Caesarstone has launched the release of 3 brand new colours to their New Zealand range:
I am always excited about new colour releases especially with a big brand like Caesarstone. They have the top designers, researches and colour technicians creating and selecting the perfect colours and patterns for the current kitchen.
The introduction of Statuario Nuvo™ boasting its marble look was no ‘chin on the floor’ surprise. The marble pattern in engineered stone is not a new idea to the stone market. Almost all leading engineered stone suppliers are introducing marble colours to their colour palette.
What is difficult to replicate with man-made stone (engineered stone) is the natural marble look.
Mother Nature has a real knack of being totally unique with her patterns, colours and designs and we spend an incredible amount of time and money trying to replicate her look.
From a person who is immersed in stone I must say that Caesarstone has done a remarkable job in achieving the natural ‘marble look’ with Statutaria Nuvo™. The slabs do look stunningly elegant and natural. We look forward to starting fabrication of these colours and seeing it give our customers kitchens that high-end, luxurious look that marble does – without even trying.
There is a strong trend towards the ‘industrial look’ in kitchens with lighting, floors, handles and most importantly the kitchen benchtop. Customer’s tastes are shifting away from the large, busy quartz chips to the smaller, finer more subtle chips and are defiantly seeking that concrete look for their benchtop.
I do believe that these two colours are going to be the vogue of engineered stone and I can’t wait to get some photos and interviews of customers in their industrial style kitchens showing off these stunningly unique, simple colours. So, make sure you follow our new New Zealand houzz page to see the latest.
All said and done the Caesarstone Launch was good fun and I was even able to get a quick impromptu interview at the end of the evening with Shane Hoffman. The bigwig for Caesarstone in Australia and New Zealand. Take a look.
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