Grey Is The New White

Grey has established itself as the new go-to neutral hue in today’s interiors. Its many shades make it the ideal color to dress a room up or play it casual. We're inspired by these beautiful shades.

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Concrete is having a major moment

Industrial, contemporary, or rustic, concrete is taking the design world by storm. Caesarstone’s engineered quartz has the aesthetic of concrete with all the benefits and durability of quartz.

Traditional with a twist

A light, simple grey countertop matches any aesthetic. From a tile backsplash to two-tone inset cabinets and reclaimed wood accents, Raw Concrete brings the details to the forefront.

Perfectly imperfect

The industrial, raw texture of concrete lends to the ever-growing popularity. Rugged Concrete accentuates the look of real concrete through its unique imperfections and textural gradients of grey.

Made to be paired

From concretes to smoother textures, grey countertops are the ideal base for any backsplash, cabinet, or accessorized design. Caesarstone's Pebble quartz is just the right shade for this kitchen!

Simplicity at its finest

When white is too light, go a notch darker with Caesarstone London Grey. The light veins traversing the surface of this quartz color create a dynamic, inspired look.

Don't play it safe

Grey’s best attribute is its ability to match with any color. If you’re having trouble picking just one countertop color, pick two! We recommend Caesarstone White Attica for its complementary veining.

For dramatic effect

Granite lovers take note - Coastal Grey has the look of granite with all the benefits of engineered quartz. The swirls of white and black veining make this dark grey counter come to life

A symphony of colors

Mix and match colors like a pro or play with neutrals until you find your ideal combination. The variety of shades in Symphony Grey open the doors to an infinite color palette.

The sleek look

For those who prefer their kitchen sans color - take a look at this sleek kitchen! Pair a light countertop like Alpine Mist with stainless steel appliances and décor for a modern twist.

Playing with color

Adding a splash of color, like a bright backsplash, gives the kitchen your own personal touch and plenty of character. Paired with the dark base of Caesarstone's Piatra Grey, the color truly shines!

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