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We Have a Winner!

Cultivate, the curators of all things kitchen, recently launched a competition, which utalized the Fireclay Tile Color-It tool, to encourage members to tap into their creative genius. On Monday the winners were officially announced. It was a close race, but Lea from Michigan was able to pull ahead of the pack, and take home first prize for her design named "Tranquil Sea."

Cultivate's Color-It Winner's Announced

We spent some time with Lea this week to learn more about what inspired her design. Here is what she had to say:

"The inspiration for my Cuerda Seca design came from the sea.  That's exactly why I named it Tranquil Sea, I didn't think any other name could fit it better. I have always been fascinated by the colors the sea holds.  One of my favorite quotes is - The cure for anything is salt water.  Sweat, tears or the sea." - Isak Dinesen"

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As the winner of Cultivate's competition Lea recieves $500 towards her dream tiling project. She gave us a little peek into her vision:

"My dream tiling project is something elegant with a vintage touch for the backsplash in my kitchen.  I'm moving into my first home and I'm learning how expensive my design taste really is.  Winning this contest has been a blessing to help me complete my new home and make it feel like the space was designed for me.  I would like my house to have a "Restoration Hardware" feel with some sophisticated elements inspired by the sea."

We are thrilled to have been involved with this project and look forward to seeing Lea's dream come true.

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