If you’ve ever enquired about quartz surfaces at one of our showrooms, then the chances are you have heard of Caesarstone. Caesarstone are an Israeli company that specialise solely in the manufacturing of quartz worktops for household and commercial use. Their collection is comprised of three main segments: Metropolitan, Supernatural and Classico, which are each defined by a unique style with authentic veining and natural flows.
Alongside these three main segments, Caesarstone have now introduced an inspired collection of light quartz surfaces, aptly named Caesarstone: Whitelight. The collection boasts three new options which join five existing surfaces to form a collection of eight natural and neutral lighter surface options.
Keep reading to find out more about the new Whitelight collection.
The three new Whitelight surfaces expand upon new trends for light and neutral kitchen spaces, with distinctive natural veins adding character to each new option. Each of the new surfaces offers a different look and feel, with Aterra Blanco, a misty white base is used in harmony with softer veining to create a translucent glowing appearance.
Calacatta Maximus also uses a solid white backdrop but instead using deep gold and copper lines and veins to add immense texture. Caesarstone describe their final new surface Arabetto as a swirling galaxy of dynamic grey stripes and specks across a crisp white base, which is then uses interlaced jade and copper in a complex combination of minerals. As you can see from the gallery a differing approach has been taken for each surface to make it a unique proposition.
Image One & Two: 5112 Aterra Blanca | Image Three: 5114 Calacatta Maximus | Image Four: 5171 Arabetto
Five existing Caesarstone surface options make up the Whitelight range with slightly plainer shades accompanying the new Whitelight options. Statuario Maximus is one of our most popular Caesarstone options. The reflective glossy texture means that is brings beautiful light to a kitchen space as well as texture through feint but effecting veining. Empira White is perhaps the most adventurous of the existing Whitelight options, using a dramatic grey veining across an almost luminescent white base.
Frosty Carrina and Misty Carrera offer a more neutral option for a kitchen worktop with less vibrant shades of white used, with Mistry Carrera featuring a slightly off-white lightly speckled base. Another deep veined option is White Attica, making use of dense interwoven blue, green, brown and grey tones alongside a slightly muted white backdrop.
Image One: 5031 Statuario Maximus | Image Two: 5151 Empira White | Image Three: 5143 White Attica | Image Four: 4141 Misty Carrera
As with all our projects we offer a completely free design service. If you’re looking to incorporate Caesarstone quartz into a kitchen or even as a bathroom worktop then we can help. If you love the look of quartz but are looking for a darker surface option then take a look at our company blog featuring the Caesarstone: Art of Darkness Collection.
Incorporate any Caesarstone worktop into your home with our free design & quote service. As well as complete design, we are able to full project management and installation for your project giving you the ultimate peace of mind for a renovation. Try our service for yourself, request an appointment by calling a showroom or by clicking book an appointment.