For Immediate Release
Cambria craftsmen unveil Brittanicca Matte
— The Cambria debut collection for Toronto’s west end home–
Toronto ON, April 5 2018 — Paragon Kitchens and Cambria, together with their artists and craftsmen, reveal Britannica Matte™ quartz – an intricate blend of complex colours that flow together creating this remarkable work of art! The stunning matte black of the Paragon Kitchen is the perfect complement to the marbled Brittanicca Matte™, which pleasantly surprises the eye at first glance, starting with the island, countertops and it continues up the walls. Cambria presents itself as a neutral yet bold design statement in this modern home. The kitchen comes alive, warm and welcoming, emulating the busy lives of a young Toronto family of five – a major design trend for 2018.
“Cambria’s Brittanicca Matte™ is the perfect addition to this neutral bold style black kitchen. It acts as the catalyst and elevates this kitchen to a new level of sophistication”, says Linda Leatherdale VP Marketing and business development.
The installation included the countertops and backsplash. Other trends in countertop fabrication included; Cambria’s RidgeLine edge, Backsplash application and Phototop technology.
RidgeLine is a simple, yet bold profile which has a 1/8″ radius that is sometimes referred to as a double, pencil edge. It is simplistic, functional and provides a modern look.
Brittanicca Matte™ is grand and majestic in stature. Imagine the great rivers that flow through the UK; nestled amongst many villages and cities dotted along their banks under a canopy of soft-grey skies. Cambria Matte™ offers a first-of-its-kind low-sheen finish with high-performance benefits, creating even more options for a marble aesthetic without the maintenance or worry, available in all designs.
Cambria and team installed two jumbo slabs and one regular slab of Brittanicca Matte™: a luxury series design in Cambria’s Marble Collection™ using a digital templating system called, Phototop (a digital Integration program which streamlines the entire countertop production process).
What’s Next:, Appliances; Week of April 27 and then final unveil
More information: #torysreno
Cambria is the leading producer of made-in-America natural stone. As a stain-resistant, nonporous natural stone surface, Cambria is strong, safe, maintenance free and easy to care for. Headquartered in Le Sueur, Minnesota, Cambria is sold through an exclusive network of premium, independent specialty retail and trade partners that can be identified at CambriaUSA.com. #MyCambria, #LegendofCambria
About Paragon Kitchen
Discovering your kitchen’s inner “Wow” has never been easier! Paragon Kitchens is a premier purveyor of fine custom cabinetry and innovative design solutions. We proudly serve Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo, Orangeville, Milton, Mississauga, Oakville, Toronto and areas throughout South-western Ontario. Whether you are renovating or building a custom home, a Paragon kitchen is the ultimate complement to your lifestyle.
At Paragon Kitchens, we value the relationship we create with our clients. From inception to completion, we will be your partners in creating your dream kitchen.
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About 14 Glenaden Ave East
The demo/re-built project includes designing and building a modern home to maximize the outdoor space, backing onto the Park Lawn Cemetery. The owners enjoy their backyard and pool, but the coffin shaped pool and dated dusty rose décor needed to go. The home-owners engaged Altius Architecture to design a modest, highly efficient, 2600 square-foot open concept home with amazing light.
The concept of high/low was paramount from day one; unfortunately both a huge house AND a pools was NOT in the budget. Eg. #1 – The high-end kitchen design by Paragon with Cambria countertops, Miralis cabinetry and Meile appliances, is off-set by the fewer, smaller bathrooms with pre-fab vanities, simple tiles and inexpensive faucets and drop-in tubs. EG. #2 – A major splurge was the gorgeous 30 custom matched interior sliding doors (solid with high end Crowder Track and hardware) – these doors saved nearly 300 square feet of space. The compromise was forced air heating as opposed to radiant floor heating and also opting out of the rear lift and slide door which came in at over $20,000. The ongoing budget is being balanced by this constant give and take relationship agreed upon by the homeowners, builders, designers and architects.
Tory Crowder, Jumpstart Communications, 416 998 9702 [email protected]