Caesarstone’s New Dark Collection Brings Bold Statement Looks to Your Home

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Don’t be afraid to embrace the dark side with Caesarstone®’s latest Dark Collection 2020/21. Debuting five standout quartz surface colours, inspiration hails from the authentic characteristics of dark marble and materials in their natural state like dark slate and oxidised metal.

As an antidote to light and sometimes clinical colour palettes, the Dark Collection creates striking yet unexpectedly softer ambiences. Through Natural, its brand-new surface finish, the slightly textured and captivating finish offers a satin sheen and light granular touch to convey warmth, comfort and extra depth to the colours in the range.

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The new Natural finish (left) sports a slightly textured finish and light sheen compared to the classic Polished finish (right) with a high gloss appearance.

Ideal for countertops, splashbacks, tables and walls, these new and exciting surface designs will enrich your interiors with a variety of styles ranging from classic luxury to edgy sophistication.

5101 Empira Black™

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The 5101 Empira Black™ comprises a rich black base with natural fine white veining. It explores the dynamic movement of colour and movement through its organic marble strokes. It comes in both Polished and Natural finishes, with the Polished finish offering a luxurious and opulent experience, while the Natural finish can recreate a relaxed, elegant space without overwhelming its innate essence. This surface combines well with other high-end finishes, such as classic hardware, black lacquered cabinets or dark woods like walnut; bringing sophisticated, timeless classic qualities to any interior.

3101 Piatto Black™

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For a sleek urban home, you can’t go wrong with 3101 Piatto Black™ in Natural finish. Combining an intense dark tone with a lightly textured appearance, this ultra-chic design brings dramatic modernism home. Best of all, the deeper and more intimate shade of black makes a high style and colour contrast against on-trend materials like marble, concrete and woodgrains.

5810 Black Tempal ™

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Capturing the attributes of natural stones like travertine, 5810 Black Tempal™ in Natural finish features a complex composition of light mineral-like layers sweeping across its deep charcoal-toned surface. These evocative details make it the perfect canvas to pair with understated accents like tinted tiles, brushed steel hardware, raw concrete, and handmade ceramics.

4735 Oxidian™

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Bringing artful dimensions through its dark grey base and rust-like effect, 4735 Oxidian™ in Natural finish sports a metallic and characterful appearance. Much like a handsomely oxidised surface, it gels well with other industrial materials like concrete and lumber, and gunmetal or black cabinets with brushed steel or copper hardware.

Visit the Caesarstone® Experience Centre to check out 5101 Empira Black™, 3101 Piatto Black™, 5810 Black Tempal™ and 4735 Oxidian™ in large displays, or head here and request for samples to be mailed to you.

Can’t get enough of Caesarstone®’s Dark Collection 2020/21? Take a closer look below.

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