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Coinciding with the quartz-surface manufacturer’s 20th anniversary, Cambria has introduced 20 new designs to its extensive portfolio. Featuring a palette that ranges from neutral whites and greys to richer black and metallic tones, the quartz surfaces utilize technology that results in random veining, making them ideal for large-scale applications. Each of the new designs are available in matte or high-gloss finishes, 19 different edge profiles and almost all come in two or three centimetre thicknesses. 

Part of the marble surface series, Bradwell is a serene mix of medium grey tones with delicate dark grey strands and clusters, whose depth is revealed with closer inspection.

The parallel arrangement of Brittanicca Block showcases the surface’s unique veining and sets mid-tone greys against a milky white background. 

The dramatic depth of Charlestown’s deep charcoal grey is accentuated by lighter grey and white veining that meanders irregularly across the surface giving it a ripple-like effect. 

An elegant porcelain, Portrush is defined by criss-crossing navy, grey and black veins that are interspersed with fine-spun filaments and gleaming gold flakes.  

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