CaesarStone introduce nine new colours to their extensive range of quartz surfaces.
May 15th, 2009
In their largest ever colour launch, CaesarStone have unveiled nine new colours developed specifically for the Australian market.
CaesarStone’s expanded colour palette adds depth to the existing range, now offering 38 colours and patterns – with warm, neutral tones defining the nine additional colours.
“The 9 new colours are the result of several years of development and market testing. They strongly reflect Australian design direction,” says Andrew Dixon, Sales & Marketing Manager for CaesarStone.
Using new colour combining technologies, ‘Organic White’, ‘Whisper, and ‘Buttermilk’ reflect a soft, warm and natural aesthetic, while the warm brown/grey shades of ‘Urban’ perfectly complement a modern interior.
With a relaxed coastal aesthertic, ‘Free Spirit’ uses a white base combined with a precious mix of amethyst and golden cornelian pieces (stones known for their healing powers). ‘Brown Pebble’ uses actual river pebbles in its composition – creating a unique new look in quartz surfaces, suitable for both comemrcial and residential applications.
The classic mid-brown tone of ‘Walnut’ will complement many timbers and modern materials and the natural, organic features of ‘Black Rocks’ tonal black base and subtle white features offer a highly tactile and timeless design.
CaesarStone quartz surfaces are stain, crack, scratch, chemical and heat resistant, making them a durable choice for carefree kitchens, bathrooms, bench tops, wall paneling, splash backs and various other applications.
The new colour range can be viewed in large floor to ceiling panels in showrooms nationally.
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