Caesarstone has released three new designs for 2018! Let’s explore the latest from this global, innovative company for you to consider for your next renovation…
New. Neutral. Inspired by topological strata, combining mineral formations found in nature with the rugged patinas of industrial materials. Hints of neutral blush undertone echoes the pastels that are impacting the interiors market today.
Topus Concrete is an ideal selection for use with neutral or off-white walls, paired with stained parquet or grey tiles. Cabinets can be made in plain creams and putty hues or juxtaposed with dark timbers and black elements.
Calm. Captivating. Versatile light grey, presenting a richness that minimalism can achieve. Airy textures, enriched by dark grey and white tones, with an authentic rough concrete providing the true feel of concrete.
Airy Concrete is versatile enough to accompany all shades of timber, tiles or slate. Black oiled oak can introduce a very contemporary perspective to flooring. Matte brass fittings will further elevate the benchtop with an element of style, often in brushed or hammered finishes. The trend for gold and pastel accessories in the home adds a fresh accent to this light grey tone.
Bold. Authentic. Characterized by the intriguing patinas of casting and oxidizing, combining the authentic features of rust and concrete. Its beauty reflects the geological decay of stone, weathered by time and nature.
The industrial movement in contemporary interiors has led to a more robust design vocabulary. Tarnished metal, untreated wood and raw concrete are just some of the urban surfaces now penetrating the industry. Pairing well with a concrete floor, it can become sophisticated when softened by taupe tones or oak parquet. Mirrored or chrome fittings will serve as a trend-savvy accent, contrasting with the benchtop’s roughness.
If you would like to find out more about Caesarstone, visit www.caesarstone.com.au Don’t forget we have the entire range of Caesarstone samples in our showroom, pop in and visit us at 8/47 Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba.