8/04/2019

An in-depth look at some of the quartz worktop colours to choose from

Trying to pick just one worktop colour from an extensive range can be a challenge. With so many styles, textures, qualities and unique details on offer, it’s more than likely you’ll find several different shades that are the perfect fit for your home. Whether you already have a colour in mind, or you’ve just begun your search and don’t even know where to begin, we’re here to give you an in-depth look at some of our most popular quartz worktop colours...

4011 Cloudburst Concrete, Metropolitan Collection

4011 Cloudburst Concrete

Cloudburst Concrete is a fresh white colour with a matte finish and full, robust texture. Having been showcased at the Milan Design Week 2018, Cloudburst Concrete sparked a lot of interest and attention and has since been used by many interior designers, including Jordan and Russell, founders of 2LG Studio and Metro Newspaper's Design Doctors columnists.

This unique and elegant interpretation of poured concrete makes for a timeless and sophisticated addition to your home. Cloudburst Concrete is part of Caesarstone’s Metropolitan Collection, an industrial inspired collection designed to reflect the authentic textures of raw manufacturing. Rough and unpolished, yet soft and sleek in texture, Cloudburst Concrete makes a stunning addition to a modern kitchen.

 

4011 Cloudburst Concrete

5100 Vanilla Noir, Supernatural Collection

5100 Vanilla Noir

Vanilla Noir mirrors the uniqueness and complexity of black marble, while offering the quality and durability of quartz. This dramatic dark colour, with intricate white veining, is a popular choice for homeowners looking to create a classic kitchen theme with an elegant, timeless appeal. But Vanilla Noir is as versatile as any, and can create a stylish, seamless aesthetic in a variety of kitchen styles. Finished with a sleek polished surface, Vanilla Noir requires little maintenance and so is a more convenient, simpler way to achieve a modern, sophisticated look. 

 

5100 Vanilla Noir

5111 Statuario Nuvo, Ultranatural Collection

5111 Statuario Nuvo

There’s nothing that says timeless quite like neutral, high-gloss kitchen worktops. Statuario Nuvo has elegance and charm with the luxe look of marble that will not only bring your home up-to-date but continue to keep it looking modern for years to come. For classic kitchen styles, pair your Statuario Nuvo quartz with painted kitchen cabinets and accessorise with coordinating textiles. Colours that work great with Statuario Nuvo are greys, blues and soft greens.

This subtle monochrome contrast creates a sleek, seamless appearance. For more of a contemporary look, pair with open shelving and copper, glass or stainless steel kitchen accessories. Choose big, bold appliances like an American-style fridge freezer and a sleek, high-tech coffee machine. For contemporary lighting, go for enamelled pendants set in a row over your dining table or kitchen island to help create a glossy, modern aesthetic.

5111 Statuario Nuvo

4046 Excava, Metropolitan Collection

4046 Excava

Excava is a perfect example of how diverse quartz can be, pulling together concepts of concrete and rust to create a truly individual aesthetic, exemplified by the industrial movement across interior design. Base colours of muted creams and off-whites are vividly offset by very subtle hints of burnt orange and dark brown patina, creating the overall effect of weathered, oxidised metal. The rough concrete finish adds to the authenticity, beautifully reflecting the natural decay of stone yet becoming its own creation found nowhere else in nature. Excava is a strikingly unique design that will make a bold statement in any kitchen, sure to be a conversation-starter at every dinner party.

4046 Excava

 

The worktop is just one aspect of your kitchen colour scheme. For more ideas on everything from colour psychology to the perfect palette, download An Insider Guide to Kitchen Colour now. 

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