Last week we were privileged to co-host a colour launch party at the Cambria Studio with Cambria and several of our esteemed colleagues. We wanted to share with you a sneak peak of what was going on, and a look at the stunningly beautiful gallery space Cambria has created.
Firstly, lets let Cambria themselves explain a little about the Cambria Studio and what it can do for you, the client.
"Our Toronto gallery features a wide variety of kitchen and bath installations by local designers, works by local fine artists, uncut stone slabs, a wine cellar and a full-time professional staff. It’s a great place for homeowners and their design pros to find inspiration. Private conference rooms are available to spread out plans or mix and match samples of Cambria with other materials. Cambria Gallery Toronto is also a full-scale event space. It’s located in the heart of Toronto’s King East Design District. No appointment is necessary."
Although the lighting conditions were difficult, this photo does a good job of showcasing the difference in sheen between Cambria Matte and Cambria High Gloss finishes. Featured here is a slab of Clareanne Matte, with a rectangular piece of Clareanne High Gloss inset within it. You can see how truly low-sheen Cambria matte is - it looks exactly like quarry cut honed stone, but features the superior performance and strength of Cambria!
This slab is Cambria's Rosedale design - as you can see here it features an ombre effect. Starting in the lower left corner you can see the depth of movement and deep grey is concentrated, and it slowly lightens as you move towards the centre of the slab. In person the effect is spectacular.
Many of the new designs, as well as examples of old favourites given new life as Cambria Matte designs!
Here's a shot which almost shows how amazing this space is. Super high ceilings, exposed wood, industrial features and beautiful Cambria quartz displayed everywhere!