Next year, Caesarstone has plans to introduce six new designs in its Classico collection, including three additional Supernatural designs and two new concrete designs.
8 September 2015
There are still four more months to the new year, but design brands are already unveiling their plans for 2016. Next year, Caesarstone has plans to introduce six new designs in its Classico collection, including three additional Supernatural designs and two new concrete designs.
The Taj Royale Supernatural design exhibits soft textures, delicate veins, rich depths and warm hues against an inspired marble aesthetic. Perfect for spaces that want to have a lighter backdrop with a luxurious edge.
With its mesmerising texture and refined shades, Cosmopolitan White stands out in spaces where you want to make a statement. We love the criss-crossing veins that give the surface its organic look.
The dramatic veining of Symphony Grey showcases the contrast between light and dark delicate tones, exemplified by the rich diagonal lines. We love the opulent look that this can bring to the home.
This new interpretation of natural Statuario marble is called Statuario Nuvo, and like its namesake, it brings refined and impressive dark veins against a white background. The beautiful marble-like surface is a classical beauty that can instantly elevate the look of a home.
With the popularity of industrial-influenced interior design, Fresh Concrete is an on-trend look for homeowners who want to replicate the clean and sleek look of white concrete.
Raw Concrete is a rougher version of Fresh Concrete, with a deeper colour that captures the spirit of the industrial trend. Although it looks coarse and textured, the Caesarstone surface is beautiful to the touch.
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