Remnants

Premier offers a wide range of remnants for various applications, including bar tops, vanity tops, hearths, and more.

Remnants can be a cost-effective choice for smaller projects. While it may not be feasible to complete larger projects like kitchens with multiple pieces using remnants due to potential differences in dye-lots, there are usually options available for longer bath tops and small islands. The selection of remnants is constantly changing as new slabs are cut, so you can expect to find a variety of colors and materials, ranging from quartz to granite, marble, soapstone, and other natural stones.

Benefits & Considerations

Benefits

Cost Savings

Remnants are sold at discounted prices making them a more affordable option for smaller projects. If you’re working on a tight budget, using remnants can help you save money on materials.

Utilizing remnants promotes sustainability by reducing waste. When large slabs are cut for larger projects, there are often leftover pieces. By choosing remnants, you’re making an environmentally conscious choice by utilizing these smaller pieces.

Since remnants are already cut and available, you can often enjoy a faster turnaround time for your project. This can be particularly beneficial if you have a time-sensitive project or need a quick replacement.

Remnants can be used for various applications, such as bar tops, vanity tops, hearths, tabletops, or smaller kitchen or bathroom surfaces. Their smaller size makes them suitable for smaller projects or as accent pieces within larger designs.

Remnants often offer distinctive patterns, colors, or veining that may not be readily available in full slabs. If you’re looking for something unique or want to add character to your space, remnants can provide you with interesting and one-of-a-kind options.

Considerations

Limited Quantity

Since remnants are smaller pieces of material, there may be a limited quantity available for a specific color or pattern. If you have a larger project in mind or need multiple pieces with consistent aesthetics, it might be challenging to find enough matching remnants.

Remnants may come from different batches or dye-lots, resulting in variations in color, veining, or pattern. This can make it difficult to achieve a uniform look if you’re combining multiple remnants or trying to match them with existing surfaces.

While remnants come in various materials, the selection might be more limited compared to full slabs. Certain exotic or rare materials may be less commonly available as remnants, limiting your options if you have specific material preferences.

The selection of remnants can be unpredictable and constantly changing. The specific remnants you have your eye on might not be available at the time you need them, and popular remnants can quickly get sold out. This requires you to be flexible and adaptable in your choices.

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