Cambria is a natural, quartz surfacing product that has a variety of uses. Cambria surfaces are 93% pure quartz. It is nonporous and nonabsorbent, and will not draw in moisture from raw or leftover food. It gives off zero emissions, and no radon. All Cambria surfaces are certified by GREENGUARD as a low-emitting product for indoor air quality. Some of Cambria designs have the natural look and feel of granite, marble and other quarried stones, but feature superior performance because of its strength and durability. Cambria does not need periodic sealing, polishing or reconditioning, making it a maintenance- free surfacing product.

Each image represents a design from its respective Cambria design collection.There are currently eight Cambria; collections: Waterstone, Quarry, Classic, Cambrian, Desert, Jewel, Marble & Coastal.

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cambria(galloway)Galloway (From Coastal collection)

Deep and mysterious like the waters off a rocky coast, Galloway lures furtive glances. It is a mix of sea, sand and time and shines like a luminescent pearl inside a rough and blackened oyster shell.

cambria(Parys)Parys (From Jewel Collection)

Combines jolts of electric blue and shimmering gray, this stunning design is reminiscent of the early morning mist rising off Parys Mountain in northeast Anglesey, Wales.

cambria(canterbury)Canterbury (From Cambrian Collection)

A regal design with a refreshingly modern feel, Canterbury offers rich, warm tones of wood, leather, and stone befitting an ancient abbey or country manor found in the southeast county of Kent.

cambria(cuddington)Cuddington (From Desert Collection)

The epitome of warmth and comfort, Cuddington features a neutral beige palette sprinkled with cinnamon flecks. Neat and tidy, it epitomizes the town of Cuddington, self named as “Britain’s Best Kept Village.”

cambria(torquay)Torquay (From Marble Collection)

An instant classic, Torquay offers a beautiful marble-like appearance thats both posh and continental, much like this English Riviera town itself.

cambria(laneshaw)*Laneshaw (From Waterstone collection)

Named for a centuries-old village in northwest England, Laneshaw’s mysterious sea of brown tones, tan and black is a grand statement-maker.

cambria(coswellcream)Coswell Cream (From Classic Collection)

Like the sandy beaches of its namesake bay on the southwest coast of Wales, Coswell Cream calls for calm and relaxation. A soothing blend of cream, white and tan sets an easy-going pace and couldn’t be more versatile.

cambria(kingston)Kingston (From Quarry Collection)

Saxon kings were once crowned in this southwest London settlement, a fitting tribute to the statement-making Kingston. An artful study in contrasts, highlighting a decidedly modern mix of black, white and olive tones.