Caesarstone brings triple threat to Interior Design Show
January 20, 2023
Caesarstone, considered one of world’s largest suppliers of solid-surface kitchen countertops, has unveiled a triple threat of multi-materials at design shows this winter.
Showcasing soon at the Interior Design Show (IDS) in Toronto, the company has added porcelain and natural stone to its quartz surface materials.
Toronto’s IDS is held January 19-22, 2023 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
The new porcelain range captures the visual qualities of different material types—from natural marble to the industrial aspects of concrete and metal in 22 different designs. The material can easily withstand stains and scratches and is “extremely” heat resistant, the company claims.
Caesarstone porcelain offers the same non-porous hygienic health and easy maintenance benefits as the company’s quartz offerings.
The natural stone surface material may be harder to get and more expensive. Caesarstone notes that it will be of “high quality” and available in “select markets around the country.” Stock will vary in different locations as the stone will include “some of the world’s most beautiful and exotic marbles, granites, and quartzites.”
“This is a pivotal moment for Caesarstone,” said Ken Williams, president and CEO of Caesarstone The Americas. Williams explained the IDS display centre will showcase all new materials.
The Caesarstone IDS installation is designed by California-based Brian Brown studio.