Caesarstone Countertops Guide
Caesarstone countertops are currently the most popular quartz countertops in the U.S. In fact, when you say quartz, you probably mean Caesarstone. Quartz countertop stone lately became almost synonymous with the brand name Caesarstone. Caesarstone quartz is widely used for many applications in homes – in bathrooms, kitchens, countertops, floors, vanities, shower surrounds, walls, island tops, fireplace surrounds, and tabletops. However, the most popular use of Caesarstone countertops is in kitchens.
We present you with the most popular Caesarstone countertops and colors that we carry at our Caesarstone showroom. Home Art Tile Kitchen & Bath will help you choose the right color for your home, give you Caesarstone samples that you can take home and try in your kitchen, and give you the lowest possible Caesarstone cost in Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. Continue reading to find best Caesarstone quartz.
Caesarstone Countertops Selection
- What is Caesarstone
- Why Choose Caesarstone Countertops
- Caesarstone Colors
- Caesarstone Countertops Classico Collection
- Caesarstone Colors from Supernatural Collection
- Caesarstone Countertops Colors from Metropolitan Collection
- Caesarstone Countertops Colors from Concetto Collection
- Caesarstone Cost
- Caesarstone vs Granite
- Find the Best Caesarstone Countertops in New York
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Caesarstone is the brand name of a quartz-based product.
Is Caesarstone the same as quartz?
Caesarstone is basically an engineered stone, a composite material made of crushed stone bound by an adhesive such as polymer resin or cement mix. Caesarstone is quartz, but it’s not the only brand name of quartz countertops on the market. There are other brands of quartz countertops, too. However, people love Caesarstone because of its superior quality, ease of maintenance, durability, and endless design options. So you will often hear them using Caesarstone as a synonym for quartz.
Caesarstone quartz surface or just quartz is commonly used for kitchen countertops. Caesarstone countertops are factory made in slabs or blocks. When you choose a slab, a fabricator will cut it to dimensions you gave and polish it. Also, a fabricator will assemble it at the work site.
The brand name Caesarstone belongs to the company Caesarstone Ltd. that started with work in 1987. Its headquarters are located in Kibbutz Sdot Yam in Israel, while its production facilities are in Israel and the USA. Approximately 50 countries around the world sell Caesarstone countertops through a network of numerous distributors to both business and private sectors. Caesarstone quartz surfaces are installed in millions of commercial spaces around the world, such as stores, offices, restaurants, and hotels. Millions of homeowners also consider Caesarstone countertops as their favorite countertop material, especially in the kitchen.
Caesarstone countertops are beautiful. They are man made to resemble natural stone such as marble, granite, soapstone, and concrete, only without any faults. Caesarstone quartz surfaces are literally flawless, featuring impeccable colors, swirls, flecks, hues, and finishes. Caesarstone quartz countertops colors will take your breath away.
However, Caesarstone quartz is not only beautiful. It is also exceptionally durable. It contains quartz, one of nature’s hardest minerals. Caesarstone quartz contains up to 93% natural quartz.
Can you imagine how hard these countertops are?
They are very hard and highly resistant to stains, scratches, and cracks. Caesarstone countertops are also non-porous which reduces bacterial growth.
Do you know how thick is Caesarstone?
There are many Caesarstone thickness options, from Original Caesarstone Slabs: 1.3 cm, 2 cm, 3 cm to Jumbo Caesarstone Slabs: 2 cm and 3 cm.
Choose Caesarstone countertops because they offer:
- Superior Durability
- Exceptional Resistance to stains, cracks, scratches, acids, mold, solvents
- Ease of Maintenance and Care
- Ease of Installation
Caesarstone Countertops Durability
More durable than any natural stone countertops, Caesarstone quartz countertop material is highly heat and cold resistant. It is also impervious to cracks, scratches, and stains.
Perfect for everyday use in a kitchen, these countertops will withstand any challenges that preparing and cooking can put before you. Even those commercial and residential spaces that receive the highest exposure to liquids and extreme temperatures, as well as the highest traffic, will see the most benefit from Caesarstone quartz surfaces.
