Cambria, a producer of American-made quartz surfaces, announced the addition of three new designs to its existing palette. Revealed at the 2022 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), the new designs are full of contrasts in texture and color, and offer sophisticated options for designers and builders to bring into their projects.
The new designs include:
- Inverness Frost™(pictured): An off-white on white design featuring subtle debossing for a textured, organic feel.
- Oakleigh™: Deep-black and gold veins are juxtaposed on a white canvas for a high-contrast look.
- Delamere™: A neutral design with white veining floating on a chocolate brown background.
“This launch adds to Cambria’s design arsenal, expanding the resources available to create a compelling design for any space in any style,” said Summer Kath, EVP of Design at Cambria. “These one-of-a-kind designs offer the visual and textural interest that designers, builders, and homeowners are looking for, all in Cambria’s maintenance-free, easy-to-clean quartz product.”
The new designs are available in Cambria Matte® and high gloss finishes, with up to 19 different edge profile treatments, and in 2cm and 3cm thicknesses in jumbo size slabs, 132-in. by 65.5-in. Cambria quartz surfaces are nonabsorbent, hygienic, maintenance free, and resistant to chips, scratches and stains.
Cambria is responsibly mined with its quarry sites fully restored after quartz extraction. The company recycles 100 percent of its water used in manufacturing and fabrication, saving an estimated 1.6 billion gallons annually. Cambria is Declare certified, is certified NSF-51 safe for use as a food preparation surface, and has achieved GREENGUARD Gold certification for low VOC emissions.