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4 on-trend kitchen schemes inspired by Caesarstone’s latest designs

4 on-trend kitchen schemes inspired by Caesarstone’s latest designs

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One of my favourite things to do is design kitchen schemes so when Caesarstone released their new Whitelight Collection of quartz surfaces, I couldn’t wait to get concepting! All the new Caesarstone designs are inspired by natural stone, such as marble and granite, in on-trend colours. 

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Serene and soft kitchen scheme

There’s a shift towards earthier colours and textures in interiors and Caesarstone’s new ‘Adamina’ hits this interior design trend on the head. 

Inspired by the golden hues of sandstone and travertine, it has a softly mottled pattern. This pattern fits perfectly into any warm kitchen scheme. 

Use it with darker finishes to create a luxe retreat vibe. You can also pair it with lighter materials to achieve a modern coastal scheme as I’ve done below.

Oak timber picks up on the subtle brown flecks in the quartz, while pops of white in the joinery and tile splashback brighten the space. Other natural elements, such as the wicker pendant light and kitchen décor, finish off the space.

Serene kitchen scheme
Serene and soft kitchen scheme featuring Caesarstone’s new Adamina design

Contemporary luxe kitchen scheme

Dialling up the drama is this dark and moody kitchen scheme inspired by Caesarstone’s ‘Calacatta Maximus’design. Replicating the look of natural marble — but for a fraction of the cost and without the maintenance — it’s a beautiful pattern with soft grey and delicate copper veining.

Working just as well in a light kitchen scheme, I decided on a sophisticated darker palette with black timber veneer joinery, black tapware and sink, architectural track lighting and minimalist accessories.

By using a pared back palette of materials, it allows the complex layering and detail in ‘Calacatta Maximus’ pattern to be the hero of the space.

Contemporary kitchen scheme
Moody kitchen scheme featuring Caesarstone’s Calacatta Maximus

Timeless and elegant kitchen scheme

There’s no denying Hamptons design is taking off in Australia so for my next kitchen scheme, I’m playing to this design style. 

Featuring the ‘Aterra Blanca’ benchtops and splashback, this Caesarstone design captures the beauty of natural marble with subtle veining and strokes. It’s an understated quartz that offers timeless appeal.  

Signature shaker profile doors are given a modern twist with slimline black hardware. And these black accents are repeated in the ornate tapware and lighting.

Earthy décor, such as wicker baskets and unglazed ceramics, complete the design.

Hampton's style kitchen concept
Modern Hamptons kitchen scheme featuring Caesarstone’s Attera Blanca. Lifestyle image in concept via Metricon Homes

Bold kitchen scheme that makes a statement

For those of you who like to go big or go home, this final kitchen scheme is for you! Featuring the boldest of Caesarstone’s latest designs, ‘Arabetto’, it’s a kitchen scheme that doesn’t hold back.

‘Arabetto’ is being called the marble of tomorrow. It has dynamic grey veins interlacing with jade and copper across a crisp, white polished surface. 

Dark blue joinery is the perfect complement to this quartz pattern, and I’ve chosen the hue ‘Kara Sea’. Brushed gold accents pick up on the metallic veining of the stone and add to the luxe factor of this kitchen. 

Bold kitchen scheme
Final of the kitchen schemes is a bold palette featuring Caesarstone’s new Arabetto design

What do you think of Caesarstone’s new Whitelight Collection? Caesarstone’s Whitelight Collection also includes four of their classic designs — Vivid White, Statuatio Maximus, White Attica and Empira White. Browse the full collection on their website or visit your nearest Caesarstone showroom to see these in person.

Tell me, what’s your favourite of these kitchen schemes or how would you use one of these premium quartz surfaces in your design?

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  1. I am interested in the Adamina quartz benchtop. What white would you recomend to go with it? We have oak floor and oak wood detailing. Do you think Benjamon Moore’s simply white would match? Also, there are not many images of this stone online yet, but in one it looked very orange and I didn’t like it at all. Is this your experience with Adamina at all? Thank you.

    • Hi Bianca, ooh good questions. To be honest, I’m not that familiar with the Benjamin Moore paint range. From what I can tell, ‘Simply white’ has a warm undertone which I would say would work well with the Adamina but it’s always a good idea to collect samples and put them in your space to see how they look in your light conditions 😉


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