At 3,050 mm x 1,440 mm, Caesarstone slab sizes are generously proportioned to suit most residential and commercial applications - but unfortunately there's no such thing as a 'one-size-fits-all' benchtop surface.

This means that in most cases there will be some left over Caesarstone material after your surfaces have been installed which your stonemason would be more than happy to help you utilise.

We've put together a list of 6 simple and effective ways to utilise every last bit of your Caesarstone slab in your home.

1. Custom Table Tops

Caesarstone surfaces are ideal to use as tops for dining, coffee and side tables in your home. Either freshen up an existing table with a custom Caesarstone top or make your own bespoke design. 

Square, circular and rectangular tops are all possible, just make sure the Caesarstone top is secured properly to the base and that it is adequately able to support the weight of the stone.

Calacatta Nuvo Coffee Table by URBI

2. Serving Trays

Even if you've used up every last inch of your Caesarstone surface - chances are you might still have a sink cutout which is the perfect size for a custom made serving tray or cheese board.

Just have your stonemason cut it to the shape you'd like and finish the edges - a few non-slip pads on the underside of the board are also a good idea!

3. Laundry Benchtop

The laundry is often the forgotten space in the home when it comes to interior design, but usually it's possible to have enough stone left from a kitchen or bathroom installation for a small benchtop in the laundry.

Matching the surfaces in your kitchen and laundry is a great way to add a touch of luxury that is sure to impress guests and potential buyers alike.

Scott Salisbury Homes

4. Shelving

Often only a narrow piece of Caesarstone is all that's left one your new kitchen surfaces are installed, but there pieces are still ideal to use as custom shelving around the home. 

Attach the Caesarstone shelf directly to the wall with a bracket or laminate it onto another surface such as timber for a distinctive look.

5. Window Sills

Another way to utilise narrow offcuts of Caesarstone is as a window sill which adds a subtle hint of distinction which is suitable for both modern and traditional residences. 

6. Kickboards

An often overlooked detail in the kitchen are the kickboards which are commonly finished in the same material as the cupboard door or brushed aluminium. 

Add another level of detail to your kitchen by utilising strips of Caesarstone offcuts from your benchtop as kickboards for a more cohesive and high-end look.