Monogram teams with Richardson to create new kitchen design
TORONTO – Monogram Canada has entered into a partnership with interior designers and HGTV Canada personality Sarah Richardson to create what the high-end appliance producer describes as “a never before seen kitchen design” which will be unveiled in about two months’ time.
In a statement, the company said, “This exciting collaboration formalises the long-time relationship with Sarah and Monogram. The lead up to this anticipated reveal follows Sarah’s natural integration of Monogram appliances in her luxury custom Toronto kitchen. She selected Monogram because the brand's clean and premium aesthetic was the perfect fit for her sleek and modern home.”
“Monogram has credibility in the design and culinary worlds,” Richardson added. “There are so many thoughtfully crafted and beautifully executed design details that elevate Monogram when it comes to professional style appliances.”
For Richardson, the kitchen is a place of inspiration and creation. Her passionate approach and refined design philosophy is evident in her own kitchen space, which features a Monogram 36-inch gas range, range hood, 36-inch panel front refrigerator, panel front beverage centre and dishwasher.
Richardson currently appears in seven different HGTV shows that air in over 100 countries worldwide and is the author of two bestselling books – Sarah Style (2014) and At Home: Sarah Style (2015). She also operates her own Toronto-based design firm, Sarah Richardson Design Inc. She was also a featured speaker at this past May’s Canadian Furniture Show in Toronto.
“Sarah Richardson embodies the Monogram brand, rooted in a love for sophisticated styling and exceptional craftsmanship. Her design-forward, tasteful aesthetic made her a natural fit,” said Bob Park, director of Monogram Canada.
The unveiling of the Monogram and Sarah' Richardson kitchen collaboration will take place in October.
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