Caesarstone have added 5 new designs to their popular Classico collection.
September 5th, 2011
Caesarstone’s Classico collection has just become even more versatile with the addition of 5 new designs.
“We have seen an on-going shift from simple monotone colours to more subtle 2 or 3 colour blends in natural design structures and scale in neutral, classic base colours,” said Andrew Dixon, Sales and Marketing Manager, Caesarstone Australia.
This shift sparked the development of new additions to the Classico collection, all developed to work in a number of applications – kitchen bench tops and splashbacks, custom made furniture and bathroom wall linings.
Ocean Foam (pictured above) evolved from the core white palette, but is even whiter with a blended fine quartz structure.
Crème Brulé and Wild Rice mix variable quartz sizes for enhanced natural appearance and delicate integration of colours.
Cocoa Fudge is rich and chocolatey brown, whereas Shitake is lighter – a blend of mushroom, white and darker tones in a sophisticated classic design.
As with all Caesarstone products, the focus is on versatility, technology, quality and lifespan.
The 5 new Classico colours are available from early September.
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