How to Accomplish a Sensational Kitchen with these sturdy Cambria Quartz Colours

Cambria Quartz Colours
By: Maria Kairuz Oct 12, 2021 0 Comments

A video compilation of the best Cambria Quartz Worktop Colours offers various patterns to help you create a kitchen that fits your personality and lifestyle. (With prices).

Cambria Quartz Surfaces are a leading quartz slab manufacturer from the USA. The brand is known for its high-quality surfaces and its unique marbled designs. Moreover, Cambria varies the percentage of natural quartz in each slab depending on the design. Still, it offers the highest concentration of pure natural quartz resulting in non-porous, durable countertops.

But one of the main drawbacks you will encounter whilst checking all the Cambria Quartz colours is that the samples are small. A Cambria surfaces sample measures just over 7 x 7 cm, which is a shame as what you see in the small pieces is not always representative of an entire Cambria slab. So, for example, you may get a sample of Cambria Britannica that may not show the beautiful bold veins that run across the whole slab of this design.

For this reason, we have compiled a collection of the best colours from Cambria Quartz colours (ordered by popularity and by shade), so you can appreciate the natural beauty of each of the original designs from this brand.

Without further ado, please here is a compilation of Cambria’s most popular colours. Similarly, you’ll get to find out which is the most popular Cambria designs in 2021 and the trendy colours for 2022:

The Cambria White Quartz Colours

Cambria Berwyn: It is a ground-breaking design belonging to the Waterstone Collection. Its unique veining agitated the design and architectural arenas when the brand first took it to market. Cambria Berwyn is a simple yet sophisticated design. When you see the slab up-lose, you can see the carefully detailed veins with shimmery silver and shimmery gold spots. Berwyn has both a cool and a warm feeling, complementing a wide variety of kitchen styles. Berwyn pairs very well with golden and silver appliances. Similarly, combining Berwyn quartz with white cabinets offers a beautiful contrasting feature challenging to achieve with other quartz brands. This versatile, cloudy-soft quartz design goes well with practically any cabinet style out there today.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £254 m2 in 20 mm / £292 m2 in 30 mm
Cambria Berwyn offers the simplicity of cloudy soft patterns.

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Brittanicca, a heat resistant quartz worktop

Cambria Brittanicca: Brittanicca was one of Cambria’s very first to enter the Marble Collection. It is when Cambria have made an enormous innovation. When we came out with Brittanicca, when you look at it, there is a smooth, white, cool backdrop you can see into it has that depth and dimension. And then you’ve got these bold, undulating things in charcoal and a lighter Gray. You can use it in so many different applications! We have seen it in an entire wall and book match type applications because its veins go together beautifully in a book match situation. I’ve seen this kitchen on flooring, and full showers surround. Brittanicca can be a star of your home.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £495 m2 in 20 mm / £525 m2 in 30 mm
Brittanicca is available as in its version Cambria Brittanicca Gold in the UK.

Get a marble feel at home with Cambria Torquay.

Torquay was Cambria’s first entry into the Marble looking feel. It gives you all the product performance of quartz that you love. When you look at Torquay, some of the notable attributes that we think most people love about it, hence being is trendy design, is that it both plays in the warmth and the cool worlds. So when you’re designing in the kitchen and want to combine warmth and coolness, Torquay fits the bill. It is like the little black dress of a worktop. It pretty much goes with anything, and we have seen it paired with so many other fascinating natural and engineered stones with a lot more fullness in character. Torquay is calm and smooth. It has depth, and it has so much elegance and beauty to your home.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £277 m2 in 20 mm / £322 m2 in 30 mm
Torquay blends the worlds of warmth and calm in any environment.

