Caesarstone’s most recent additions to their already extensive catalogue of benchtop finishes have caused quite a stir in the world of kitchen design in Melbourne. Click here to view all their new colours, including the spectacular Statuario Maximus and Calacatta Nuvo. One of my personal favourites is White Attica: a stunning marble-look engineered stone that provides an amazing substitute to the real thing! Today we’ll be taking a better look at the pros and cons of this particular surface. We’d love to hear what you think!
Caesarstone Australia is launching 8 new colours this year, adding to their already diverse collection of quartz based composite stones.
Caesarstone is a type of man-made or composite stone. Its main ingredient is quartz, meaning it is a very hard surface that is highly durable for use in your home. Click here to read more the pros & cons of composite stones. Several of Caesarstone’s products incorporate a marble-look, meaning you can have the look and feel of a marble without the drawbacks of natural stone.
In terms of pricing, Caesarstone colours included in their Supernatural and Supernatural Ultra Collections are quite pricey however, they will be less expensive than most natural marbles and do not require regular maintenance and sealing.
Let’s have a look at the 8 new colours: