Eight events across the country will enable architects and designers to see matching natural quartz surfaces and paint hues.
Eight events at Cosentino Centers across the country will enable architects and designers to see matching quartz surfaces and paint hues.
NEW YORK CITY— Silestone, a manufacturer of natural quartz surfaces, announces it is partnering with Sherwin-Williams to host eight Color Inspiration events at regional Cosentino Centers across the country. Through this partnership, both companies will celebrate concepts in color and provide interactive tools to create the perfect palette for design.
The Color Inspiration series will enable architects, designers and clients looking for the latest color trends for the kitchen and bathroom to be inspired by color matching combinations from Silestone’s natural quartz surfaces and Sherwin-Williams’ dynamic hues. Select events will also take a look into the future, with a special color forecast presentation. The series is sponsored by Luxe Interiors + Design magazine.
“Color is a driving force in kitchen and bath design,” says Lorenzo Marquez, vice president of marketing for Cosentino North America. “Just like Sherwin-Williams, color is an integral part of the Silestone story. This partnership and event series is a great way for two kitchen and bath companies to celebrate the influence of color in design.”
Each event will showcase the full range of more than 75 Silestone colors including the new Stonium collection. Attendees will be able to digitally mix and match Silestone products with a coordinating palette of more than 1,500 Sherwin‐Williams paint colors through the “Chip It” program. Additionally, attendees will receive a new Silestone color wheel to take away, which architects and designers can take to client meetings to help with the color selection process.
The first event will kick off in Chicago at the Cosentino Center on Monday, April 23. Additional markets that will host a Color Inspiration event include: Atlanta, Orlando, Dallas, Phoenix, Anaheim, Los Angeles and Seattle.