Arabella, a high-end magazine that provides readers with information on the best of Canadian art, architecture, and design, recently published a six-page spread featuring Cheryl Tiegs and her relationship with Cambria. During a photo session at Bellvue Manor in Toronto, Cheryl was interviewed by Arabella President and Editor-In-Chief, Debra Usher. The two discussed art, fashion and how Cheryl's worldly travels with her modeling career have influenced the style in her Bel Air, California home. "She has brought all this travelling home to her interior decor, combining traditional country, Balinese, British colonial, and striving to be eco-friendly and create a harmonious and peaceful inner sanctum," notes Debra. When Cheryl redesigned her kitchen, she searched for an environmentally friendly product that was easy to care for. Cheryl replaced the Italian ceramic tile in her kitchen with Cambria, and she has been a brand advocate for Cambria ever since.