The Best of Caesarstone’s Blizzard in the Kitchen

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Design: Biscuit Lofts Los Angeles, Image: Caesarstone

If you’ve been following along on my articles over the past year and a half, you will have noticed my frequent proclamation that white is the color for today’s kitchen. And this is coming from a girl who loves excessive patterns and colors! To me, nothing feels more refreshing and hygienic than white details with the cupboards and countertops. It’s like it’s begging for food to be placed on it. Plus, I find that white acts as a beautiful canvas for the food, especially if you’re into presenting the food to guests. Caesarstone has one of my favorite shades of white for countertops: Blizzard. It’s not stark and has a touch of warmness to it (despite the name) that evades throughout the space. Here are some of my favorite kitchens that use Caesarstone’s Blizzard.

The Best of Caesarstone’s Blizzard in the Kitchen

Image: Caesarstone

This kitchen feels fresh because of the Blizzard countertops and light grey cupboards. Plus, the shiny texture of the Caesarstone adds to the modern feel of the kitchen.

The Best of Caesarstone’s Blizzard in the Kitchen

Image: Caesarstone

Though this kitchen isn’t entirely white, the Blizzard countertops create the feeling of a polished and put-together place to prepare meals.

The Best of Caesarstone’s Blizzard in the Kitchen

Design: Dennis Gibbens Architects, Image: Caesarstone

The waterfall countertop is one of my favorite looks in a modern kitchen. Caesarstone works so well in this environment because of the linear quality it creates. I love the Blizzard contrasted with the dark of the walls.

The Best of Caesarstone’s Blizzard in the Kitchen

Design: Vasi Ypsilantis, Image: HGTV

The beautiful Blizzard here once again becomes a great canvas for food making.

The Best of Caesarstone’s Blizzard in the Kitchen

Images: (1) Croma Design Inc. on Houzz,  (2) Kitchen Worktops Plus,  (3) Toluca Granite, (4) MyPhillyKind

  1. The white Blizzard countertops contrast nicely with the more rustic and industrial elements in this kitchen.
  2. This waterfall countertop in Blizzard feels so minimal and clean, it’s perfect for those who want a contemporary feel.
  3. This inventive kitchen system plays with texture and color, with the darkness of the wood table puzzled together with Caesarstone’s blizzard countertop. I love the elevations.
  4. This more playful kitchen works well with pops of yellow throughout.

What are your preferred kitchen colors? Spill it!

Check out more design projects using Blizzard on Caesarstone's Pinterest board below.

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Brittany Watson Jepsen is an American designer and crafter who just returned to America after 2 1/2 years in wonderful Copenhagen, Denmark. Her motto is "a creative mess is better than tidy idleness" and she lives each day accordingly. During graduate school for interior design she spent one summer working for designers Jonathan Adler and Celerie Kemble and another summer studying textile design at the Danish Design School. She created her blog, The House That Lars Built, as a way to keep her designing and crafting. She currently runs her blog and her etsy shop, where she sells her home accessories and paper flowers.