Caesarstone quartz excels in various durability tests like impact test, flexural strength, water absorption by weight, freezing compressive strength, and compressive strength.
Caesarstone countertops will last you a lifetime. There is even a guarantee for this! Both commercial and residential spaces will receive Caesarstone quality and durability guarantee. Residential projects that use Caesarstone countertops will receive the lifetime warranty while commercial projects will receive the 10-year warranty.
Caesarstone Countertops Maintenance and Care
Caesarstone countertops are the reward you deserve! Once you choose the Caesarstone color you like the most, you will be happy to know that you can keep it for the rest of your life and that it will look the same always.
But their impeccable looks is not the only reward!
Caesarstone countertops are so easy to maintain and take care of! You won’t need to use any sealant or wax, ever. This low maintenance work surface needs only simple cleaning with a regular detergent and water. When you clean it, just use a soft cotton cloth. If you need to, use non-abrasive regular household cleaners such as Soft Scrub Liquid Gel with Bleach, or Comet Soft Cleanser Cream. Apply them directly on a damp cloth or sponge and wipe the surface. Make sure to rinse thoroughly after cleaning.
if you need to remove gum or nail polish, scrape away the material with a plastic putty knife. Then simply clean the quartz surface using a damp cloth to remove any marks or any residual dirt.
Caesarstone Countertops Installation
Caesarstone countertops are made of quality material that can be easily cut in various sizes. Highly adaptable, Caesarstone slab size can fit into any commercial or residential space.
Caesarstone standard sizes surfaces will fit your needs.
Dimensions: 56½” x 120”
Thickness: Select 2 cm or 3 cm
Dimensions: 64½” x 131½”
Thickness: Select 2 cm or 3 cm
Home Art Tile Kitchen & Bath Caesarstone dealer will work with you to customize your slabs of choice and fabricate them just the way you want them. We also offer free 3D design so you can see your Caesarstone countertop in real space. Don’t just imagine how it will look like. Take home with you Caesarstone samples and check what Caesarstone color fits best with the rest of your interior.
Contact us today for a free Caesarstone installation advice and estimate in Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn NY. For any installation we take on, we consult Caesarstone installation guide.
Caesarstone philosophy created colors for both life and beauty. Why? Because the two are inseparable. With Caesarstone, you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other. In fact, when you choose Caesarstone for your kitchen update project, you don’t have to sacrifice anything.
Whether you are a young couple with their kitchen update plan all figured out or someone who is trying to find the countertop color that will go best with the rest of their home, you will find something for you among many Caesarstone colors options.
From the purest whites to neutral grays, warm beiges and unwavering blacks, Caesarstone colors give the most beautiful patterns on countertops. If you like the look of natural stone like granite or marble, but insist on functionality and practicality of Caesarstone quartz surfaces, there are the right Caesarstone colors for you, too. Whether your heart is set on cutting-edge gray Caesarstone countertops or you are determined to design a unique black Caesarstone kitchen, you will find inspiration among the most popular quartz countertop colors here.
These are the Caesarstone Colors Collections which include some of the most popular Caesarstone colors:
Caesarstone Marble Look Quartz
To offer a timeless look of natural stones like granite and marble, Caesarstone created Supernatural series of marble look quartz options. These incredible looking quartz countertops give the authentic appearance of marble while providing superior durability, resilience, and ease of maintenance. Unlike marble and granite countertops, you will never have to seal or worry about these Caesarstone marble look quartz options.
White Attica presents a combination of frequent, mild and dark gray veining across clean white countertop base. If you like busy patterns, choose this marble looking quartz that successfully blends beauty, style, and strength.
Statuario Maximus features bold, dynamic and thick veins across soft white countertop base. Delicate background veining adds to the splendor and luxury of this Caesarstone marble look quartz.
