Caesarstone, the leading manufacturer of premium quartz surfaces, will launch Calacatta Nuvo, a new premium design, in October 2014 throughout the United States.
Calacatta Nuvo is a natural look stone inspired by Calacatta. This modern day masterpiece, which displays cascading veins and a unique texture, will expand Caesarstone’s existing marble inspired series that is currently part of the Classico collection.
“We are keeping our promise to our customers to deliver the most advanced color solutions for the home,” said Sagi Cohen, CEO of Caesarstone US. “Caesarstone continues to stretch the boundaries of innovation while maintaining the highest quality of service.”
For high-res images of Calacatta Nuvo, please contact Kendal@ballantinespr.com or 310-454-3080.
Caesarstone is a leading developer and manufacturer of premium quality quartz surfaces. Established in 1987, the company pioneered the quartz surfaces and continues to manufacture high-quality surfaces utilizing advanced technologies and proprietary knowhow. Caesarstone surfaces consist of up to 93% quartz, retain the cool tactile qualities of nature’s strong stones while offering freedom of design with enormous application possibilities including kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, flooring, wall paneling, furniture and more. Caesarstone offers a product that is highly functional, design forward and beautiful, all at the same time.
With three diverse collections – Classico™, Motivo™ and Concetto™, there is immense room for choice. The unique and rich variety of colors, patterns and textures gives each customer the ability to find their ‘ultimate surface’ and create their own unique space. Caesarstone’s extensive designs are constantly evolving and developing to meet the latest world trends and the highest level of international quality standards.
Caesarstone is a public company (Nasdaq: CSTE) as of March 2012. The company’s U.S. headquarters are located in Southern California with distribution centers across the country to serve customers nationwide. For more information about Caesarstone, visit the website here, like us on Facebook, connect with us on Twitter, or visit our blog Interior Collective.