CaesarStone fills a gap in the Australian market with Pure White, the worldâ€™s whitest quartz.
August 6th, 2009
Pure, clean, crisp and dense. White can bring modern style to any project, but until now it has been difficult to find a material that marries a strong white colour with durability and longevity.
CaesarStone, in their largest ever colour launch, has answered this demand with Pure White, the whitest quartz surface available in the world. No longer does durability have to come second to aesthetics.
‘Producing Pure White has been a key focus for CaesarStone and after several years of development we are confident Pure White fills a gap in the market,’ says Andrew Dixon, Sales & Marketing Manager for the company.
Pure White, like all CaesarStone quartz surfaces, is stain, crack, scratch, chemical and heat resistant, making the highly versatile material a durable choice for kitchens, bathrooms, benchtops, wall panelling, splash backs and a variety of other applications.
One of a number of neutral shades recently developed for the Australian market by CaesarStone, Pure White, plus the 8 other newly developed colours, expands the range to 38 colours and patterns.
Get a true idea of how white white can be by viewing Pure White and the rest of the colour range in large floor to ceiling panels in CaesarStone showrooms nationally.
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