Calacatta Nuvo is often compared to a musical symphony. Its cascading veins remind of notes that create a one-of-a-kind experience inspired by real Italian Calacatta marble stone. Opaque creamy countertop base gives the balance this symphony needs to deliver the look you need in your home.
Statuario Nuvo Caesarstone marble look quartz is inspired by Statuario marble. It features a creamy countertop base and delicate dark veining that adds richness and depth to this unique look. Opulent, luxurious, and dazzling, it illuminates any kitchen.
Continue browsing to see examples of the best Caesarstone colors.
Caesarstone Classico Collection features 25 colors. They range from classic whites, grays, and browns, to interesting natural stone-like surfaces. Salt-and-pepper motifs and vivid color blends are ideal and a safe choice for any residential or commercial project.
They have the fluidity and appearance of a natural stone and they are easy to combine with any interior or decor. Regardless of their color, Caesarstone countertops from Classico Collection are neutral enough to bring out the best of your kitchen, bathroom, or any other room decor.
Caesarstone colors from Classico Collection: Flannel Gray, Intense White, Atlantic Salt, Blizzard, Caldera, Cascata, Clamshell, Concrete, Eggshell, Ginger, Haze, Himalayan Moon, Jet Black, Lagos Blue, Linen, Nougat, Ocean Foam, Organic White, Pebble, Pure White, Quartz Reflections, Raven, Shitake, Snowy Cliffs, and Wild Rice.
Browse Caesarstone colors from Classico Collection and find those that you like best.
Caesarstone countertops and Caesarstone colors from Supernatural Collection
combines the superb performance of Caesarstone quartz material with the natural stone beauty.
Caesarstone colors and Supernatural designs feature a full range of unique-looking quartz surfaces. They are inspired by natural stones, marble and granite. However, they also come with the stain. They possess all superior properties of Caesarstone countertops.
There are 23 Caesarstone colors in Supernatural Collection.
Caesarstone colors from Supernatural Collection include: Alpine Mist, Bianco Drift, Calacatta Nuvo, Coastal Gray, Cosmopolitan White, Dreamy Marfil, Frosty Carrina, Georgian Bluffs, London Gray, Montblanc, Moorland Fog, Noble Gray, Piatra Gray, Statuario Maximus, Statuario Nuvo, Symphony Gray, Taj Royale, Turbine Gray, Tuscan Dawn, Urban Safari, Vanilla Noir, White Attica, and Woodlands.
Caesarstone countertops colors from the Metropolitan Collection found inspiration in industrial architecture and art. The collection highlights unpolished colors and dimensional surfaces. The texture comes to the surface in these modern Caesarstone colors and designs.
Rough touch, unpolished textures, colors, patinas, and timeless compositions are the main characteristics of Caesarstone Metropolitan Collection.
There are 9 Caesarstone colors in Caesarstone countertops Metropolitan Collection.
Caesarstone colors from Concetto Collection present a harmonious blend of superior technology, art, and nature. These semi-precious quartz stones are available only in select Caesarstone showrooms.
Home Art Tile Kitchen & Bath is a Caesarstone showroom located in Queens NY but conveniently close to Brooklyn and Manhattan. Here, you can find select Caesarstone countertops from exclusive Concetto Collection.
Concetto Collection includes 10 semi-precious quartz surfaces.
You can find most of these Caesarstone colors anytime in our Caesarstone showroom. However, Viola and Fiero are not readily available. You may request them as a special order.
How much does Caesarstone cost?
Caesarstone cost can go anywhere from $60 to $100 per square foot for installed Caesarstone countertops. However, the final Caesarstone price will depend on several factors. Caesarstone countertops cost will depend on the type of Caesarstone countertops you choose, on their size, where are you buying them, and of the fabrication and installation cost. Mostly, Caesarstone quartz cost will differ based on the quality of the stone.
When compared to granite, Caesarstone countertops cost is lower than the granite cost. This is because of the high-quality manufacturing process and consistency with which Caesarstone countertops are made. Regardless of the Caesarstone cost you get from your local Caesarstone showroom, fabricator, and installers, keep in mind that they come with a lifetime warranty for residential projects. Commercial clients get a ten-year warranty.
