Caesarstone's new Whitelight Collection offers a clean, natural look

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Caesarstone's new Whitelight Collection offers a clean, natural look

Caesarstone has expanded its offering of high design, high-performance countertops with the addition of the Whitelight Collection. A celebration of nature, the collection features a suite of lighter tones and organic forms that meet our growing desire to bring elements of the outside world into our homes. 

The new designs of the Whitelight Collection showcase the individuality and complexity of natural stone and the ways in which diverse marble motifs have been interpreted to meet this highly desirable aesthetic; a style that communicates luxury, comfort and cleanliness along with a timely connection to our external environment.

Over a decade ago, Caesarstone began introducing more organic looking designs to its surface collection; another first for the company that had pioneered the quartz industry 20 years earlier. These ‘Supernatural’ designs captured the very essence of the outside world, delivering all the subtly and elegance of natural stone without any of the drawbacks. All of this expertise has been called upon to develop the new Whitelight Collection

The Whitelight Collection comprises three brand new designs; 5171 Arabetto, 5112 Aterra Blanca and 5114 Calacatta Maximus. Each of these surfaces embodies Caesarstone’s drive for interpretive designs that reflect not just natural stones but the broader world around us. 

New designs sit alongside timeless Caesarstone classics, such 5031 Stauario Maximus, 5143 White Attica and 4141 Misty Carrara, meaning designers and homeowners can find the perfect light, natural styled Caesarstone surface no matter what kitchen style or price point.

Mor Krisher, Head of Design at Caesarstone

Individually, these surfaces are unique; collectively, they offer an imaginative interpretation of the timeless desire for white marbles, albeit with the heightened technical properties familiar with any Caesarstone quartz product. Each surface is non-porous, scratch resistant, durable, impervious to stains and easy-to-clean, with a 25-year warranty.

“Some things never go out of style, they are timeless, and lighter, whiter natural looking stone surfaces sit perfectly within this category”, says says Jonathan Stanley, VP Marketing for Caesarstone UK & EMEA. 

“Soft white tonal designs and marble motifs remain hugely desirable and our new Whitelight Collection, which launches this Spring, extends our product portfolio in this area, affording huge choice to consumers and designers. Already a very popular style, our increasing need to connect with the outside world and to bring it into our homes means that this look will continue to dominate kitchen design for the foreseeable future.”

5171 Arabetto

A swirling galaxy of dynamic grey stripes and speckles that span across a crisp white surface, capturing a complex composition of minerals in a delicate interlacing of jade and copper that thread throughout this impressive stone. The complex depths of forest green, jade and terracotta hues found in the movement of Arabetto’s veining offer a foundation for a variety of colour schemes, from classical palettes built from neutral shades of white, grey or black, to more daring designs composed of bold colour and material combinations.

5112 Attera Blanca

A misty white base that unravels with the softest strokes of earthy veining, swirling slowly into the stone that radiates a translucent glow, with warm, milky movements. Aterra Blanca, with its warm white base and subtle veining, is the ultimate expression of understated elegance, pairing effortlessly with a myriad of different colours and hues.

5114 Calacatta Maximus

A pure white backdrop animated by bold flashes of a soft mix of warm neutrals, highlighted by golden-copper lines that provide a lavish look. Calacatta Maximus boasts a distinct style, channelling nature’s infinite capacity to create beautiful and mesmerising organic forms. The surface has a pure white backdrop, which is animated by striking broad grey veining that traverses the surface and features delicately highlighted details in copper and gold, representing an authentic reflection of natural mineral deposits found in the earth.

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