Caesarstone unveils new colours for autumn/winter 2015

Caesarstone adds five muted, timeless shades to its Supernatural and Classico collections of engineered quartz stone

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Caesarstone has unveiled five stunning new colours for this autumn/winter. Statuario, Symphony Grey and Urban Safari are exciting new additions to Caesarstone’s Supernatural series of colours, while Raw Concrete, a semi-matt, putty coloured quartz and Vanilla Noir, a dramatically dark colour, join the Classico collection.

Launched three years ago, Caesarstone’s Supernatural series, with its focus on emulating the aesthetic appeal and tactility of marble has been exceptionally well received. The range is acknowledged as having set a new ‘blueprint’ for quartz and the new colours are being launched as a direct response to demand from retailers, designers, architects and consumers.

The colours are perfectly in keeping with the current mood for muted, timeless shades – see the warm earthiness of Urban Safari or the cool, contemporary aesthetic of Symphony Grey. Vanilla Noir has a dark, opulent density perfect for industrial kitchens, while Statuario with its elegant, soft grey veining will surely become as popular as Calacatta Nuvo. Raw Concrete, meanwhile, belies its name with a warm, urbane appearance that is beautifully aligned with the current vogue for pared down, modern rustic room schemes.

Unlike marble and many natural materials, Caesarstone’s quartz is completely non-porous. It can be used for myriad applications within bathrooms, wet rooms and shower rooms. It is also so durable and resistant to wear and tear that it can be confidently used for flooring. And a spilled glass of red wine, olive oil or beetroot is unlikely to trouble a Caesarstone work surface. Ditto heavy pans, scratchy scourers and ‘creative’ kids.

For more information and technical support visit: www.caesarstone.co.uk

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Contact:

chris_pepper@crlaurence.co.uk

C. R. Laurence of Europe, exclusive distributor of Caesarstone

Kingsway Business Park

Charles Babbage Avenue

Rochdale

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