Is Caesarstone more expensive than marble?
No, it is not. Marble countertops are pricier than quartz. Cost of caesarstone countertops is still much more affordable. On average, marble can be bought at about $60 to $100 per square foot while Caesarstone is priced from $55 to $75 per square foot. Good news is that you can have marble look at the price of quartz. Caesarstone designed gorgeous marble looking quartz countertops to elevate your kitchen decor at the price that fits your budget.
In order to save money while getting superior quality, consider Caesarstone showroom you are going to purchase the countertops from and the costs that fabrication and installation are going to include. Make sure to receive the level of quality you expect in both Caesarstone countertop and the stone installation.
If you love the look of natural stone but prefer the functionality and ease of maintenance of Caesarstone quartz, you’re probably considering both granite and Caesarstone countertops for your next remodel project.
While both materials are undoubtedly great choices, there are some factors to consider when choosing between granite and Caesarstone countertops.
Caesarstone vs Granite – Appearance
Caesarstone countertops look more modern, have consistent color, and uniform look. They can have many various colors because this man-made material is not limited as natural stone is. All slabs are the same and it’s easy to pair them.
Granite natural stone looks beautiful with its natural swirls, shades, and patterns. Granite is even more beautiful because of its visual imperfections. If you love the genuine and unique look, granite countertops are for you. Each slab is different and unique and extra attention is needed when pairing slabs.
Caesarstone vs Granite – Maintenance
Caesarstone countertops are easier to maintain. They don’t need sealing. The ever-lasting Caesarstone countertops finish requires only the use of mild detergent and soft wipe cloth. Caesarstone quartz with polished finish requires the least maintenance. Surfaces other than polished may require more daily maintenance.
Granite countertops require sealing ideally twice a year and minimum once a year. If you maintain them properly, they can also last a lifetime. Except sealing, granite countertops don’t require a lot of maintenance. Mild water, ph neutral soap, and a soft cotton cloth is everything you need for bringing out the best from natural stone and keeping it last for years to come.
Caesarstone vs Granite – Price
Is Caesarstone more expensive than granite?
On average, Caesarstone quartz cost is higher than granite.
Caesarstone countertops can range from $60 to $100 per square foot with the installation. The price of Caesarstone countertops is usually similar in all Caesarstone showrooms. However, each showroom will set their own discounts and organize sales.
Granite countertops usually range from $40 to $150 per square foot with the installation. The price of granite countertops can vary depending on the manufacturer, the color, the pattern, and the kind of granite. You will pay more for thicker granite, while thinner granite will cost less but will also be less durable.
Caesarstone vs Granite – Durability
Caesarstone countertops are superior to granite countertops regarding durability simply because they come with lifetime warranty. However, you should not consider them indestructible. Caesarstone quartz slabs are more flexible than granite countertops and easier to manipulate with during installation.
Caesarstone countertops need professional installation because the slabs can be heavier than granite slabs.
There are many Caesarstone Brooklyn NY dealers, as well as in Queens and Manhattan NY, but only some of us have all the Caesarstone countertops for you to choose from. We even have all the semi-precious quartz stones from Caesarstone Concetto Collection.
Looking at different Caesarstone colors online is great to start with but you should see Caesarstone samples from up close. This way you will be able to see all the shades, patterns, and decide if you prefer warm beiges and soft whites or uncompromising black and whites Caesarstone countertops colors.
When you come to Home Art Tile Kitchen & Bath in Queens NY, we will show you all the Caesarstone samples and provide you with a free 3D design for your Caesarstone countertops NYC kitchen. This way, you can actually see how the Caesarstone countertops will look like in your home.
Our designer and sales team will share with you any information you may need regarding Caesarstone maintenance, qualities, colors, or cost.
Contact us today and get Caesarstone countertops at the best price in NY.