Composition of Caesarstone surfaces
Caesarstone surfaces are made of up to 93% natural quartz, along with high-quality pigments and resin.
The benefits of quartz worktops compared to solid natural stone include a much-improved resistance to temperature changes and chemicals, giving it a distinct advantage especially for use in kitchens. It is stable - easier to clean and highly resilient, unlikely to crack, discolour or change in appearance as it ages.
Whilst still offering a high natural component, the quality pigment and resin used in Caesarstone surfaces allows for a myriad of design possibilities. Caesarstone has continually pushed the boundaries, investing in both design and research to reinvent the aesthetic qualities of quartz.
This rich understanding of the subtleties of design is most obvious in the Supernatural Collection of surfaces, which showcase elegant twists on classic marbles or granites, offering the luxury and elegance one expects from a natural stone, yet each with their own signature look that are unique to Caesarstone.
It is this continuing dedication to innovation that ensures every Caesarstone design is distinctive; the product of a long creative journey that results in a surface that acts as a foundation for us to create engaging spaces in our own homes. As Mor Krisher, head of Caesarstone’s design team, puts it, “I think Caesarstone plays a role in creating environments that inspire, that connect us with nature or that provide the tactility that is so important to us as human beings.”