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Nature, our biggest influencer in interiors

29/04/2024
Caesarstone

Natural. Sustainable. Durable.

It’s the renovation mantra for 2024, recognising nature as our biggest influence in interior design, and underlining the need to choose responsibly produced materials that will last a lifetime.

Porcelain slabs have come to the fore as a prized surface material due, in part, to their ability to faithfully replicate the colour, texture and patina of natural stones such as marble, limestone, granite and slate – without depleting the finite supply of these beautiful mineral deposits formed over millennia.

Caesarstone® Porcelain Lucillia™. Design by Studio Minosa

At Caesarstone we are at the forefront of the Porcelain story with an ever-expanding collection of designs cloning white, beige, grey and black marbles, travertine, quartzite, limestone and even concrete.

Each of our Porcelain surfaces are highly resistant to heat, stains, scratches, and knocks. They are completely UV resistant and carry a lifetime warranty – whether installed inside or out.

And while porcelain has been used for a while in kitchens and bathrooms, it is now being seen in living spaces via coffee and dining table surfaces, fire surrounds and integrated furniture.

Lucillia™ combines the luxury and translucency of marble with the patina of weathered stone, and features a warm white base washed with fine, icy veins that crackle across the entire surface. Further depth is achieved courtesy of subtle caramel accents. 

While Lucillia™ features a Silk finish, other designs in our Porcelain collection sport Honed, Stone or Ultra Rough finishes. Newly introduced In-Sync technology produces seamless design continuity across the slab’s body, surface, and edge, meaning surface edges take on similar hues to that of the surface.

Caesarstone® Porcelain Lucillia™

Our Porcelain surfaces are ethically produced from natural raw ingredients, including clay, feldspar and oxides, under our ‘green waste’ reuse process, whereby up to 20% of its contents are the waste from the first stage of production.

Available in a 12mm profile and some in 20mm profile, with surface dimensions of 1,600 x 3,200mm, these large slabs make the creation of sweeping expanses of joint-free surfaces an aesthetically pleasing reality.