The Changing Look Of Quartz | Spotlight on Caesarstone

  • 01 of 09

    Caesarstone - Luxurious And Functional

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    Natural Colors of Caesarstone's Classico Series. Caesarstone

    Caesarstone has been one of my favorite quartz companies ever since quartz was introduced to the market. Not only is quartz super durable, it can be extremely beautiful!

    New technologies have emerged that enable manufacturers of quartz to create more natural looking colors with veins and waves. Caesarstone has some amazing designers who help formulate colors and patterns and have several colors that mimic the natural beauty of stone.

    Caesarstone's color palette is sophisticated, natural and oh...MORE so luxurious.

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  • 02 of 09

    Caesarstone Misty Carrera

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    Misty Carrera. Caesarstone

    Caesarstone's first attempt at mimicking a natural stone was their "Misty Carrera".  

    The introduction of Misty Carrera was so exciting because it was the first of its kind. A quartz color that did not look like pebbles or dots, it resembled marble.

    It was several years until other quartz manufacturers jumped on board and began releasing their own wavy vein patterns resembling marble.

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  • 03 of 09

    Caesarstone Frosty Carrina

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    Frosty Carrina 5141. Caesarstone

    Caesarstone kept working with the white/gray marble look, and a few years ago the "Frosty Carrina" was introduced.  

    It was a dream come true for marble lovers. Frosty Carrina is much truer to real marble patterns, with its subtle veins popping in and out of the surface. A great accompaniment to that classic white or sleek contemporary kitchen. 

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  • 04 of 09

    Caesarstone Calacatta Nuvo

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    The NEW "Calacatta Nuvo". Caesarstone

    Caesarstone has really taken its time with the release of their next marble-like option - "Calacutta Nuvo". This is a color turning heads with its large veins that imitate marble. This is the first quartz product that has large, continuous veins versus smaller, repeating waves or veins.

    This particular color is in a price group of its own. More beautiful equals more expensive. Still comparable with real marble, but with all of the advantages of quartz (no sealing, stain resistant, heat...MORE resistant, scratch resistant), a dream come true for marble lovers not wanting to deal with the maintenance.

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  • 05 of 09

    Caesarstone Piatra Grey

    Caesarstone's Piatra Grey Looks Like Soapstone
    Piatra Grey 5003. Caesarstone

    Caesarstone's "Classico" series is one to be reckoned with!  And "Piatra Grey" is a soapstone look-alike with a punch. This gray with white veining is timeless. This countertop looks fabulous with white kitchen cabinets. It has everything you could want, a cool gray color with subtle white veins.

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  • 06 of 09

    Caesarstone Dreamy Marfil

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    Dreamy Marfil 5220. Caesarstone

    Soft and creamy, and oh so dreamy!  Caesarstone's Dreamy Marfil is a soft, subtle, marble-like color, with inspiration derived from Crema Marfil Marble.  

    This color is so warm it makes you want to curl up with a book, blanket and a cup of tea. And not a worry about staining your surface with coffee rings, this is quartz, with stain resistant properties to help you relax and focus on the important things like a bit of R and R.

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  • 07 of 09

    Caesarstone Emperadoro

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    Emperadoro 5380. Caesarstone

    The Emperadoro has the same pattern as the Piatra Grey. The Emperadoro, however, has a dark chocolate color that is sophisticated and masculine, yet still graceful and elegant.

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  • 08 of 09

    Caesarstone London Grey

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    London Grey 5000. Caesarstone

    London Grey is very similar to the Frosty Carrina, but what makes it different is its translucent surface.  

    This gives the London Grey more depth and sparkle.   It also changes the overall color to gray versus the white of the Frosty Carrina.  Another fabulous color to select for kitchen countertops.

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  • 09 of 09

    Caesarstone = Sophisticated Taste

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    Caesarstone's entire color palette is amazing, and their natural vein series is no different. These natural looking colors are now truer and more exciting than ever.  

    Now get your beautiful kitchen with the (look) of natural stone, without the fuss and maintenance.  

    Designer recommended and homeowner adored, Caesarstone has your color!

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