Cambria Design: Classic Kitchens

If you want your kitchen renovation to look good for decades, it might be worth considering including elements of classic kitchen design into your renovation. Today we're going to share three stunning classic kitchens, each which feature a Cambria quartz countertop.

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Perhaps the most classic kitchen of all, a black and white kitchen is always in style. We love the high contrast nature of black and white, which brings drama and interest without looking dated. We love the way the kitchen above uses a huge splash of deep black cabinets in an otherwise mostly white space. The simple waterfall edges of the Torquay countertop border the black cabinets so they don't overwhelm the space.

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This dreamy classic kitchen is warm and welcoming while remaining fresh. When choosing cabinets for a classic kitchen, it is worthwhile to consider the amount of detailing you prefer. A classic cabinet typically features either a raised panel or a reveal border- both of which are beautiful in the right setting. A shaker style cabinet door is another classic choice, the simplicity of which allows other design features to really shine. This kitchen features a buttery warm neutral Cambria countertop in Summerhill which complements white cabinets beautifully.

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Lastly, this kitchen features the best of both worlds- deep warm cabinets paired with creamy beige perimeter cabinets and a gorgeous Laneshaw island. The smoky grey, brown and tan colours of Laneshaw pull together the elements from the rest of the kitchen. These homeowners have also selected a beautiful backsplash in a quintessentially classic material - subway tile. Using a contrasting tile pattern over the range creates a focal point which is subtle and sophisticated.