Converting key interior designers into brand champions. Throughout their partnership, the Trendspotters have lent insights on U.S and regional design trends and new product development.
Denise McGaha’s Lilac Kitchen
Denise McGaha brings lilac to life in an incredibly functional and stylish kitchen layered in different tones of purple. The space is designed to be the true heart of the home; breakfast at the coffee bar and barstool area, a work station or venue to host lunches, and a perfect spot to enjoy an evening glass of wine before or after dinner. Denise used Silestone Charcoal Soapstone on the bar and island and new Silestone Eternal Series Calacatta Gold on the counters around the cabinet walls.
The Tribal Kitchen, rich in warmth and texture, represents a well-traveled homeowner, not unlike Silestone Trendspotter Steffany Hollingsworth herself. The room centers around a fireplace, a feature that traditionally brings people together. The kitchen design evokes an instinctive feeling of being connected to tribal and historic roots. Steffany and her team used new Silestone Eternal Serena and Marquina in Suede throughout the space.
Silestone Trendsetter Theresa Casey designed her Organic Loft kitchen with a vision: An urban sanctuary. Theresa combined Silestone, Kohler and Benjamin Moore products, infusing traditional and modern influences to create a beautiful kitchen that connects with nature through the open plan and large windows. Theresa utilized colors from the new Silestone Eternal Series, Calacatta Gold and Marquina, as well as Silestone Iconic White.
Silestone Trendspotter Drew McGukin draws from his own life in metropolitan New York City for the inspiration behind his Studio Kitchen design. The concept kitchen, develops its hyper-organized concept into reality by layering functionality to make the space most useful for any purpose – entertaining, living, or working. Each aspect of the kitchen tucks neatly away, creating a streamlined, clutter-free and contemporary environment geared towards big city lifestyles. Drew used Pearl Jasmine from the Silestone Eternal Collection throughout the space for a modern and consistent look.
In coastal communities like Pensacola, FL where Silestone Trendspotter Cheryl Kees Clendenon calls home, indoor and outdoor design often go hand-in-hand. Cheryl’s coastal aesthetic came to life with her Greenhouse Kitchen: a tranquil environment that embraces the outdoors and encourages relaxation. With different kitchen zones in mind, Cheryl used four colors from Cosentino to help define space and ensure maximum durability: Charcoal Soapstone and Calacatta Gold from the Silestone Eternal Collection, Silestone Iconic White, and Dekton Makai.