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Cambria Quartz With Veins
If you love the look of natural stone but are looking for a surface that is low maintenance and worry-free (almost), Cambria could be a good option for you. Cambria has used nature as the inspiration for a large number of their colors and designs, making this countertop option a desirable choice for those looking for the look and feel of a natural stone without the maintenance. Cambria has all of the fabulous properties of quartz (stain resistance, heat resistance, and scratch resistance), and you never have to seal it like natural stone.Continue to 2 of 11 below.
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Cambria Torquay Works Well With Wood
One of Cambria's offerings that deserves recognition is Torquay, a soft marble look-alike. This stone has gray and white colors with a hint of a taupe undertone. It is especially nice to warm things up. This stone works great with wood tones and painted finishes.Continue to 3 of 11 below.
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Cambria Galloway Is Inspired by the Sea
Cambria's Coastal Series includes Galloway. It has a touch of green and gold, which was inspired by seaweed and greys inspired by the sandy seashore. The vein pattern looks like low tide on a mossy beach. The quartz companies have all discontinued most of their greens, so the Galloway is extremely exciting for green lovers as well as beach lovers.Continue to 4 of 11 below.
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Cambria Summerhill Is Versatile
Summerhill from the Cambria Coastal Series has that low-tide look like the Galloway. It has creamy colors mixed with sandy greys. Because the colors don't have high contrast, it provides a neutral color that looks like a granite-marble hybrid. This color is versatile and could be found in traditional as well as contemporary designs.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Cambria's Bold Aberdeen
Cambria's Aberdeen is so bold and colorful that it deserves recognition. The vibrant oranges, forest greens, and earthy browns are all mixed in a pot of fun. Aberdeen is a fun and lively color that would look amazing on a statement piece such as an island or an eating bar.Continue to 6 of 11 below.
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Cambria Ellesmere Looks Like Black Granite
Cambria's Ellesmere is another color from their Coastal Series. It has a dark black/brown background with white and grey streaks. Ellesmere has the coloring similar to several black granite slabs and looks so authentic that only the homeowner would know that it is not real stone.Continue to 7 of 11 below.
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Cambria Berkeley Is a Warm and Creamy Color
If you are in search of a warm and creamy brown/beige color for your kitchen, Cambria's Berkeley could be the selection for you. Berkeley is an attractive neutral that has little flecks of copper mixed in, so it's a great color for a traditional kitchen.Continue to 8 of 11 below.
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Cambria Windermere Is a Classic
The Windermere is a creamy brown that is soft and subtle, yet gives you the Cambria waves that are known for how well they imitate granite.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Armitage Is a Busy Pattern
Armitage is a great example of a darker palette. Dark and light waves combine to create a classic traditional color. These colors are very busy, which is what traditional is all about. For some, the more ornamentation, the better.Continue to 10 of 11 below.
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Cambria Bellingham Is a Black and White Classic
Who doesn't love a bit of salt and pepper? Cambria Bellingham is a subtle mix of black in a white/grey background. Another color for traditional lovers, Bellingham is sure to coordinate nicely with a wide variety of cabinet colors.Continue to 11 of 11 below.
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Cambria Quartz for Traditional Kitchens
Cambria is made in the United States, so you can feel great about supporting an American business and getting some fabulous traditional colors at the same time. If you are still looking for the right color, the entire Cambria Palette should help.