Tuesday, March 12, 2013

CaesarStone's 5 New Colors....Inspired by Marble!

I'm so excited for CaesarStone's 5 new colors that were recently launched!
All five are inspired by some of our most popular marble colors.  I think they will all be fantastic alternatives to marble if you are scared of the maintenance of using marble in your kitchen.

Emperadoro

London Grey

Frosty Carrina

Piatra Grey

Dreamy Marfil

For photos of finished kitchens using these new quartz colors check out CaesarStone's blog, The Interior Collective.

So, I'm really wanting to know....would you consider using one of these quartz colors in your home?  Or would you prefer the natural stone?

4 comments:

Lindsay Redd said...

Normally I hate when there is a product made to look like a natural product, but I LOVE caesarstone. I definitely would use this in a home. I'm trying to get my mother in law to consider the misty Carrera for her bathrooms. She loves white but not the maintenance. I think it's a perfect solution!

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener said...

I'd use any of them in a heartbeat. Even though I'm a huge fan of white counters (obviously), I think the Piatra Gray is my favorite. I think it has a very soapstone look to it. I also love the Frosty Carrina. I feel like the Dreamy Marfil is looking very creamy yellow and the London Gray is, well, very gray.

And yay ... you're back!

Steph@TheGraniteGurus said...

I'm with you Lindsay...I usually hate when a man-made product is trying to be a natural stone too. They just did such a great job with these!
Have your mother in law look at the Frosty Carrina & the London Grey. One of them may work as well as the Misty Carrera!

@Erin- I love the Piatra Grey too! And thanks, I'm happy to be back!

Barbara said...

Great post! I'm trying to figure this out - we will be building a home soon and I love, love the marble. And, I always prefer the natural products! But, I don't know if I can live with the etching that goes with the marble. I am trying to decide if I want to try the marble, go with a granite or quartzite, or try one of these man-made products. Tough decisions!

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