From the not so glamorous plastic and wooden types, Switchplates have evolved to become more sophisticated and even more glamorous with the use of tiles (glass, stones or ceramics).
Switchplate makers like Questech and Weybrigde continue to lead the march towards modern and beautiful Switchplates. Modern designs continue to be durable and elegant.
True, old switchplates may be cheaper but will not blend in with modern home tiles or furniture.
The first brand of Switchplates was made b yQuestech and Weybridge. Brands like Stonique and Hammered Copper Switchplates later followed.
Switchplates from Questech, Weybridge and Stonique are cast stone Switchplates. They are made from stone pieces thoroughly mixed with quality resin to mimic real stones.
This mixture produces cast stone switchplates with great finish,natural stone colors and yet durable.
There is a little difference between Questech, Weybridge and Stonique Switchplates is that Questech and Weybridge Switchplates have smooth finish, have pits and grooves to give it a tumbled natural stone look.
Questech and Weybridge Switchplates
Questech and Weybridge Switchplates come in differentsizes, colors and designs that will match almost any home furniture or design.
One unique feature of their Switchplates, they always blend perfectly in tiled settings.
Below are 4 distinctive colors and finishing of Questech and Weybridge Switchplates.
These colors are listed in order of dark to the lightest. Each of these color finishes has 10 different configurations(designs) for you to choose from depending on your preference and design.
These 10 different configurations are further grouped as Toggle, GFCI, and Duplex. In some cases either of these 3 groups can be bundled together. They are the Toggle/Duplex and the Toggle/GFCI Switchplate combinations.