Caesarstone’s Rugged Concrete finish delivers the authentic look of a hand poured concrete benchtop with an authentic, robust, industrial design, yet adds the refinement of modern technology.
August 1st, 2017
The concrete style finish is accented throughout with grey textural variations and white haze surface patina – creating individually unique, sophisticated slabs of matt surfaces that channel the strength of concrete, with designer flair.
The Rugged Concrete finish, the first of its kind for quartz surfaces, has a visually stronger and more dramatic look than expected, thanks to unique imperfections in the material. The result is a surface that follows the current trend in design, of shifting towards industrial interiors with sturdier aesthetics, recalling the urban environments and the converted loft aesthetic.
Rugged Concrete offers the same ease of care and maintenance synonymous with the Caesarstone brand, which this year is celebrating 30 years of refining the surfaces industry. The launch of Rugged Concrete continues the brand’s commitment to design innovation and high quality surfaces.
To fully appreciate the beauty of Rugged Concrete, large panels can be viewed at Caesarstone showrooms, as well as at kitchen retail outlets.
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