One of the great things about the kitchen and bath industry is being introduced to products as soon as they are released ... sometimes even before. Posts in this blog labeled "This Just In" will be featuring such products so you'll be hearing about them as soon as we do!
Vetrazzo is a surfacing material made from concrete and recylced glass. We were introduced to it a little better than a year ago, and liked it so much we included it in one of our showroom displays. Fast forward to today when our local rep from Vetrazzo came in with these little gems ...
|Photo - Laura Leyshon for The Globe and Mail|
Posts labelled The Village in our blog will introduce you to some of the best that Cambie Street has to offer. First off, a restaurant called Balliliscious (formerly Saté Satu). Recently reviewed in the Globe and Mail, this new addition to the drive offer up a modern take on Indonesian cuisine. It's a short walk from our showroom making it a great place to stop for lunch before meeting one of our designers. Just be sure to brink us some satays!
Called Motivo™, it is the first quartz surface to use texture. Two patterns are available: Lace and Crocodile. Either texture can be applied to any of the Caesarstone colours, but look best with solid whites and blacks. Possible applications include the kitchen backsplash, fireplace surrounds and feature areas in a bar.
Contact one of our designers for more information on Motivo™.