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Specify quartz surfaces in pale pared-back patinas

Kitchen worktops and bathroom vanities in Caesarstone's subtle shades and textures help create residential and commercial interiors with a warmer feel and softer edge

In association with
Kitchen splashback, worktop and island in 5114 Calacatta Maximus Caesarstone polished quartz.
Kitchen splashback, worktop and island in 5114 Calacatta Maximus Caesarstone polished quartz.

Caesarstone is a concept and lifestyle-driven company with a customer-centred approach to designing, developing and producing high-end engineered quartz surfaces for residential and commercial buildings.

Its products are used for countertops, vanities, wall cladding, floors and other interior surfaces and offer superior aesthetics and functionality in a distinct variety of colours, styles, textures and finishes. The range of options makes Caesarstone a highly desirable alternative to other surfaces.

Caesarstone quartz surfaces are long lasting, durable, non-porous and scratch and stain resistant. The company's commitment to good service has fostered growing customer loyalty in over 50 countries.

  • Modern country kitchen with worktop in honed London Grey quartz by Caesarstone.
    Modern country kitchen with worktop in honed London Grey quartz by Caesarstone. Credit: Louise Roe, Front Roe
  • Contemporary minimalist kitchen with quartz worktop and upstand in Cloudburst Concrete from Caesarstone's Metropolitan range.
    Contemporary minimalist kitchen with quartz worktop and upstand in Cloudburst Concrete from Caesarstone's Metropolitan range. Credit: Helen Powell, Design Hunter
  • Bathroom with quartz vanity top in Caesarstone 4601 Frozen Terra.
    Bathroom with quartz vanity top in Caesarstone 4601 Frozen Terra. Credit: Geraldine Tan, Little Big Bell
  • Kitchen-diner with Caesarstone quartz worktop in Cloudburst Concrete from the Metropolitan range.
    Kitchen-diner with Caesarstone quartz worktop in Cloudburst Concrete from the Metropolitan range. Credit: Helen Powell, Design Hunter
  • Quartz vanity top in Caesarstone 4601 Frozen Terra.
    Quartz vanity top in Caesarstone 4601 Frozen Terra. Credit: Geraldine Tan, Little Big Bell
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For more information and technical support, visit caesarstone.co.uk

 

Contact:

0800 158 8088

sales@caesarstone.co.uk


 

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