Symphony Grey™ presents an orchestra of delicate dark grey tones across a mid-grey base. Its harmonious blend works in harmony with the textured depth of its diagonal lines and veining.
A modern interpretation of natural marble, Symphony Grey™ is ideal for both traditional and contemporary interior designs. Its shades of light and darkness sweep across the silvery surface to reveal creative opportunities for your broader colour palette.
View Symphony Grey™
To appreciate the movement and design potential of Symphony Grey™, we encourage you to view the design first-hand at your nearest Caesarstone or Kitchen Retail Showroom.
Durable & Timeless Benefits
Incredibly impenetrable, dense, and resilient for long-lasting quality.
Harder, stronger, and safer than marble, granite, and other natural stones.
Easy to Clean
Simple care with just soap and water, no need for sealing, and essentially effortless to maintain.
Nonporous, hosts no bacteria, mold, or mildew, remains safe and sanitary for ultimate cleanliness.
An impenetrable surface that is highly nonporous and nonabsorbent.
Caesarstone quartz is heat resistant, but using a trivet is required for very high temperatures.
Impressive scratch-resistance strength, not susceptible to scrapes or scuffs.
Caesarstone uses up to 90% natural quartz minerals offering a 10 year limited warranty.
Ease of Installation
Easy to template, install and customize by professionals.
Certified for its durability and low maintenance.
Perfect Pairings for Symphony Grey™
Together with the colour experts at Wattyl and polytec, we recommend pairing Symphony Grey™ with polytec Strata Grey Matt cabinetry and Wattyl Southwards paint for a contemporary kitchen design.
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Symphony Grey™ incorporates veining, which can create slight natural variations between multiple slabs. To enhance the design outcomes, always discuss the stone's design flow with your stonemason before cutting.
We recommend the mitred apron edge profile for benchtops greater than 20mm in thickness to achieve the best surface-to-edge pattern continuity. Edge profiles should have a minimum 3-4mm radius to reduce chipping risk and increase safety. A 6mm radius helps enhance surface durability.
Bring Your Ideas To Life
Surface Care and Maintenance for Symphony Grey™
Caesarstone® polished surfaces require very little maintenance to keep them looking like new. We recommend wiping the surface with warm soapy water for routine cleaning, using a mild detergent and a clean damp cloth. Alternatively, you can use our specially formulated Caesarstone® Spray Cleaner.
View our Care & Maintenance page for cleaning advice.