Season three of HGTV Canada’s hit series Home To Win has marveled us with yet another memorable home transformation. In the finale this Sunday, three lucky Canadians will be given the opportunity to compete to win this stunning home, that has been beautifully transformed from top to bottom by leading designers and contractors in the industry today. As a proud sponsor of HGTV Canada’s Home To Win, you might recognize some of Caesarstone’s finishing touches inside, and out. We’re sharing some styles and tips taken from the show to inspire the designer in you.
Deviating from a traditional open-concept kitchen, HGTV Canada contractor Colin Hunter and award-winning designer HGTV Canada Sabrina Smelko created a spacious, Scandinavian-inspired cooking and dining area, equipped with unfinished cedar cabinetry, and accompanied by the exquisite clean white 5043 Montblanc. This elegant surface has an amazing durability and is resistant to stains and cracks, making any cooking job an easy task. The aesthetic evokes a timeless design that transports you back to the early 70s, giving the kitchen, the heart of any home, a feeling of balance and intimacy.
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The spa-like guest bathroom was designed by HGTV Canada designer Mia Parres and HGTV Canada contractor Brian McCourt to create a stylish yet comfortable feel. The open walk-in shower encased in glass captures the essence of elegance, surrounded by 5111 Statuario Nuvo, which boasts dark veins on a white background for a sophisticated look that requires far less maintenance. To further the spa-like feel in your bathroom, it’s only fitting to choose the right material for your vanity counter. As seen in Home To Win, the 5111 Statuario Nuvo paired with mid-century-modern inspired details and on-trend gold hardware, tops off this immaculate space.
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There’s nothing quite like a warm summer evening outside after work or on a sunny weekend with friends, which is why no detail was left untouched in this pool area by HGTV Canada designer Jo Alcorn and HGTV Canada contractor Sebastian Clovis. The effortlessly stylish wooden pool house showcases the impact an outdoor space can have when it’s wonderfully well-designed. Not only can it provide shelter from the hot summer sun, but also provides a bar area complete with a refrigerator entertain guests. To make this home’s outdoor area something special, the team placed 4033 Rugged Concrete in the hub in keeping with the sleek look of elegance and simplicity.