I am so honored to be attending the Cambria Style Makers Design Summit next week! In the past, I’ve used Cambria’s natural, quartz surfacing products in my designs, and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to learn more about what Cambria has to offer!
One of Cambria’s more unorthodox products is a favorite of mine. I use it in my own home. I was given a Cambria cheese board as a gift. It’s made out of Torquay, their style that most looks like gray and white Carrara marble. The board is beautiful, and I’ve used it a few times when hosting social gatherings. It is easy to keep clean, and it doesn’t stain or show watermarks or soap scum. I love it!
Cambria makes beautiful products, in my opinion. I love how many different designs and colors they have. Best of all, the virtually indestructible nature and worry-free maintenance of Cambria surfaces make them a great option. I look forward to installing more Cambria in design projects. Particularly, I’d like to use one of Cambria’s white designs, like Brittanicca, in a waterfall island for a transitional kitchen.
Here’s some information about Cambria Quartz:
Cambria is a stain resistant, nonporous, natural quartz surface that is harder, safer, and easier to care for than other surfaces. Its nonabsorbent nature protects against more than just stains – it’s also extremely hygienic. Cambria’s industry-leading design palette of vibrant colors and striking movement has captured the attention of the industry and the imagination of the consumer. Cambria continues to push the envelope of innovation by developing additional designs to meet the demands of the most discerning consumers and designers. For more about Cambria, visit their website.
Friday, June 3rd, 2016