The winner of our "Hey, Can You Cook 4?!" challenge received a dramatic kitchen makeover along with tips that can breathe new life into your kitchen! After three weeks of heart-stopping challenges and grueling eliminations, Tamar conquered the kitchen and was named our "Hey, Can You Cook?! 4" champ. As part of her prize, interior designer Kahi Lee went to Tamar's house to design a brand new, state-of-the-art kitchen featuring Silestone countertops.
Silestone and SenSa were both featured in a kitchen countertop segment on NBC's Today Show! The segment focused on various surfacing options to spruce up your kitchen. Interior Designer and Contributing Editor of Better Homes & Gardens Elaine Griffin discussed the product benefits of Silestone and SenSa in their respective categories.
Silestone countertops in UNSUI from the new ZEN Series are what's hot on the "EXTRA" TV kitchen set. "EXTRA" will be featuring ongoing cooking segments throughout the year in this new kitchen. Pictured are Raffi Gourdikian with Pacific Stone Design and Lorenzo Marquez of Cosentino with show hosts Dayna Devon and Mark McGrath and set designer Nicole Sassaman.
Check out the virtual kitchen tour on their website at www.extratv.com
Silestone natural quartz has been the featured countertop in the HGTV Dream Home for the past three years. From gray to bright blue and now cream colors, you never know what will be next. Silestone is the perfect complement to the HGTV Dream Home. HGTV is known for bringing you the latest and greatest in home improvement and Silestone is the cleaner, safer countertop the only countertop to offer bacteriostatic product protection, Greenguard Certification for cleaner indoor air and National Sanitation Foundation NSF certification for food prep areas all in one beautiful surface. Visit the kitchens of the HGTV Dream Homes, featuring Silestone.
If there's one experience you don't want to miss at IBS this year, it's the "Tradewinds" show home at Baldwin Park in Orlando. Just twenty minutes away from the IBS conference center, the many aesthetic and 'green' benefits of Silestone quartz are on full, dynamic display at this new show home by Hanley Wood. Here you can see first-hand how Silestone meshes with and enhances low-impact environmental design. Featured Silestone surfaces at the home include a 17-foot kitchen island, several vanity tops and a coffee bar.
Tradewinds is a 7,300 square-foot living space designed for a low-impact on the environment.
Oriented to optimize its lakeside lot and showcase the latest high performance products, it provides
a truly striking experience for the public.
Visit twshowhome.com to take a virtual tour of the home.
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