Quartz is the third hardest natural surface in the world, making it one of the most durable countertop materials available to homeowners. Cambria countertops are made of 93% natural quartz stone, are stain resistant and never require polishing or sealing. Cambria’s maintenance-free design ensures that only the highest quality raw quartz materials are used for each countertop.
The craftsmen at Cambria take their work seriously, and ensure that every countertop goes through a rigorous multi-point inspection process for excellent quality assurance. Their countertops are certified NSF, meaning that they are as hygienic as stainless steel, and safe to use for food preparation without the risks of fading sealants that could harm your family. Cambria quartz is also certified by GREENGUARD as a low-emitting product for indoor air quality, and independent studies have proven that it has no harmful emissions whatsoever.
Now that we know Cambria provides quartz countertops for those with the highest standards in hygiene and durability, what about style? If you think this product's credentials are impressive, wait until you see the color variants and movements in each slab of quartz Cambria produces. Because each piece of natural quartz is unique, the same can be said for each countertop created by Cambria. With a Cambria quartz countertop, you can be sure that your kitchen truly is one-of-a-kind.
13 New Quartz Countertop Colors to Enrich Your Kitchen
Cambria has released 13 new designs that are NOW AVAILABLE from Kitchen Magic, and we are excited to present these prismatic selections to you! Each design boasts unique color patterns and visually-appealing accents, sure to make your new countertop and/or backsplash the instant focal point of your kitchen.
Also new to Cambria's collection is their matte finish option (shown in the photo above), available with all of their countertop designs, including these new additions. Whether you are looking for a diamond-polished, high sheen surface, or an on-trend and stylish matte finish, Cambria Quartz is the ultimate kitchen show-stopper!
Annicca fits within the cool tonal spectrum, and has an ivory white base color. It does possess some warmth, by way of its golden and beige metallic speckled swirls. Those swirls are highlighted with tones of silver, and if you look closely, there are purple amethyst colored flecks sporadically throughout. Coordinate this luminous countertop color with darker colored cabinets, to capture the natural light and brighten up any kitchen.
Cambria's classic favorite, Brittanicca, get's a gilded make-over. Brittanicca Gold features streaming bands of gold, gray, and earthy tones. Set upon a temperate white backdrop, these warm golden hues project the essence of luxury. Choose this option for instances where you want to add warmth to a cool kitchen, or coordinate with white and wood-toned cabinetry, alike.
All three of Cambria's designs with the Brittanicca moniker belong to their Marble Collection, meaning they mimic the look of actual marble. Brittanicca Warm takes an especially close likeness to marble, specifically the ever-coveted Carrara Marble. Cambria exemplifies this new addition best with their own design description:
"Warm translucent grey veins stream across a temperate white backdrop like venerable old rivers flowing into a fog-bound harbor."
Beaumont is a warm toned design with a beige base. This countertop color displays creamy gray swirls with flecked crystal and golden notes weaving through the design. We expect this captivating neutral to be a popular choice among homeowners, especially those who choose the very on-trend cabinet color—greige.
The key-word, when it comes to Cambria's Delgatie, is subtlety. This white-on-white design will complement and coordinate with just about any kitchen design. Sophisticated, stylish, and versatile make this countertop color a triple-threat, destined to make it to the top of designer choices for countertops and backsplashes.
We just love how the veining and movement of Ironsbridge resembles that of antique, or even ancient, marble. Creamy gray and white blend together and stream along, mimicking the fissures of natural stone that occur over time (but, of course this quartz material has no cracks!) Ironsbridge has both warm and cool tones, so you can coordinate it with pretty much any cabinet color.
If high-movement countertop designs with a lot of visual action aren't your style, then prepare your heart for Highgate! Likely to become a fast-favorite, Highgate is subtle like Delgatie, but with just a little bit more of a greige tone. Beautifully neutral, yet bright and airy, Cambria describe this selection as being, "interspersed with unique fossil-like fragments...", and we love that description!
Queen Anne is a cooler toned selection with a prevailing medium gray base. It has intermittent veins of white diffused into the design. This quartz countertop option is a slightly busier than others in the collection, but it’s black and white simplicity is elegantly tasteful. It is the perfect style component to the popular trend of cool gray kitchen designs, but would also look fabulous in a white kitchen.
If you liked Queen Anne, but prefer a little less movement in your countertop, then Clareanne may be the perfect look for you. Clareanne features the same medium gray base color, but it features more subtly in the white veining and flowing motion. This cool neutral color is very versatile, and would work in a wide variety of kitchens. It can be a wonderful solution for warmer colored kitchens, to bring in some balance.
Rosedale is a stylish addition to the Cambria collection that we feel excited about offering to our customers. It has a white base that showcases an array of gray tones that move naturally throughout, and almost resemble a crackle pattern. We think this countertop will integrate well into modern kitchens, but it’s classically versatile enough to coordinate with traditional and contemporary kitchens.
Ever-so-slightly more bold than from Rosedale, Rose Bay presents a similar feeling and palette to the previous design. Offering some darker tones, this quartz countertop is a stylishly exaggerated nod to classical white marble, with streams and flecks in hues of charcoal and gray that add a touch of updated style. This is another color that is excellent for kitchens with darker cabinetry and/or appliances.
Kelvingrove is warm toned with it's beige and cream base. However, it incorporates a cool muted mint green that creates a unique and complementing contrast. If you are looking for a subtle pop of color for your kitchen, this soothingly toned countertop design may be the perfect option for you.
Far and away, Skye has the most drama of all Cambria’s new designs. Inspired by the hues and movements of water, this bold countertop selection features a mingled blend of lapis and turquoise, artfully threaded with infusions of white. This design pairs wonderfully with neutral cabinets, especially when the homeowner is looking to add some eye-catching color to their kitchen design.
Why Choose Cambria Quartz for your Countertop?
Made in the USA, committed to providing an environmentally responsible product, and available with a Lifetime Limited Warranty, Cambria quartz countertops are the perfect countertop material for the busy kitchen.
Because Cambria is a premier countertop company that has the highest standards for its materials, Cambria countertops are not available in big box stores or at home shows. Only the best kitchen remodeling companies are authorized to bring Cambria to homeowners, ensuring that you get the best quality every time.
To see these new designs, and hundreds more, call Kitchen Magic today and schedule a free consultation for the kitchen of your dreams.