Swanbridge, one of the best cambria quartz colors 

Swanbridge is overall a very cool Marvel design. It is grain full, and you can feel its calm. Moreover, you can pair it pretty much with any cabinet. Also, we can say that it goes exceptionally well with white cabinets, as we have seen them the most. But also, because it has a lot of mid-tones, you can pair it with even darker cabinets that are coming back on trends. So if you want a calm, cool, worktop Swanbridge, it’s the right one.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £277 m2 in 20 mm / £322 m2 in 30 mm
Swanbridge is a calm and serene worktop material that you can with any kitchen style.

Whitney, a Cambria Quartz with Sparkle

Whitney has a feminine sophistication to it. When you get up close, it has an overall white background. It’s cool. And then you have all of these shimmery glimmering silvers. But what I love is when well lit, it should come to life in a little bit of a subtle, glamorous way. Now I’ve seen Whitney used in so many different areas, beyond beautiful powder baths to sophisticated offices, even in restaurants. I’ve walked into place or seeing Whitney, and it just stands and bring any environment to like.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £277 m2 in 20 mm / £322 m2 in 30 mm
Whitney offers glamourous quartz crystals scattered over a white base.

Gladstone is probably the best cambria quartz for cherry cabinets 

Cambria Gladstonedisplays the ultimate matte finish. It has a creamy white backdrop with swooping charcoal veins and some crackly, wispy, organic elements. It is a design that you can utilize the whole slab. And has excellent yield because it is a timeless worktop that won’t fade nor discolour over time. In addition, Gladstone gives you a perfect marble look without its maintenance.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £495m2 in 20 mm / £525 m2 in 30 mm
Gladstone offers marbled charcoal veins on a white backdrop

The Cambria Grey Quartz Colours

The most popular grey Cambria quartz colours bring class and longevity to bathrooms and kitchens.

Whisley, one of best Cambria quartz for oak cabinets 

Whisley overall is a very neutral design. It’s cool, but it has a lot of these tops swirling in with some white whisk. And what I love is there are a few black quartz crystals through the surface. A great way to tie into that is with modern black kitchens that are coming in right now. You can use Whisley with black cabinets, but you can also use it with your very classic and timeless white cabinets. Timeless and versatile. That is Whilsley!

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £255 m2 in 20 mm / £292 m2 in 30 mm
Whilsley is one of the marbled grey Cambria Quartz colours for the countertop.

Cambria Crowndale is a part of Cambria’s Revolutionary Waterstone collection.

Overall, Crowndale has the gracious spirit to it. It is Pauling, but when you get up close, you see the intricacies of the gold, which are a bit glimmering and shimmering in there. And that really will match well with what we’re seeing in kitchens and homes today, even in a glam powder. So back when you’re bringing in all of those materials of gold, Crown Tail overall has an incredible feeling. But the cold is a touch of warmth. So, therefore, it’s incredibly versatile and everlasting.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £255 m2 in 20 mm / £292 m2 in 30 mm
Crowndale feels cold from afar, but it offers warmth from up-close.

Montgomery is amongst the Cambria quartz best sellers

Montgomery is soft and enchanting. It’s elegant, and it has colour. But it’s a neutral colour. You could call it a pale turquoise blue. It is soft, and it’s not too overpowering. It can just live in a space in a very neutral way. You can even call natural concrete a nice pairing with Montgomery because they have that same subtle, cloudy movement. Montgomery is versatile not only in a coastal setting. You can use it in so many different scenarios, even in your kid’s bathroom and with a little bit of colour. Or you’re in a coastal setting or up north. If you want to have a beautiful kitchen, that’s just different.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £255 m2 in 20 mm / £292 m2 in 30 mm
Montgomery offers grey and white tones with hints of pale turquoise to bring a coastal feel to any space.

Galloway, an excellent option if you are looking for Cambria quartz countertop ideas 

Galloway is a trendy design of Cambria. It is dynamic, but it’s neutral at the same time. So when you get in here and look, you see you have the creams and the white in the background, which are versatile to go with all the different materials in kitchens today. Similarly, this quartz adds just a hint of glams, and when you look at these undulating patterns, you see a larger size of coarse crystals coated by a bit of shimmery gold. But it’s not a bright gold. It’s a little bit more of a muted gold. So again, that adds to the overall neutral look of Galloway. But you can bring a special surprise to your kitchen because of the beautiful crystally veins.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £277 m2 in 20 mm / £322 m2 in 30 mm
Galloway offers fine crystals scattered over the surface.

