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21st April 2017
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Caesarstone had a large stand and with lots of fabulous products on display it was easy to see why. Business Development Manager Chris Pepper talked us through the new Supremo Collection before being persuaded to have his picture taken at the desk cleverly made from the beautiful Supremo 'Queen of Hearts'. With its translucent pink and white patterns, it is delicate, yet intense - and really unusual.
"Distinctly different from any other quartz surface on the market, each slab is a one-of-a-kind creation and comes in its own unique flow of colour and pattern," explained Chris. "There is a range of six spectacular colours, some of which are translucent and can be backlit for creating a soft, atmospheric effect."
Those colours are Fair Lady - and elegant and contemporary white; dramatic Black Knight, which has a similar white pattern through it as Queen of Hearts has; the slightly mottled and dark Queen of Sheba; the sophisticated, metallic grey Shining Armor, and the tranquil, ,white patterned Swan Lake.
But the collection doesn't just look good... Supremo requires minimal maintenance too. The collection is heat, stain and scratch-resistant, in full compliance with CaesarStone's quality and environmental global standards.
Chris told us that there had been a lot of interest in the range and that visitors were also keen to see the new colours in the Classico range - a beautiful engineered quartz stone which comprises approximately 93% natural quartz and is ideal for virtually any interior surface from kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities and stairs, to wall panelling and interior furniture.
Also attracting the crowds was a 13mm version of Caesarstone, which is 56% lighter in weight than the normal 30mm version. This is available in seven colours: Dusty Stones, Black Rocks, Buttermilk, Organic White, Oyster, Mink and Blizzard. Looking at the brochure I couldn't actually see Blizzard and thought someone had forgotten to put it on; then I remembered ski-ing in 'white-out' (blizzard conditions) and realised just how clever these names were!
30th March 2012