New Quartz Colors from Caesarstone

With an Eye Towards Nature’s Influence in Design, CaesarStone Adds Shades Like Bedrock, Mulberry Mist, Amazon Green and Pebble to its Extensive Palette of Colors.
From fashion to furnishings, paint to pillows, this year’s color trends are getting in touch with nature. According to Color Marketing Group (CMG), the leading international association of color design professionals, this year’s powerful color trends are driven by concern for the environment. CaesarStone consulted CMG’s findings and analyzed its own data from the international architect and design community to create its 2007 collection of quartz surface colors. Joining CaesarStone’s collection this year are: Sandalwood, Bedrock, Mulberry Mist, Pebble, Amazon Green, Nougat, Espresso and Raven.
“We have a definite advantage when it comes to creating surfaces in the newest color trends,” said Arik Tendler, president of CaesarStone. “We don’t have to depend strictly on nature to create our colors. We can fashion a full rainbow of colors while maintaining the durability and beauty of real stone that people desire for their kitchen countertop and other surfaces.”
CaesarStone’s new colors provide the same combination of beauty and toughness that has become the standard for its quartz surfaces. Resistant to heat, cold, mold, mildew, stains, chips and scratches it is perfect for both residential and commercial applications. The new 2007 colors include:
* Sandalwood – the warm color of mustard
* Bedrock – the brown of the Brazilian hills
* Mulberry Mist – the purple hues of eggplant
* Pebble – sun washed light grey
* Amazon Green – olive green from the rain forest
* Nougat – speckled white
* Raven – a shimmering deep grey
* Espresso – dark brown French roast
Ranging in price from $70 to $120 per square foot with installation, CaesarStone products are available through kitchen and bath showrooms, architects, designers and builders nationwide.
About CaesarStone
In 1987, Israel-based CaesarStone, the original manufacturer of quartz surfaces, began selling its products all over the world, including Israel, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. In 1999, CaesarStone opened its first U.S distributorship, based in Sun Valley, Calif. CaesarStone is now available nationwide and has become a preferred surface of lead designers, architects and homebuilders. Continuing to set new standards, Composed of 93 percent quartz and 7 percent polyresin CaesarStone has also earned the Good Housekeeping Seal from Good Housekeeping Researching Institute, which guarantees a refund or replacement on any product found to be defective within two years from the date of purchase. Additionally, CaesarStone boasts the largest color and finish selection on the market. For more information about CaesarStone and its products, please visit the company’s Web site at or call toll-fee 877-9-QUARTZ.

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