Caesarstone partners with Princess Margaret Home Lottery as surface provider for fall 2023 grand prize showhome
For the third consecutive year, Caesarstone has partnered with the Princess Margaret Home Lottery as its surface provider for the fall 2023 grand prize showhome.
Caesarstone, a leader in premium quartz surfaces, has recently announced its partnership with the Princess Margaret Home Lottery for the third year in a row.
The brand, which is the official surface provider for the Princess Margaret Grand Prize Showhome, has donated 65 slabs of quartz and porcelain product valued at $165,000, that are integrated throughout the residence.
“This year, we are deeply honoured to continue our partnership with The Princess Margaret Home Lottery for the third consecutive year. Joining forces once again allows us to channel our resources and expertise to support The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation,” said Gail Conroy, vice president of marketing, the Americas.
“Together we look forward to making a meaningful impact in the fight against cancer and providing support to those in need. Our portfolio expansion further enriches the Showhome’s vision, delivering surfaces that not only captivate aesthetically but are also engineered to last a lifetime.”
Interior designer, Brian Gluckstein, has incorporated the array of Caesarstone surfaces with an aim to elevate the interior of the 7,765-square-foot residence, nestled in Oakville, Ontario. Brian’s concept for the Tudor-inspired showhome revolves around the art of hosting and entertaining.
In the kitchen, Caesarstone’s 5171 Arabetto Quartz has been incorporated as the floor cladding surrounding the kitchen island and provides a highly functional solution that is durable and stain resistant.
The home also features a bar in the study, featuring 505 Archetta Porcelain that creates a visual of natural stone. A fireplace in the living room features 505 Archetta Porcelain, which was chosen as the fireplace mantle and hearth, due to the material’s heat tolerance and scratch-resistant properties.
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