Cosentino Names 2015 Silestone Trendspotters

Christopher Kennedy (Palm Springs, CA); Drew McGukin (New York); Theresa Casey (Toronto); Steffany Hollingsowrth, ASID, NCIDQ (Santa Fe, NM); Denise McGaha (Dallas TX); Cheryl Kees Clendenon (Pensacola, FL). Photo courtesy of Jack Lane.

A global leader known for producing and distributing high value innovative surfaces for designers and architects and for pioneering the leading surface brand , has announced the members of its Silestone Trendspotters program. The program, now in its fourth year, was launched in 2012 at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Chicago and grew to become a platform for influential designers to present emerging trends and insights in the industry and an outlet for collaboration between the designers and the brand.

Details of Kitchen by Christopher Peacock. Photo courtesy of Denise McGaha.

This year, the overarching themes presented by the six designers selected to be a part of the 2015 Trendspotter class focused on variations of pattern, texture and accessories and natural imperfections. The designers—Theresa Casey of , Steffany Hollingsworth of , Cheryl Kees Clendenon of , Christopher Kennedy of , Denise McGaha of and Drew McGukin of —prepared insights and trends from their home markets and showcased the diversity of the main themes from market to market.

Cheryl Clendenon's inspiration for #SilestoneTrends. Photo courtesy of Cheryl Clendenon.

1960s modern juxtaposes with pre-war classicism on the Upper East Side for #SilestoneTrends. Photo courtesy of Christopher Kennedy.

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