With the release of Primordia™, Caesarstone is looking to celebrate the trend for rustic-looking surfaces that reflect our natural environment.

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Embrace the imperfect, celebrate the patina, and echo the industrial look with Caesarstone’s newest colour - Primordia™.

Every kitchen, every benchtop, tells a story, and this release is inspired by the trend away from sleek minimalism to a deeper appreciation of natural materials and rustic surfaces.

Primordia™ celebrates its unique imperfections – a theme common to each colour in Caesarstone’s Metropolitan Collection. Its cool grey composition brings the character of concrete, evoking a contemporary feel that still reflects a sense of authenticity.

An organic appearance reflects alluvial layers in stone created over millennia. Combining these natural aspects with a rough finish and the beauty of patina and texture, Primordia™ reinvents the kitchen as a contemporary cooking space.

 

Caesarstone Primordia

 

Soft mineral splotches in off-whites and greys provide contrast to the light grey base, combined with darker veils of grey and brown to reflect the oxidised rusts found in nature. Additional traces of faint yellow and washed green, give the surface more body completing this authentic effect.

 

“The organic appearance reflects alluvial layers in stone that are created over millennia.”

 

It’s the perfect complement to black steel-framed doors, exposed brick walls and even polished concrete flooring – all part of the warehouse or industrial look now very much in favour. It is also a great match with freestanding commercial-style stainless steel stoves and cookers, especially when used as a showstopping splashback.

For a kitchen island, Primordia's neutral palette will blend with other materials such as concrete and dark oak flooring. In loft or warehouse-style spaces, the surface is ideal for elements such as corrugated steel, compressed grey felt, or industrial hardware in brushed or stainless metal.

The rich terracotta tones of the rusted elements in Primordia™ also reflect the move to warmer tones in interiors, with coppers, chocolate leathers and exposed bricks all working well with the new surface.

 

“The rich terracotta tones of the rusted elements reflect the move to warmer tones in interiors, with coppers, chocolate leathers and exposed bricks.”

 

In keeping with all Caesarstone colours, Primordia™ is tough too.
Stain, scratch and heat resistant, it’s incredibly resilient – it only needs a wipe over to maintain its beauty.

 

Caesarstone Primordia

 

Designing with Primordia™

 

Primordia’s complex composition means that it is incredibly versatile because it will highlight different colours to complement a variety of materials and accessories.

For kitchens, luxurious metals – think brushed brass tapware or copper door handles – will pick up the rust-like elements in Primordia™ to create layers of interest and texture. Joinery using Polytec’s Prime Oak and Oyster White finishes are perfect partners with Primordia™. 
 

 

For bathrooms, dark timber-style floor tiles work well, along with burnished black industrial-style tapware or a palette of charcoal joinery and concrete-style tiles to create an elegant, yet contemporary aesthetic. Steel-framed shower screens would complete either look.

 

“The rich terracotta tones of the rusted elements reflect the move to warmer tones in interiors, with coppers, chocolate leathers and exposed bricks.”Featuring -

 

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Featuring Primordia

 

 
 

 

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