Natural quartz, which is sourced from granite, is combined with a resin that acts as a binder and colorant to create a Cambria kitchen countertop. Therefore, the countertop is called quartz. Similar to a granite countertop, this procedure creates a durable, low-maintenance, high-performance surface.
With a wide and expanding color palette and alluring patterns not seen in other quartz countertop manufacturers, Cambria countertops provide plenty of creative flexibility.
Like granite, slabs are either 2 cm or 3 cm thick, and laminated countertop edges may have edges as large as 6 cm. This range allows for a variety of edge designs, such as intricate, "fancy," and slab-like edges.
The Best Kitchen Cambria Countertop Models
Cambria is a great material for kitchen islands, kitchen countertops, and bathroom vanities. You can also cover walls and showers with tiles.
Our Cambria Cambria Countertop Models
2. Archdale Slab
4. Big Sur Mist Gensler
5. Brittanicca Gold
6. Brittanicca Warm
12. Foggy City Gensler
22. Rose Bay
24. Salt Lake Gensler
26. Snowdon White
Cambria kitchen countertops cannot be utilized outdoors for an outdoor kitchen, like all manufactured quartz surfaces. When exposed to sunlight and UV radiation, the glue holding the quartz together will become yellow. As many people believe, quartz countertops are not completely damage-proof.