risky gamble and I think it turned out okay.
See for yourself:
The picture above is a much more realistic rendering of what it looks like in person, if you’re curious.
Some of you might be saying, “Wow. That’s a LOT of white!”
I have to say this (in a slightly defensive and similarly slightly hurt tone):
“So what? You don’t have to live there.”
No, not that. What I meant to say is:
“You haven’t seen the backsplash yet.”
I have more stories to share but I’ll have to tell them another day. In the meantime, here is the almost finished entrance to Joyful Day Montessori:
Thank you ever so much for reading and have a most Joyful Day!