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Taking a decade to perfect, Empira White, Caesarstone’s latest interpretation of authentic Calacatta marble, features the purest of white bases overlayed with distinctive dark veining. The result is an intense study of timeless elegance, with this freshest of whites particularly suited to south-facing spaces that may lack in natural light.
Such a pristine white surface is remarkably versatile, working well with other sleek, white materials and stainless steel. Empira White partners perfectly with raw, natural finishes such as timber and rattan, stone, linen and lush green foliage.
Crisp, clean, welcoming and highly functional – all are attributes of Caesarstone’s Frosty Carrina, a beautiful reinterpretation of classic marble featuring a soft, ivory white base overlaid with delicate, powdery grey veins.
Frosty Carrina is your entry to a variety of interior schemes, from modern contemporary to semi-industrial chic. The look is one of elegance and sleek functionality. In many ways it is the perfect neutral, working equally well with rustic, organic materials such as raw timber, ceramics and stone as more industrial materials such as steel, concrete, glass and metallic finishes such as copper, brushed nickel and oil-rubbed bronze.
Near-whites and neutrals form one of the most enduring colour palettes of the modern Australian home, loved for their versatility and ability to meld with natural finishes such as timber, stone, rattan and leather as well as metallics, ceramics and glass.
Georgian Bluffs, a pale grey marble-inspired design with streams of subtle white and grey veins cleverly straddles the divide between industrial and organic.
Pick up on the warm greys of the base and the veins of this surface to steer the space towards the bold lines of an industrial theme – introduce concrete elements, charcoal accessories and burnished metal tapware. A black chandelier can add an unexpected shot of glamour.
And for a more classic, elegant approach take your cue from the lightest greys and white veining of Georgian Bluffs and introduce more white in the form of cabinetry and sheer blinds, plus polished chrome tapware and light fittings.
Airy Concrete, a favourite with architects and designers, achieves a magical mix of soft greys with a darker grey patina, along with the rough texture of concrete.
This beautiful surface can adapt to a variety of architectural styles sitting comfortably next to timber, steel, ceramics and metallic finishes such as brushed nickel, aged bronze and gunmetal.
Concrete, once the domain of brutalist exterior architecture, has transitioned into a favourite finish for interiors. Loved for its textural patina and palette of soft greys it introduces an element of modernity and a visual focal point in an interior.
Cloudburst Concrete is one of Caesarstone’s most charismatic concrete surfaces, featuring a tonal white-on-white patina that is almost cloud-like in its formation. Its rough, matte surface contributes a modern industrial style that partners perfectly with a variety of colour palettes and materials – from timber and stone to stainless steel and wicker.
A beautiful and faithful interpretation of natural Calacatta marble, Caesarstone’s Calacatta Nuvo features an elegant white base beneath a cascade of grey veins, creating a sense of movement and texture. This design exudes luxury and bespoke style – it will be the hero of any space while accommodating a plethora of styles and materials.
For a classic open-plan kitchen pair Calacatta Nuvo with soft grey cabinetry, white subway tiles and polished chrome handles. Choose gunmetal or dark charcoal flooring to pick up on the grey veining.
Or bring a little drama to your design by installing a white-based terrazzo floor – with chips to match the rich, grey-brown hue of Wattyl’s Kanga interior paint. Choose brushed nickel or gunmetal tapware and cabinet hardware as a complement to the terrazzo floor.
Bold beige and vanilla veining overlay the polished, ebony base of Caesarstone Vanilla Noir, creating an intense sense of drama and mood. Vanilla Noir is perfect for an entertainer's kitchen - with a large-scale island bench taking centre stage for your delicious food, friends to gather and convivial interactions.
The surface of Vanilla Noir commands attention. Ideal for larger spaces where the island bench is an architectural statement, and sleek black appliances and luxury materials play starring roles.
Inspired by luxurious, bold granite, Turbine Grey is both versatile and contemporary. Its swirling patina of grey and white veining creates an eye-catching sense of movement and texture.
Turbine Grey's majestic surface sings when paired with sleek stainless steel appliances. The perfect accompaniment to robust materials like concrete, iron, deeply stained parquet flooring and matt black tapware and cabinet hardware. Elevate your design further with strategically placed LED lighting and sculptural decorative elements.
Primordia is a modern take on rough-poured, weathered concrete. The light grey base features soft mineral markings in off-whites and greys combined with veins of deeper grey and brown that reflect the oxidised rusts found in the natural environment. Traces of faint yellow and washed greens add to the textural quality and create a sense of movement within the quartz surface.
Create a very modern take on the farmhouse kitchen by teaming Primordia with raw timber decorative elements and flagstone floor or embrace the pared-back Scandi approach to kitchen design by introducing simple lines in cabinetry and a neutral, polished concrete or timber floor.
Inspired by New York marble, Caesarstone White Attica is the darling of benchtop designs. Its luxurious blue-black veining that flows across a brilliant white base is an inspiring choice – it will work with virtually anything.
Team it with crisp white cabinetry and accessories, blond timber flooring and brass fittings for a modern take on the classic Hamptons style kitchen.
Introduce ocean blues or even navy – in the form of cabinetry, soft furnishings and fabrics - to create a moody coastal style space. Add decorative elements in driftwood or bleached canvas to complete the look.