Cambria Spotlight: Your Favourites

We know how easy it is to be overwhelmed when you're selecting which of Cambria's stunning designs- there are over 130 available, after all! So today we thought we'd take the time to introduce you to our absolute top-selling colours of Cambria quartz, because there is no one with better taste than our customers. These five colours make it easy to see where kitchen trends are going this year- if we had to classify the things all these colours have in common we would say they are neutral, natural and bright. We don't play favourites with our designs, so these beauties are getting introduced  in no particular order. Enjoy!

Ella

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Light, bright and neutral, Ella is a member of Cambria's Marble collection. Ella is characterized by subtle warm grey veining through a white field. Because Ella has both warm and cool tones, it looks stunning with any backsplash selection. Ella is classically understated, but never overlooked.

Berwyn

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Berwyn, a member of the Waterstone collection, is inspired by the stormy relationship between sea and shore. Berwyn has so many subtle colours, from beautiful light sand and dove grey to the most muted seaglass- it changes colours right before your eyes.

Brittanica

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Brittanica is a true neutral grey vein on a white field. The veining in Brittanica is what makes it so beautiful- while the natural stone veining is large, the gentle movement makes them complementary and not overwhelming. Brittanica looks stunning in all-white kitchens, and also makes a gorgeous fireplace surround.

Summerhill

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Summerhill is part of Cambria's Coastal collection. Summerhill has gorgeous movement, inspired by the rugged coastline of Wales. Summerhill has all the depth of sea, sand and rock. It is grounded by deep flecks of sooty grey on a field of majestically swirling warm sand and cool taupe tones.

Torquay

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Torquay is a member of the Marble collection. Incredibly natural, Torquay's subtle movement is full of life and soft energy. Very light grey veining crosses a gorgeous white background to create cloudlike drifts of variation from palest opal grey to smoke white.