Supremo™ is a new premium collection from Caesarstone® that exudes a delicate, subtly blended aesthetic made possible by innovative patented technology.
August 26th, 2011
Creating a new concept within quartz surfaces, Supremo™ proudly delivers a natural, exclusive look supported by the added quality and guarantee of quartz.
Distinctly different from any other quartz surface in the market, each slab is a one-of-a-kind creation mirroring nature’s endless diversity. Supremo™ is suitable for all applications from kitchen benchtops and splash backs to wall panelling, vanity tops and even custom made furniture.
Supremo™ offers a range of six spectacular colours, with names inspired by the romance of history – Fair Lady™, Swan Lake™ – two stunning new whites, Shining Armor™ – the perfect neutral base colour, Black Knight™ and Queen of Sheba™ – two distinctive blacks and finally Maharaja™ – our classic brown.
Supremo™ collection offers premium, luxury quartz surfaces, requiring minimal maintenance. Like all Caesarstone® collections, Supremo™ is heat, stain and scratch resistant, in full compliance with Caesarstone’s quality and global environmental standards.
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