HanStone Canada introduces the new Boutique Collection
A line of luxury Canadian-made quartz, inspired by beautiful places and remarkable ideas
HanStone Canada has officially unveiled its new Boutique Collection of Canadian-made quartz surfaces. Comprised of seven unique colours and patterns, the Boutique Collection captures its beauty from stunning locales – including the countryside of Northern France, Toronto’s bustling Yorkville streets and Montauk’s sleepy shores. This crisp and cool collection features marbled veining that seamlessly integrates cutting-edge technology with whimsical-style and modern elegance.
As a leader in both the design and manufacturing of quartz, HanStone Canada is committed to creating premium quality surfaces that delivers unparalleled beauty and performance. With a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located in London, Ontario, HanStone is dedicated to safe, environmental practices, sourcing materials locally when possible, and offering the best in-class quartz.
“HanStone is proud to be Ontario’s only quartz brand,” says Jennifer Donati, Director of Marketing at HanStone Canada. “We live in a country where homeowners care what products they put into their homes, making a conscious effort to support local economic growth. As a Canadian manufacturer, we must adhere to stringent environmental policies and safe labour practices that in turn create a premium product”.
“Our new Boutique Collection, has been carefully designed to cater to the ever-trending and always classic colour palette of muted, white-tones, combined with thoughtful veining that lend an ageless style to your home,” continues Donati.
Let the journey be your inspiration!
Elegant, effortless and elevated – join us on a journey to experience the unique designs HanStone Canada has to offer. Discover the local inspiration behind these seven simple, yet sophisticated patterns and designs that make up the new Boutique Collection.
Stop 1 – Yorkville, Toronto, ON
Colour Name: Yorkville
Refined and fashionable, like the alluring Toronto neighbourhood that inspired it. Yorkville’s subtle grey movement and soft cream base make this colour the epitome of style.
Stop 2 – Montauk, New York
Colour Name: Montauk
Subtle and luxurious. The soft pearl undertone of Montauk is elevated with warm sandy dappling and an ivory marble pattern for a vintage yet modern feel.
Stop 3 – Chantilly, France
Colour Name: Chantilly
Like fine lace, Chantilly is a modern classic with feathery charcoal veins set against a crisp white background.
Stop 4 – Monterey, California
Colour Name: Monterey
Inspired by California’s breathtaking central coast, Monterey’s soft grey base is anchored by dark grey veining and multifaceted contrasting, offering uncommon depth and substance.
Stop 5 – Soho, New York
Colour Name: Soho
Sophisticated and cool. Inspired by one of lower Manhattan’s trendiest neighbourhoods, Soho features a smoky, white base with striking pewter and brown veining.
Stop 6 – Mercer, New York
Colour Name: Mercer
An elevated richness. Mercer delivers the perfect pairing of warm neutral hues and bold earthly accents to deliver a cool, elegant style that compliments any design palette.
Stop 7 – Whistler, British Columbia
Colour Name: Whistler
Inspired by the sophisticated charm of Canada’s most luxurious ski town, Whistler boasts a purist white foundation speckled with warm grey wispy veining.
About HanStone Canada
HanStone Canada is Canada’s premier quartz manufacturer and is Ontario’s only quartz manufacturer. HanStone Canada’s state-of-the-art facility, located in London, Ontario, produces material for all of North America. HanStone quartz is known for its superior quality and exceptional design, with over 40 unique colours and patterns to draw inspiration from. The go to choice for interior designers, fabricators, and homeowners alike. Distinctly Beautiful and Naturally Canadian.
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