Kitchen counters

When designing your kitchen, it is important to pay particular attention to your choice of counters. Ideally, the counters should be durable enough to withstand years of wear and still look their best. Not all surfaces can claim to have these two qualities, but Caesarstone can! Caesarstone’s counters are made from 93% quartz, one of the world’s hardest materials, which makes them incredibly hard-wearing and resilient. And when it comes to design, nothing beats Caesarstone’s incredible selection- from natural looking surfaces to striking bright and bold tops, Caesarstone has countertops that compliment every style and décor.

Caesarstone’s surfaces were created to meet the needs of today’s busy consumers. The countertops are stain-, scratch- and crack- resistant so you can concentrate on enjoying your kitchen, not worrying about it. The surfaces shrug off most household chemicals and won’t be damaged by an accidental spill. They can even handle direct heat up to 150° but you should still use a hot pad when placing hot pots or pans on them. Keeping your Caesarstone surfaces looking their best is simple. All you need to do is wash them with some soap or mild detergent and they will instantly look as good as new. Since the countertops are non-porous, you never have to reseal them, a factor that will save you both time and money. Another advantage of the fact that they are non-porous is that the counters are especially hygienic since mould and mildew can’t penetrate their surface.

Cutting-edge design is what Caesarstone is all about! The Company has been at the forefront for countertop design for over 30 years and its selection is rich in terms of colours, textures and detail. Featured below are a few sample kitchens that use Caesarstone’s kitchen counters.
Concrete is a popular choice for modern kitchens. Concrete has an ultra-modern feel to it and works well in contemporary designs that emphasize clean lines. The kitchen counter below uses Caesarstone’s 4001 Fresh Concrete. The counter is especially long and combines both a work-station with storage and a kitchen table. The kitchen has cabinets with a minimalistic façade – devoid of any handles or ornamentation. The kitchen is almost entirely white with the exception of the floating wooden ornament above the table. The ornament has a lot of movement in it and looks like giant birds flying over kitchen.

4001 fresh concrete - quartz countertops Caesarstone

If you prefer a more traditional style, Caesarstone’s Lagos Blue surface looks outstanding when combined with wooden cabinets. As can be seen below, the Lagos Blue has a brown tone with speckles of black. It has an almost matt copper feel to it and is a warm and inviting shade. The Lagos Blue compliments the metallic fixtures such as the copper tap and stainless steel stove and gas. There are many ornaments throughout the kitchen which give it warmth and detail and add to its traditional feel. For example, the kitchen island has a decorative corbel on its corners and the kitchen cabinets have raised panel doors.

4350 Lagos Blue - quartz countertops Caesarstone

Caesarstone has also created a truly distinct line of surfaces called Concetto which are made from semi-precious stones . The unique surface below was crated using Grey Agate. Its texture blends rich blues, whites and dark browns and the play of crystals provides it with a capitvating appeal. The grey agate can be used on the main counter (as in the kitchen below) or on an island, backspalsh or wall. When used in moderation, the surface adds vitality to the kitchen without being overwhelming.

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