Experience New Caesarstone Colors in Our Interactive Infographic
Exploring new colors is a fun way to gather inspiration for kitchen design. Caesarstone is excited to offer a way to experience our new designs in a unique interactive infographic. Simply open the infographic, then put your mouse over a color. When you do this, the countertop in the infographic will change. Go ahead and try it out now.
Beautifully Unique Collections
The new colors in the Metropolitan Collection complement each other with shades that are vibrant and neutral as well as colors that are sophisticated and warm. Each of the new colors—Primorida 4043, Excava 4046, Topus Concrete 4023, Airy Concrete 4044, Cloudburst 4011, and Frozen Terra 4601—complement one another, yet are each unique in their own special way. These highly dimensional surfaces and unpolished colors bring texture to the surface and add elegance to any space.
The infographic also lets you get a feel for how the inherently elegant Empira White 5151 will brighten up a room. This new marble-inspired design is part of our Supernatural Collection.
What’s Trending in Kitchens
A recent House Beautiful article featured what’s on trend in kitchens, and many of their picks could be implemented with Caesarstone’s newest colors. Here are some ideas to help you envision your new kitchen.
Marble can be industrial or sophisticated depending on how you pair it. With Frozen Terra 4601, you can get the look. It’s a classic white base with glimmers of black basalt and translucent gray quartz. You’ll get a worldly vibe with the textured finish, which adds another layer of allure. With this neutral, you can use light cabinets with dark hardware for a chic look.
A beachy feel works whether you’re on the water or not. You can capture this look with Airy Concrete 4044 countertops. This calm gray, enriched by whiffs of white and dark gray, almost looks likes waves. It’s an industrial look but softer. Pair this color countertop with cabinets that are blue/green for the ultimate ocean appeal.
Think retro artwork and brass fixture for vintage touches. If you love this idea, then consider Topus Concrete 4023 and its rich shades of buttermilk veil a cream-toned base, creating a multi-layered effect. Topus Concrete’s complexity blurs the boundaries of ancient masterpieces and modern construction. It’s the perfect countertop for a vintage kitchen.
Spanish style kitchens usually spotlight rich woods, and Excava 4046 is the perfect accent with its deep auburns, chestnuts, and coppers. With its excavated look, the color was influenced by the manufacturing patinas of casting and oxidizing. This warm countertop complements a wild or urban aesthetic and pairs beautifully with matte finishes, taupe tones, and mahogany.
Muted Color Palettes
Muted doesn’t mean boring. A kitchen with a neutral palette delivers a calming effect, and you can get it to with Cloudburst Concrete 4011, with its soft swells of pure white over a creamy white base and rich tones and textures throughout. Cloudburst's sophisticated surface offers a tactile effect of a concrete-like feel. The white on white tonal cloud-like patina, with its low-reflective surface, provides design flexibility by lightening up a space and evoking a refined, urban appearance.
As you can see, our new colors are right on trend and ready to add style and refinement to any space. Remember to take a look at our interactive infographic to find the color that speaks to and inspires you!