With so many Caesarstone applications at our disposal, it gets a bit confusing figuring out what era we’re living in sometimes. Stone flooring. Stone walls. Stone countertops! And, now, stone cabinets! Could it be possible that we are slowly reverting back to the Stone Age?!
No, not at all! What we have here is a simple collision of design worlds – a leading kitchen manufacture, Regba, collaborates with a superior quality surface manufacturer to produce the ultimate cabinets. Caesarstone cabinets.
This cabinet is like no other having an aesthetic appeal unsurpassed by any wooded cabinet. The Caesarstone cabinet is an innovative product that sees the application of stone coverings for kitchen cupboards making them more hardwearing in the process. The style of stone that has the pleasure of being graced with this opportunity is Supremo, Caesarstone’s Black Knit 1620 design. A thin layer is used.
Just like the days when wallpaper was upstaged for some newer, more innovative form of cladding, so is stone. This is what we like to call “natural kitchen progression.” Traditionally the kitchen cabinet door was covered with wood or silver materials. Caesarstone and Regba thought of taking it forward. They settled on a 3cm thin Caesarstone surface as a cover option for cabinet doors.
The benefits of having Caesarstone cabinets remain the same – durability and low maintenance. They won’t crack, won’t scratch and won’t absorb substances or stain making cleaning a simple task.
For more information on these innovative kitchen cupboards, visit the Caesarstone website at www.caesarstone.co.za.