Color Chart – Silestone Cost Per Square Foot

by Peter Liang

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Prices range from $47 up to $72 per sq/ft. Here are the most current prices.

$47 per square foot

  • BLANCO CITY
  • CAPRI LIMESTONE
  • KALAHARI
  • MARENGO
  • MONT BLANC
  • NIGHT MIST
  • ROSA GREY

Related: Skim over this estimate to get a more accurate idea of exactly how much your new countertops will cost.

  • TOFFEE
  • URBAN CREME
  • WHITE NORTH

$55 per square foot

  • ABSOLUTE GREEN
  • AMARILLO PALMIRA
  • BAMBOO
  • BLUE SAHARA
  • BRAZILIAN BROWN
  • COFFEE BROWN
  • KONA BEIGE
  • TEA LEAF
  • TEBAS BLACK

$63 per square foot

  • CAPRI LIMESTONE
  • ROSA GREY
  • TOFFEEYUKON BLANCO
  • STELLAR NIGHT
  • STELLAR SNOW
  • TIGRIS SAND

$72 per square foot

  • ALPINA WHITE
  • BLACK CANYON

Related: How does the price of quartz compare to other countertops?

  • CHROME
  • DRAGON BLACK
  • GIALLO NOVA
  • GIALLO QUARRY
  • KIMBLER
  • LYRA
  • MOUNTAIN MIST
  • QUASAR
  • ZIRCONIUM
  • SELENO
  • SIENNA RIDGE
  • SIERRA MADRE

Fork placed on top of a Silestone countertop.Home Depot is a great place to shop whether you’re looking for a quartz countertop or general home improvement items. Thousands of people enter and leave their doors daily looking for necessities for their home. One of the reasons why Home Depot has become so popular is due to its reasonable prices, honored guarantees on its products and quality material offered.

Silestone Colors At Home Depot

Home Depot offers all of the Silestone colors available. If you don’t see one on display, make sure that you flag down a store employee to see what can be ordered in.

Related: Get all of your questions about Silestone answered here.

The problem you’re going to have when you decide to shop at Home Depot for Silestone quartz countertops is not a limited selection but rather a problem deciding from the wide selection you’ll see at the store!

Different Colors Have Different Prices

Home Depot prices all of its colors differently and it’s really difficult to understand what these price ranges are based on. It makes sense that some colors may be priced more due to extra manufacturing requirements that are needed to produce certain colors.

Of course, these are the prices at time of writing and Home Depot may raise these prices or offer sales on them at any given time.
When it comes to choosing your countertop the prices at Home Depot are extremely competitive. It’s always a good idea to pop in here to see what’s available before ordering from a custom kitchen store that may charge higher prices.

When you are buying a Silestone countertop the quality will always be the same no matter where you purchase it from and the difference will lie in the quality of installation from different dealers as well as their pricing structure.

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