Cambria, the only family-owned, American-made producer of quartz surfaces in the United States, has long been known for offering a quick response to customers’ needs in color and design. This April, Cambria announced that it is releasing new designs for 2012. At least eight designs will be developed and announced throughout the year, and each design will continue the Cambria tradition of being named after a location in Wales or England.
“Our 2012 designs embody our dedication and commitment to innovation and the constant evolution of Cambria,” said Peter Martin, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Business Partner Services at Cambria. “These looks, once thought impossible in quartz, are changing today’s stone industry and are a big part of making Cambria the number one quartz provider in North America today.”
The first two designs announced for 2012 are Laneshaw and Armitage, built upon the design palette of the Waterstone collection. Laneshaw, named for a village in northwest England, “embraces a sea of brown tones, tan and black with subtle hints of white and a veil of gold shimmer” while Armitage, named after a canal in England, “appears dark and deep with blends of black and gray, providing a neutral canvas for random hints of copper and orange.”
To learn more about Cambria’s latest designs, visit www.CambriaUSA.com.