Bathrooms and kitchens are often the rooms which many people would like to change this most, yet also the rooms where development potential can often be frustrated by size or shape restrictions.
Creative use of worktops has often been recommended by interior designers as a way of overcoming such restrictions – the installation of a breakfast bar where there is no room for a table, for example
Caesarstone quartz worktops have been shown to be a particularly suitable option for such creative adaptations, since they are produced in uniform panel sizes with a consistent colour and pattern, rendering them easy for a skilled installer to cut to the correct shapes needed for a perfect fit in any living area, large or small.
Moreover, because Caesarstone kitchen and bathroom worktops are available in a wide range of colours, a great deal of creative choice is known to be possible in connection with how the worktop impacts on the eye, which can also again change the overall look of a room.
Thus, darker shades, particularly if complementing similarly darker shaded flooring, can offset a bare-looking larger room, bringing a warmer and more homely feel.
Lighter shaded worktops, on the other hand, have been found to create the welcome illusion of more space in a smaller room.
Householders in the Humberside, Cheshire, Yorkshire and Leeds areas of the country have also commented that the superior quality of Caesarstone worktops can immediately elevate the look of a room to a level easily equivalent to that achievable by traditional granite worktops.