Caesarstone have expanded their Classico Quartz Surfaces collection with 5 new designs.
November 1st, 2011
Caesarstone’s Classico collection has just become bigger and more versatile than ever.
Further refining their relevance to design professionals and end consumers, Caesarstone have added 5 new designs to their beautiful Quartz Surfaces.
Each of the new finishes has been designed to complement a variety of home interiors and applications, from kitchen bench tops and splashbacks to custom made furniture and bathroom wall linings.
Unique and exclusive to Caesarstone, the new designs bring a new level of beauty and sophistication to the Classico range. Ocean Foam arose from the white core palette to create an even whiter white on blended fine quartz structure.
Creme Brulé and Wild Rice have a natural, earthy appearance, with delicately integrated colours.
Cocoa Fudge is an organic blended structure in rich chocolatey brown. Shitake combines mushroom, whet and darker tones for a sophisticated classic design.
As with all Caesarstone products, the new additions to the Classico collection are backed up by sophisticated technology, proven quality and after sales service.
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