One of the most exciting things about choosing Cambria for your home or commercial project is choosing which design will complement your space best. With over 145 designs to choose from, there is bound to be something perfect!
Often, a great way to start narrowing down which design is right for your project is to first determine either which colour you desire (i.e: knowing a predominantly white or grey toned design is your first choice) or by how much movement you want within the design itself. For example, if you know you want dramatic veining for bold impact, the Marble, Oceanic or Coastal Collections are a great place to start. If, however; you’re looking for something subtle, but with the incredible performance only Cambria can offer, we suggest giving the Desert Collection a closer look.
The Desert Collection is Cambria’s most understated collection of designs. Featuring powder-fine granules of quartz, these beautiful toned designs feature absolutely no movement - meaning no veining across the surface, and very little variation of tone throughout the design. Although these designs are composed of tiny particles of quartz, the amazing innovation of Cambria’s manufacturing process ensures that these designs perform the same as those of any other collection - they are still 93% pure, white quartz, have the same stain and scratch resistance & non-porous nature of all Cambria products. Guaranteed.
Today we’re sharing 3 of our favourite designs from the Desert Collection, because sometimes these understated designs get a little overlooked! But in the right setting, there’s no question these designs truly shine.
Offering a creamy, understated elegance, Kentmere™ is a buttery-yellow beige confection that emanates simplicity and serenity like life in the quiet English countryside.
Soft and sophisticated, Winterbourne™ presents dignified tones of marbled, dove-gray that soothe the eye and calm the spirit.
Dauntless and self-assured with a jaunty nautical flair, Hadley™ is inspired by the deep blue skies and faint winking stars high over Hadley Wood near Hertfordshire in southern England.