Courtesy James Martin Signature Vanities

This article originally appeared on the BUILDER website.

This year, James Martin Signature Vanities entered an exclusive arrangement with Silestone Quartz, a division of the Cosentino Group, which will now manufacture and supply all of James Martin’s quartz vanity tops.

Silestone by Cosentino surfaces are made of 90% natural quartz, and are highly stain, impact, and scratch-resistant. It is manufactured in over 90 colors, three textures, and a variety of surface formats.

James Martin’s Silestone vanity tops measure 3 centimeters thick, and are available in five curated colors from the Eternal, Iconic, and Mythology Silestone color collections: Charcoal Soapstone and Pearl Jasmine (Eternal), Iconic Black (Iconic), and Classic White and Grey Expo (Mythology).

The Eternal and Iconic collection colors make use of Silestone’s N-Boost color technology, which modifies the material’s surface at the molecular level. This enhances the surface’s existing features, enables easier cleaning and maintenance, and increases the intensity and brightness of the colors.

James Martin has also introduced a line of solid-surface sinks made specifically for use with its Silestone quartz countertops. The rectangular undermount sinks are made from acrylic solid surface, which is resistant to staining, fire, mildew, and ultraviolet radiation, and feature a polished finish that is easy to clean. The sinks are available in four colors – Bright White, Dark Gray, Dove Gray and Natural Concrete – chosen to coordinate with James Martin’s Silestone colors.

James Martin’s vanity cabinets are available in up to nine different countertop materials, including marble, granite, and solid surface. Cabinets without tops are also available.