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To celebrate the launch of our Art of Darkness surfaces, we’re giving away a Fortnum and Mason hamper to three lucky winners. 


F&M hamper

To be in with a chance to win, simply sign up to our newsletter between 1st August and 31st October 2020 to be entered into the draw. 

Win an F&M hamper

Our new series of dark, bold surfaces include four dramatic products debuting in 2020. Embrace the depth and drama that can be created by the Art of Darkness. Explore the new additions to our alluring, shadowy hues...


5101 Empira Black

5101 Empira Black

As a creative interpretation of dark marble., it’s a design beyond time and trend. With all the mystery of dark stone, Empira Black has a dark base composed of rich, deep black; beautified by fine white natural veins. 


5810 Black Tempal

5810 Black Tempal

Black Tempal has a complex composition of mineral-like layers. It captures the qualities of natural stones like travertine and slate. Warm whites expand across the slab, in contrast to its black base.


4735 Oxidian

4735 Oxidian

Oxidian bears the qualities of transformed alloys like bronze, steel and cast-iron and an aesthetic of oxidised rust and weathered patinas. It blends well with other industrial materials like concrete. Its dark grey satin base has true depth, with an unevenly dispersed oxidised russet effect.


This trio joins several other existing inky colours in the Caesarstone collection; 5100 Vanilla Noir, 3100 Jet Black, 4120 Raven and 5003 Piatra Grey.

As described by our Chief Designer, Mor Krisher, “There is a warm intimacy that comes with the dark; a sense of quiet and calm that cossets and cocoons, that creates an atmosphere that encourages us to gather and eat and drink. A different mood descends. Taste, touch, scent and sound,  all elevated. In the dark, our senses come alive.”

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