6 of our favourite kitchens featuring Caesarstone worktops

With over 50 designs of quartz kitchen worktops, Caeserstone 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 quartz worktops… 


1. A sustainable kitchen, The Main Company

With a shift in focus to ensuring more of our lifestyle choices are environmentally friendly, this inspiring kitchen showcases how easy it is to combine stripped back industrial styling with sustainable design. The 4011 Cloudburst Concrete worktop provides a solid foundation for this simplistic, earthy scheme, centred around raw elements. Discover more about The Main Company project and sustainability in kitchen design


2. A traditional kitchen, Sweeney Handcrafted Furniture

This classic design is given a new lease of life with on-trend rose gold finishing touches. Sweeney has embraced the trend for rich, jewel-coloured worktops, drawing from the veins of the 6046 Moorland Fog worktop, offering the perfect example of how the two colours can blend in unison. The kitchen feels traditional yet contemporary, pairing timeless inlay cabinets with thick, substantial worktops and a matching full-height splashback. 

3. Combining design and functionality, George Clarke’s New House, New Home 

This elegant scheme encompasses a timeless neutral colour palette that oozes class, with its sleek lines and minimalistic styling. We particularly love the island complete with a waterfall end that extends and showcases the 5031 Statuario Maximus worktops, as well as the luxurious splashback that boasts practicality for everyday use. 


4. Contemporary styling, Ashley Jay Ltd

The putty tones and earthy wooden highlights of this industrial-inspired kitchen offer a sense of warmth and cosiness, whilst maintaining a light and airy feel from the large window and simple colour palette. Caesarstone’s 4023 Topus Concrete work surface blends seamlessly with the cabinets, which is in part the reason with the success of this minimalist design

4023 Topus Concrete

4023 Topus Concrete


5. Merging classic and contemporary styles, Yeo Design

5031 Statuario Maximus white worktops and regal teal cabinetry evoke remnants of the Victorian era, authentically drawing on the foundations of this period property. All the while, the juxtaposing sintered stone splashback and exposed brick walls blend beautifully to enhance the modern design by drawing on an industrial scheme. Find out more about how this look was achieved by reading our case study

5031 Statuario Maximus

5031 Statuario Maximus

6. Art Deco glamour, John Lewis of Hungerford

This glamourous kitchen encompasses all elements of 1920s decadence, with elegant white cabinets adorned with luxurious marbled 5143 White Attica worktops. The scheme is embellished with opulent features, including brass highlights and plush, blush pink velvet furnishings. Botanical elements are used to soften the design. 

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