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Caesarstone launch highlights shift towards darker interiors

Surface manufacturer's new Art of Darkness finishes encapsulate the look of natural materials in the night time

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Caesarstone 5101 Empira Black 3 quartz worktop: A deep black base with elegant white veining.
Caesarstone 5101 Empira Black 3 quartz worktop: A deep black base with elegant white veining.

Caesarstone has added four shades to its worktops range, offering deeper hues for areas of the home normally associated with lighter materials. 

Several years in the making, the four new products, launched under the banner ‘The Art of Darkness’, draw inspiration from the desert and the great outdoors, where Caesarstone’s in-house design team ventured to help shape the look and feel of the new designs. Inspired by the organic materials found on their travels, the team experimented with how different stones reflect and hold colours at night.

From the elegant sheen of 5101 Empira Black and the deep matt of 3101 Piatto Black to the subtle patinas of rusted 4735 Oxidian and charcoal-like 5810 Black Tempal, the new additions reflect a broader movement in architectural interiors towards darker materials and surfaces.

  • 3101 Piatto Black 1: Deepest darkest black with a fine granular appearance and textured finish.
    3101 Piatto Black 1: Deepest darkest black with a fine granular appearance and textured finish.
  • 4735 Oxidien 1: A dark grey base with an oxidised russet effect and tactile finish.
    4735 Oxidien 1: A dark grey base with an oxidised russet effect and tactile finish.
  • 5810 Black Tempal 3: Black charcoal base with soft mineral deposits and warm whites.
    5810 Black Tempal 3: Black charcoal base with soft mineral deposits and warm whites.
  • 5101 Empira Black 6.
    5101 Empira Black 6.
  • 5810 Black Tempal 2.
    5810 Black Tempal 2.
  • Burnished metallics, wood grains, textures and deep dark shades are increasingly popular choices for contemporary interiors.
    Burnished metallics, wood grains, textures and deep dark shades are increasingly popular choices for contemporary interiors.
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Burnished metallics, wood grains, textures and deep dark shades are increasingly popular choices for contemporary interiors. 5810 Black Tempal, 4735 Oxidian and 3101 Piatto Black's new Natural Finish enhances the depth of colour, especially on darker shades.

Caesarstone quartz surfaces are suitable for kitchen worktops and bathroom vanities and counters, as well as custom-made solutions for home and commercial interiors. They are non-porous and heat resistant, can be cleaned with regular detergent and require no sealing or waxing. They come with a 25-year warranty.

For more on the new launch, visit caesarstone.co.uk/the-art-of-darkness 

For more information and technical support, visit caesarstone.co.uk

 

Contact:

0800 158 8088

sales@caesarstone.co.uk


 

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