Caesarstone like you’ve never seen it before. Can you believe what you are looking at? I couldn’t. When I first saw this stunning new interior surface I could only think of how utterly beautiful it was. I didn’t know at that point that it had been 150 million years in the making.
Caesarstone® ConcettoTM is the latest, and perhaps most stunning, luxury interior surface of 2015; and it will be hard to beat. These extraordinary surfaces are hand-made from individually cut and bound semi-precious stones. A beautiful blend of nature, technology and art the sophistication and powerful energy of these stones has been harnessed by Caesarstone Concetto.
If you are looking for a luxurious but minimalist interior, the pale tones of these semi-precious stone surfaces will add dynamism without heaviness. Conversely, the stronger tones of green, purple and pink can turn a bench top, splash back, feature wall or even furniture pieces into the ‘Hero Piece’ of the room.
How stunning are these Caesarstone surfaces?
“It is amazing to consider that the semi-precious stones used to make Concetto are sourced from all corners of the Earth and up to one hundred and fifty million years in the making, so Concetto is somewhat akin to owning a special piece of art” says Andrew Dixon, General Manager Marketing for Caesarstone Australia.
And just when you thought these semi-precious stone surfaces couldn’t get any wilder, there’s the option for backlighting. With the development of LED technologies, you’ll find the Concetto range, which comes in six colours, responds beautifully to being back lit. Who knew? Well, Caesarstone for one.
Ideal for kitchen bench tops & splash backs, bathroom vanities and other bathroom surfaces, feature walls and furniture pieces. RRP $POA and $4,000 m2 installed. As my Mother has always said, no-one ever regretted buying quality.
Exclusive to Caesarstone, contact your local showroom for further information and a demonstration of the different back lighting options. Visit their website for more information. Please note, this article was first published on Don’t Call Me Penny in March 8, 2015. It’s been popular in the archives so I’m posting it again.
How utterly amazing are these semi-precious stone surfaces? Price notwithstanding, could you see any of these in your home? Where would you put a surface like this? Would you use it for architectural furniture too?