Caesarstone Takes Over Traditional Home's Instagram
This past week Caesarstone was given a special opportunity to take over Traditional Home's Instagram for two days. We shared beautiful projects from top interior designers in celebration of Traditional Home's April color issue, on newsstands now! Additionally, we celebrated our own new colors for quartz surfacing, like the above marble-inspired Tuscan Dawn!
Above, Niche Interiors shows us how white counters enhance their design: “We created a bright and airy kitchen that blended well with our client's mid-century home. Pure white countertops were the perfect finishing touch!”
Different colored counters in one kitchen? Believe it! Designer Lori Gilder elevates the design and reflects the room’s natural light by using our Blizzard countertops on the island and Lagos Blue around the perimeter of this super luxe kitchen.
(Via Brandon Shigeta)
We love Dan Brunn Architecture’s innovative use of Raven: “A custom-designed, Caesarstone waterfall-edge ‘false’ backsplash serves as an integral shelving unit and provides artistic appeal. The false backsplash features a hidden niche to store a cutting board for easy access and drying ability.” Genius move! The dark countertop is a great contrast to the white kitchen design.
We are blown away by this chef’s grade kitchen by D for Design with Mocha countertops. They chose this color because it “balances the light and dark finishes in the room and easily lends itself to entertaining while exuding a sophisticated, relaxed style.” Durability + style – that’s what we do!
At the start of day 2 of our Traditional Home Instagram Takeover we opened with one of the most beautiful kitchen designs around: “A city kitchen with a rustic feel” by Lindsay Chambers Design. This California home incorporates oil rubbed bronze hardware and light fixtures, as well as Lagos Blue countertops and an Ann Sacks backsplash.
(Via Thomas Kuoh)
Not one, but TWO Caesarstone colors were used in this incredible design. Marc Michaels Interior Design chose Oyster & Mocha countertops along with blue hues to mimic the ocean and sand outside this luxury Florida beach home.
(Via Tessa Neustadt)
If you haven’t yet noticed, we’re a little OBSESSED with white kitchens! Studio McGee shows us how to do it right by choosing dark hardwood floors and Calacatta Nuvo countertops for the perfect mix of depth and color.
We had a blast celebrating color with Traditional Home's Instagram Takeover. We loved sharing some of our favorite designer projects using our stunning quartz surfaces. Follow us on Instagram at @CaeserstoneUS and pick up Traditional Home’s April color issue for more interior inspiration! Finally this photo above shows off our new marble-inspired color, Nobel Grey!