CaesarStoneÂ® presents versatile wall cladding which is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
December 3rd, 2009
CaesarStone 20mm quartz slabs can be used as wall cladding to create beautiful feature walls, kitchen splash backs or used on all bathroom surfaces to create a modern and seamless look.
The large range of colours, patterns and finishes are complemented by durable qualities including scratch, heat, mould and mildew resistance.
CaesarStone’s surfaces offer superior properties of strength compared to many other materials. It is virtually non-porous, making it suitable for all wet areas and requires minimal care to maintain its lustrous gloss finish.
The use of large slabs minimises the need for joins resulting in a seamless finish, while also allowing for easier installation and minimal grout lines.
It does not require sealing and is easy to maintain by using the CaesarStone cream cleanser for optimum results, or alternatively, warm soapy water.
Steven Whiting, from Melbourne based Whiting Architects says CaesarStone is the ideal material for areas like the kitchen and bathroom. “We like to blur the boundary between spaces, overlap bathrooms with habitable spaces and have the shower area dissolve into the overall space… CaesarStone helps us realize the look we want,” says Whiting.
True to word, CaesarStone provides a contemporary, sleek and clean look, while still managing to be very accessible.
Images above and below: Project by Steven Whiting Architects
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