Harlech is a great option from Cambria quartz for bathrooms 

Cambria Harlech is a creation from 2016, inspired by the trends coming out of Europe, specifically in Milan and Paris. And that was opulent as gold. So, the manufacturer decided to take the first tones as a backdrop but pumping it up with a bit of glittery glam on the surfaces. It brought to life Harlech. When you look at this design overall, there is a lot of veining going on when you look at the whole slab. But you need to look at the applications because you can see how it comes to light when you start to intersect all of these what I call kind of a stealing metallic, darker Gray. With all these background colours that are going on. You have a Hazelnut; you have a light Gray and some black tops of colours that complement any setting.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £277 m2 in 20 mm / £322 m2 in 30 mm
Harlech takes inspiration from glamourous design trends in Milan and Paris.

Skye, Cambria Quartz with Blue

Cambria Skye is a vibrant design with a lot going on. With so much energy in this design, there is vibrancy within the different shades of blue. But, moreover, you have turquoise, you have classic blue, and they’re intertwining. So it almost looks a little bit like Google Earth. And then you have these twists and veins of white and just a little bit soft, subtle black. So you do with Skye.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £255 m2 in 20 mm / £292 m2 in 30 mm
When you look at Skye close-up, you can see intertwined oceanic veins.

Brittanica Gold takes inspiration from White marble with Gold Veins

Cambria Brittanicca Gold is a part of Cambria’s signature, iconic Marble Collection and trendy design. The rusty goal that is throughout this quartz design takes inspiration from a Roth in Greece. Therefore it’s reminiscent of the Greek island. It’s a beautiful, warm backdrop, which pairs with Winterbourne, another Cambria white colour design. And in the video below, you can also see bold, translucent veins going through other crackling patterns. Brittanicca Gold gives your kitchen a lot of complexity, yet it still has a calmness to it. This colour can go with so many different cabinets, whether it’s warm, honey white, or even we would say chocolate or Hazel, that pair beautifully with Brittanicca Gold.

  • Slab size: 3360 x 1660 mm
  • Thicknesses: 20 mm and 30 mm
  • Price: £495 m2 in 20 mm / £525 m2 in 30 mm
Brittanicca Gold borrows inspiration from the Greek Isles.

How to Install a Cambria Quartz Worktop

Now that you have seen some of the marvellous designs from this brand, you may be wondering how you can install your Cambria quartz worktops.

Professional stonemasons should conduct a quartz worktop installation due to the weight and complexity of fabricating the material. But if you want to know what a worktop installer does during a Cambria countertop installation, you can watch the video below.

This video shows the installation of Cambria Summerhill kitchen worktops.

Conclusion

By now, you may have seen quite a few of our videos showing the eternal beauty and detailed patterns of the different quartz designs from this brand. However, if you compare Cambria Quartz prices to other brands, you will likely find that they tend to be a bit more expensive. If this brand is out of your budget, you can check our CRL Quartz worktop collection.

It is because rather than sourcing cheap quartz minerals from Asian countries, the brand uses its own. Similarly, the team at Cambria Quartz Surfaces take a lot of pride in their products and quality-inspect each slab by hand. So if you are looking for la CReme de la Creme when it comes to quartz worktops, this collection is just for you!

This photo shows the best selling colours of Cambria in 2021 and trends for 2022.

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Maria Kairuz Worktop Library

The Author: Maria Kairuz, co-owner of The Worktop Library in London, has vast experience and deep research on stone worktop materials. As a result, she attracted a following made of architects, interior designers, property developers, and design enthusiasts around London and the UK. However, she is not your average stone worktop specialist.

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