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Designer Tiffany Pratt chooses Silestone for Prince Edward County lavender farm project

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Tiffany Pratt chooses Silestone by Cosentino

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Tiffany Pratt’s trademark rainbow hair combined with her exuberant energy has made her a household name when it comes to unique designers. Known for her lively, colourful designs, her latest renovation-transformation in Prince Edward County is no exception.

Tiffany Pratt chooses Silestone by Cosentino

Tiffany travelled to beautiful Southern Ontario to design the home of an older couple who had recently become empty nesters. After retiring, the couple sold their house in the city and bought a lavender farm in Prince Edward County. Tiffany enlisted the Home Depot Canada, choosing simple elements from the local Belleville store to create a beautiful open concept kitchen-living room. Her vision was to design an environment that was representative of the couple. She merged old and new décor themes throughout the space, creating a unique mix characteristic of her signature quirky style.

Tiffany Pratt chooses Silestone by Cosentino

Tiffany chose to use the Silestone by Cosentino engineered quartz surface in the Blanco Maple colour for the galley kitchen’s countertop, backsplash and island. Her advice is to always go neutral on things that you don’t want to change all of the time. This is why she chose Blanco Maple for its slick, modern and clean look.

White toned countertops will also never go out of style.

By choosing Silestone, the homeowners will have no issues with keeping the counters clean, due to the brand’s durable characteristics.

Tiffany Pratt chooses Silestone by Cosentino

And the surprising fact about this transformation? This bright, colourful space is actually located in the basement of the home! Tiffany used geometric shapes, different natural textures and pops of colours to add a modern finish while maintaining the farmhouse feel.

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