Take a look at the Caesarstone Whitelight Collection

Caesarstone has captured the excitement of today’s kitchen — an ever-evolving space with an inspiring mix of refined materials and kaleidoscope of colour — with the creation of its latest collection of light natural colours called the Whitelight Collection.



Whitelight comprises eight surfaces — four previous best-sellers plus four new creations — that together provide the perfect contrast to the finishes and colours currently in vogue for kitchens, butler’s pantries and dining spaces. New to the range are Aterra Blanca™, Arabetto™, Adamina™ and Calacatta Maximus™, while Vivid White™, Statuario Maximus™, White Attica™ and Empira White™ have proven to be perennial favourites in bathrooms and living spaces as well as kitchens.

Aterra Blanca™ is particularly understated, with its quietly elegant misty white quartz surface and delicate tracery of earthy veins.

Arabetto™, with its vibrant energetic pattern of dark grey, jade and copper veining across the entirety of its polished pure-white surface, imparts a sense of bold character to any space.

Adamina™, inspired by natural sandstone, is a serene, soft blend of three shades of sand.

Empira White™, a sophisticated marble-inspired quartz surface, features a pure-white base overlaid with deep, almost black veins in random sweeps to create a dramatic interplay between light and dark.

White Attica™ is all about bold simplicity, exuberance and character with its brilliant white base overlaid with rich blue-black veins.

Statuario Maximus™ is an everyday masterpiece, a mesmerising interplay of broad, warm veining and delicate traceries in a palette of greys on a soft-white base. Statuario Maximus™ is always the hero in whatever context it is used and works beautifully with a broad range of architectural styles and colour palettes.

Calacatta Maximus™ has quickly achieved cult status for those wanting to create a statement piece of furniture in terms of island bench and splashbacks. Its prominent veining, using oversized markings in soft greys and delicate copper, is enhanced by a pure-white base.

The Caesarstone Whitelight Collection is a man-made material crafted to create long-lasting design integrity and functionality. Made in Israel, all aspects of its creation have a focus on energy reduction, recyclability, durability and a commitment to the reduction of carbon emissions.

Caesarstone sustainable quartz surfaces never require sealing and are chip, stain, scratch and heat resistant.

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