A couple weeks ago, I had the privilege of accompanying Caesarstone to Prince Edward County (PEC) for two wonderful days. If you follow me on Instagram you might have followed along in my stories. During this little getaway, I was able to take in some fresh country air and tour some incredible homes where the homeowner incorporated Caesarstone into their unique design. As well, I got the inside scoop about the new colours Caesarstone was introducing this month!
While touring these homes, not only did I get real world feed back from the homeowners on how much they truly love their choice of Caesarstone, but how versatile Ceasarstone is beyond the countertop.
For those who follow me, you know I’m in the midst of planning a major renovation to our country home. So, this experience really provided me with SO MUCH inspiration.
As I mentioned earlier, Caesarstone has introduced four colours this month, as part of their Metropolitan Collection and Classico Collections. The following are some pictures of a few of the spaces that we saw on the house tour each and some of the new colours. Hopefully, you will be inspired, like I was, to start dreaming the possibilities for your home!
I love it when I learn new things and have fun doing it with a great group of people friends. This experience with Caesarstone ticked off both boxes. Many a thank you goes out to the Caesarstone team for being such gracious hosts. To the homeowners who opened their doors to us, thank you for your warm hospitality.
This was one of my favourite kitchens on the house tour. Caesarstone’s Organic White is gorgeous against the perfect blue and light wood tones.
This House was on the water. It was newly built and absolutely incredible. If you look close, you can see a piece of painters tape marking a future shelf on the back wall. The use of Caesarstone’s Fresh Concrete was the perfect choice.
This is the same waterfront house as above and they used Caesarstone’s Fresh Concrete on their wood burning fireplace as well!! This picture doesn’t do it justice… it was really beautiful!!!
This house used 2 different Caesarstone colours in their kitchen. The use of Statuario Maximus on the back splash was spot on. Caesarstone is stain resistant so it is the perfect material as a back splash. Especially behind a messy cook top.
THE NEW COLOURS
Excava – Residential kitchen with an urban edge • Combines the authentic features of rust and concrete – a first in quartz • Reflects the geological decay of stone, weathered by time & nature • Rough concrete finish which is subtly coarse to the touch • Different layers of earth shades to copper and dark brown • Pair with taupe, chrome, mirrored and terrazzo accents
Flannel Grey – Medium grey that embodies the perfect countertop • A textured tone easily matched with other neutrals • Dark grey accents swirl across the surface with cool notes, giving depth • Accent with turquoise, blue or terracotta hues and gunmetal fittings • Becomes elevated when combined with oak or walnut or urban with slate (picture courtesy of Caesarstone)
Airy Concrete – Provides the true feel of concrete but is easy to maintain • A refined yet authentic rough concrete finish with light grey base • Illustrates the richness that minimalism can achieve • Airy visual textures express depth enriched by dark grey and white areas • Accent with matte brass, gold and pastel accessories this space • Versatile enough to accompany all shades of timber, tiles or slate
Topus Concrete – Ideal for use with neutral or off-white walls or grey tiles • Inspired by topological strata: fossilized textures built up in veiled layers • Combines the mineral formations found in nature with rugged patinas • Gentle hint of warm pink with blush undertone • Accent with terracotta, brushed stainless steel or matte bronze (picture courtesy of Caesarstone)