Urban Quarry and Cambria throw a good kitchen party

While we like to think our product showroom is pretty top-notch, there’s nothing quite like seeing our products in clients’ homes. As they say, “the proof is in the pudding”, and when you see Cambria products in their intended environment, it can be quite jaw-dropping.

Every once in a while, Urban Quarry, in partnership with Cambria, hosts “Kitchen Debut Parties.” Taking place in select clients’ homes shortly after their renovation, these parties are a fun opportunity to showcase the hard work put into the design and installation of Cambria products.

Recently we hosted one of these parties at the gorgeously remodelled home of clients, Julie and Jean Brun of Gatineau. The wine and cheese cocktail gathering included UQ Account Manager, Tracey Pratt and The Kitchen Guy’s Andre Guenette, Francois Tardif, Chantal St-Amour, and new designer Chelsea LaBillois. Friends and neighbours of the gracious homeowners were also in attendance – all eager to learn more about how Julie and Jean’s vision came to life!

Their selection of Cambria Galloway and Cambria Manchester proved to pair perfectly with their Muskoka Cabinets, and provided a beautiful backdrop for their neighbour, accomplished artist Michel Bertrand’s live wood bowls and other objets d’art.

The exceptional workmanship of both The Kitchen Guy and Urban Quarry’s templating and installation team was on full display and did not go unrecognized. And to see just how dramatic the end result was, take a look at The Kitchen Guy’s before-and-after gallery!