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The Best of Cambria Countertops

As we often tell clients, quartz countertops are such a wonderful option for homeowners looking for durable, low maintenance, quality surfaces in their kitchen or bath. With quartz, you don’t have to sacrifice form over function. These days, the colors of quartz are just as beautiful as any natural stone and as chic as any trendy material you might also consider.

Cambria is a leader in quartz countertops and one of our most used resources for clients’ countertops. Their quality and customer service are excellent, and from a design point-of-view, their color options are diverse and stylish. Additionally, their edge profiles are vast and innovative. Read on for some of our current favorites from Cambria.

TORQUAY

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Torquay offers the bright, fluid beauty of Carrara marble without the stress and maintenance. Stunning in either a kitchen or bath.
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SEAGROVE

Seagrove Cambria Quartz Countertop Image via Cambria

Resembling a creamy granite with dramatic and beautiful contrast, Seagrove is a great option for someone who wants the look of granite, but the low-maintenance durability of quartz.
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BLACKWOOD

Blackwood Cambria Quartz Countertop Image via Cambria

Black countertops are very diverse. You can achieve a modern look with a simple edge profile or a classic aesthetic with white shaker cabinets. Blackwood is a great, classic black. Try it in a chiseled edge for some texture and intrigue.
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DEVON

Devon Cambria Quartz Countertop Image via Cambria

A modern gray-brown, Devon is neutral enough to adapt to different styles. Depending on your cabinet choice and edge profile, it could go contemporary or classic.
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PRAA SANDS

Praa Sands Cambria Quartz Countertop Image via Cambria

A white background with beautiful contrasting colors coming through, Praa Sands is sophisticated, light and versatile. Great for a kitchen or bath. Try it in their Mesa edge for some drama.
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Blackwood Cambria Quartz Countertop