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With over 50 designs of quartz and porcelain kitchen worktops, Caesarstone continues to push the boundaries of kitchen design, using the finest engineering, design processes, pigments and materials to offer a diverse portfolio of worktops. Taking inspiration from the natural world around us, there’s sure to be a design to suit every style of kitchen.

Here are some of our current favourite kitchens that perfectly showcase the versatility of Caesarstone worktops… 


1. A striking contemporary kitchen in an Edwardian home


When a young family of three living in an imposing double-fronted Edwardian home in Dulwich, South East London, approached Roundhouse Design, they had a clear idea of the kind of kitchen they wanted - a functional and sociable space for cooking and entertaining with a contemporary look and feel.

Caesarstone’s 4011 Cloudburst Concrete worktops were chosen to complement this contemporary, functional kitchen, with the island’s beautiful waterfall edge creating a style statement and highlighting the worktop’s beautiful design.

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2. A garden-facing galley modern kitchen inspired by the outdoors


Home and lifestyle influencer Roxanne and her husband Chris fell in love with their Edwardian London home thanks to its south-facing garden. So much so that it became the inspiration for their new bistro-style galley kitchen by choosing bifold doors framing the garden and a glossy, deep-green tiled splashback. To help bring it all together, they chose Caesarstone’s 5121 Layalite, to bring organic texture to a modern kitchen inspired by the outdoors.

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3. A bright and modern family kitchen by Pluck 


When it came to designing the perfect home, this family was set on creating a bright and comfortable atmosphere that would help them relax and enjoy the Hampshire countryside. The striking kitchen by Pluck was part of the redesign project by architects PAD studio that brought inspiration from the outdoors into the home.

The modern kitchen with its warm coral pink shade, natural wooden features and sleek Caesarstone 6141 Ocean Foam worktops sits perfectly in this home, complementing its rural setting whilst maintaining a contemporary look.

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4. Traditional meets contemporary in this London family kitchen


Fashion and lifestyle content creator, Philippa Bloom has always had a passion for interior design, so when she and her husband, Alex, found their forever home in North London, she immediately fell in love with it and all the possibilities it offered. 

A new kitchen was on top of Philippa’s wish list. Knowing an island wouldn’t fit in the space, Philippa was keen to have enough clear worksurface to make the whole design more practical. Caesarstone 5171 Arabetto provides the perfect addition to the scheme, with its dynamic design and durable properties.

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5. Scandi design meets Japanese craftsmanship with H. Miller Bros


This recent kitchen, handcrafted in H. Miller Bros Liverpool-based workshop, combines traditional Japanese craftsmanship with the sleek, modernity of Scandi-inspired design. It was designed for a client with a passion for Japanese food and architecture, developed during her time living in Saitama, which she wished to see reflected in her new family kitchen.

Caesarstone’s 5143 White Attica worktops were chosen for both the countertops and island surface due to their delicate blue-grey veining. This design complemented the natural, organic beauty of the handcrafted British Elm cabinetry whilst helping achieve the modern Scandi-edge that the clients were looking for.

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6. The Sonata family kitchen designed by Mowlem and Co 


The ‘Sonata’ kitchen, a bespoke project by award-winning kitchen designers, Mowlem & Co, is an expansive composition that features a pair of island units, topped with Caesarstone 6131 Bianco Drift, at its generous heart. The soft, two-tone melody of muted teal and mocha cabinets is combined with pale, polished Caesarstone worktops and a splashback imbued with delicate swirls of light browns and misty greys. These serene colours work together to harmonise the scheme in a way that is both subtle and distinctive.

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Ready to create your dream kitchen?

We hope you now feel fuelled with inspiration to style your dream kitchen. To help you decide on the perfect worktop for your space, request a sample from Caesarstone to visualise it in your home.

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