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The Best Surface on the Block

A kitchen or bathroom renovation can add substantial value to your home and are two of the main focal points when selling or buying a new property. As two of the most used rooms in any home, it is important that the right products and materials are chosen that are functional, timeless, stylish and hardwearing to cope with everyday use.

Caesarstone surfaces have been put to the ultimate renovator's test on Channel 9's The Block Sky High, featuring in every apartment including Alisa & Lysandra's kitchen which scored perfect marks from the judges.

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Deadline Design w/ Shaynna Blaze

Box Hill VIC by Freedom Kitchens

Shaynna transformed Jen and Adam's dated Californian Bungalow house to a fresh, Scandi open-living home. The seamless positioning of the kitchen between the dining, living and outdoor patio makes it the heart of the home. With gorgeous, soaring ceilings, crisp white walls, a neutral palette throughout allowing natural timber finishes to shine, add some warmth to the space, amongst all the light and contrast. Having all these elements tied in to the overall Scandi theme, meant the perfect choice of benchtop had to be Caesarstone Raw Concrete for the island and prep area - allowing the space to have the classic industrial look and feel of a Concrete surface, with the high cost and maintenance a natural Concrete surface requires.








A New Life for this Family Home

Brisbane QLD by Corella Construction

Corella Construction was asked to revamp this existing home as it was classed a DCP area (Demolition Control Precinct) - which means the home cannot be demolished if it is built pre-1946. The only alternative is restoring and renovating the home – whilst including modern styling, trimmings and interiors/exteriors whilst retaining that traditional Queensland charm. The transformation of this stunning Queensland home is so drastic; the kitchen has completely evolved, going "out with the old, and in with the new" - featuring back-lit Caesarstone White Quartz on the face of the island, revealing the true beauty of the white crystal quartz’ delicate patterns - radiating serenity and oozing luxury. The team at Corella Construction have breathed new life into this charming family home - open plan living, indoor and outdoor spaces, quality materials, totally unrecognisable to its previous run-down and tired life.

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The Doreen Baker Community Kitchen

Gunnedah Branch of the Country Women’s Association

Caesarstone together with Freedom Kitchen has proudly supported Guy and Jules Sebastian’s family charity by donating surfaces toward a new kitchen for the Gunnedah Branch of the Country Women’s Association (CWA). The CWA Gunnedah Branch boasts 43 proud members ranging in age from 40 to 90 who service a population of almost 8,000 by catering for community groups including the Red Cross, Meals On Wheels and rural workers affected by drought and hardship.








A Transformation to Impress!

St Huberts Island, Central Coast NSW by Vogue Kitchens

This home has breathtaking views on the Central Coast’s Brisbane Water but the kitchen the owners had to sit & enjoy them from was lack lustre and dated. Murray Dell from Vogue Kitchens was briefed to transform this house from its 70s style kitchen to a modern paradise. The results are amazing! Gone is the timber kitchen featuring green laminate benchtops, white and green tiles and the brick wall. From the brand new timber windows and plastering of the walls, to the sleek ‘Snow’ Caesarstone® benchtops and seemless handle-free metallic polyurethane cupboards & drawers, this kitchen is all about paying attention to detail!








An Unrecognisable Transformation!

Kitchen Renovation by Sublime Architectural Interiors

The brief to Multi Award Winning Designer, Kim Duffin from Sublime Architectural Interiors, was to create a space that functioned well and enabled the family to move seamlessly through their day. Kim envisaged a hub to bring this family together and designed a space with the focal point being the island. Caesarstone White Shimmer was chosen to clad the island as this part of the kitchen is where most of the action happens and a material was need that is durability and easy to maintain. It perfectly complements the other contemporary elements featured in the kitchen such as the digitally printed glass door to the credenza and the counter levered dining table. 








A Grand Kitchen for a Celebrity Chef!

Sean Connolly Kitchen by Grand Design Kitchens

For Grand Design Kitchens owner and head designer Javier Rezzonico, it took some big ideas to make the most of a small space for the new kitchen of renowned chef Sean Connolly of Sydney's Star Casino Astral restaurant. Sean wanted a contemporary, airy and practical kitchen with plenty of bench space fit for an award-winning chef who's more accustomed to an industrial scale kitchen. As the focal point of the kitchen, Sean chose Caesarstone Swan Lake for the bench tops from the new Caesarstone Supremo collection.








A More Personal Transformation

Designed by Leanne Martz, Built by Kitchens by Emanuel

What we were hoping to achieve was a beachside classic style kitchen, with a Hampton style , shaker doors, Caesarstone bench tops, Carrera splashback tiles all worked well to create that look. As space was a premium we needed to make use of all areas, so Blum corner drawers were chosen for quality and functionality, as higher than standard overhead cupboards were decided upon for maximum storage. 30mm Caesarstone Classico in Snow created the seamless look by blending nicely with the whisper white cabinetry.








An Unrecognisable Transformation

Caesarstone Urban, Frenchs Forest NSW by Danette Design Services

Danette Design Services completed this amazing transformation for their clients of a single storey dwelling in Frenchs Forest. The brief was to design an open plan living area and refurbish existing bathroom facilities. For this project Danette Design Services specified Caesarstone Classico Urban for the kitchen and island benchtop areas which compliments the bright and light appearance of the space.








Renovating Brisbane's Worst Kitchen

Brisbane Appliance Sales, Interiors by Darren James and Ilve Appliances

When Brisbane Appliance Sales, Interiors by Darren James and Ilve Appliances collaborated to find and renovate Brisbane's worst kitchen they weren't quite expecting to find something as awful as brother and sister duo Christopher and Katherine's home in Ashgrove. Built in 1923, the kitchen was sorely in need of an update. There was no bench space, no drawers and looked practically abandoned which makes the transformation all the more amazing. The rejuvenated kitchen is totally unrecognisable from the original and features stunning Caesarstone Supremo Fair Lady bench tops which have transformed this tired kitchen from poorhouse to penthouse.








Five-Star Hotel at Home

Brisbane, QLD by Sublime Architectural Interiors

One of the owners of this family home in Brisbane’s north, is in charge of the refurbishment of some of Australia’s most luxurious hotels. Their brief to Kim Duffin, Principal Designer for Sublime Architectural Interiors, was to create a space that was chic and stylish, emulating those of a five-star hotel yet in turn be functional to cater to the day to day needs of their family.








Studio Quality Kitchen for a Famous Foodie

Nerida Conway Kitchen by made.

First and foremost, we needed a house that was solid and suitable for a family of five which meant a decent block size in inner city Melbourne. That seemed hard enough but most of all we needed a very special kitchen. When it came to choosing the benchtops, I realised how many features I wanted them to have. They had to look luxurious and stylish, but also be super functional. Given my strict wish list for my benchtops I chose Caesarstone – it was an absolute no-brainer.