Caesarstone Used in Unusual Ways
While we feature a lot of beautiful kitchen and bath designs here on the Interior Collective, they don’t scratch the surface (pun intended LOL) of what can be created with durable, beautiful Caesarstone quartz surfacing. Take a look at the yacht above. Can you spot the Caesarstone?
(Via Daniel Germani Designs)
The accent on this modern credenza is glittering Sirena by Caesarstone from our Concetto collection of surfaces made of real semi-precious stones. The gold and brown striations of the surfacing contrast with the burls in the rich wood for just enough visual variance to take this design from basic to beyond.
Profondo, a turquoise surface from our Concetto collection, is the stunning centerpiece in this contemporary kitchen design. Though Caesarstone is often used for kitchen islands, this one stands out for its futuristic vibe and unique pattern.
This bar design is also unique in that it can be lifted and dropped according to necessity. It is a work of art from top to bottom, and the Caesarstone surfacing looks unbelievably cool.
(Photo Credit: Thierry Ameller)
Would you believe this is in the interior of a yacht? A 7-meter piece of Puro was used as an accent in the spiral staircase. Truly an ultra-luxe and unique application!
Caesarstone is often used to construct completely custom pieces. Blizzard was used to create this sleek fire pit table.
Okanagan Dream Builders, the subject of a recent Designer Spotlight, used a combination of Blizzard and Jet Black to construct a custom poolside bar, fire pit and planter. We also love the Yin Yang inlay on the patio.
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