Who doesn't love marble? But even our stone technicians here at Marble and Granite will tell you - it's not the most practical surface for the kitchen. But there is a way to have the best of both worlds! Many homeowners and designers are now putting marble in the kitchen where it makes sense and then supplementing it with Caesarstone quartz surfaces. This way they still achieve the show-stopping focal point of dramatic marble while getting the practicality and high-performance where it is most needed with Caesarstone quartz surfaces.
And while Caesarstone is a newer product that some associate only with more contemporary designs, the combination of marble and Caesarstone together can give you infinite options when it comes to kitchen styles. To show you some of the wonderful design possibilities, here are three inspiring kitchens that feature marble and Caesarstone countertops.
This sleek and elegant transitional style kitchen in soothing gray and white features a gorgeous Bianco Carrara marble island with Pebble Caesarstone countertops around the perimeter.
This warm modern kitchen with a rustic flair was achieved with Blizzard Caesarstone countertops and a carrara marble tile backsplash, which the designer notes was created from the same marble as the fireplace.
This chic, mid-century inspired modern kitchen also features Blizzard Caesarstone but this time in a waterfall island design that is complemented by a stunning Calacatta marble-topped dining table.
Which one of these marble-Caesarstone combination kitchens do you like the best? Tell us in a comment!
Marble and Granite in New England is not only the exclusive distributor of Caesarstone in New England but it also has some of the finest marble slabs in the country. To achieve your own functional and beautiful marble-Caesarstone kitchen, shop our marble and Caesarstone selections online or at one of our showrooms in Milford, Connecticut or Westwood, Massachusetts.
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