It’s that time of the year again, where designer-homeowner pairs bring forth their innovative designs for the Caesarstone Kitchen of the Year competition. The competition is now open for entries online – so if you and your design partner have what it takes to win R100 000 you know what to do!

Every year, designers and homeowners join forces and enter kitchen designs hoping to leave the judges in awe. Trevor King, Marketing Director of Caesarstone South Africa praises last year’s winners, Adolf Conradi of Optima Kitchens and his client, Tom Creamer.

We are delighted to celebrate excellence in design with Adolf and Tom, and we hope their win inspires more kitchen designers to enter the competition next year.

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So what is in it for the winning home owner and designer of the biggest kitchen design competition in Africa?

The winning pair will share a R100,000 cash prize, national TV exposure, magazine coverage and bragging rights to boot. With an insert series running on The Home Channel (channel 176 on DSTV) covering the finalists’ designs, South Africa’s top kitchens and their designers and homeowners will enjoy incredible publicity and a chance to show off their entries.

Although designers are applauded for their great design, expertise and experience in the creation of their kitchens, it is important to not forget their clients’ needs during the construction process. This is why the Caesarstone competition is so different to others.


Visit Caesarstone Kitchen of the Year Competition online HERE 

Entries close on 31 July 2016 and must feature genuine Caesarstone surfaces.  Terms and conditions apply.

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