The Top 15 Most Popular Cambria Quartz Colors With Pictures
UPDATED June 8th, 2021 | New Rankings, New Pictures
One question you might be asking is, “what are the most popular Cambria Quartz colors?” We got the answer by breaking down the 15 most popular colors from Cambria based on the number of searches and sales done by consumers in America. In no particular order, we have listed and expanded on these desired Cambria Quartz Countertop designs to save you from aimlessly searching!
Grand and majestic in stature, Cambria Brittanicca Quartz is one of our most popular selling Quartz colors. Brittanicca quartz features huge swooping gray veins that mimic natural marble without maintenance. By far, the #1 Most Popular Cambria Quartz color, Brittanicca Quartz, was released back in 2015 and has paved the way for different colorways of this design to flourish.
Flowing, multi-hued streams of copper-gold, fog, and translucent greige course through this grand design accompanied by wisps and ribbons of warm earth tones against a temperate white background. Cambria Brittanicca Gold, inspired by its Brittanicca parent, matches well with any shade of light or dark brown cabinets. BrittaniccaGold, over the years, has retained its #2 popularity position, proving to be a great color to lighten and brighten your space and retain some of the warmer tones you have throughout your home, furniture, cabinets, and cabinets more.
3. SKARA BRAE
Set against a bone-white marbled backdrop, Skara Brae has bold translucent olive green veins plunging in various directions with subtle white and black tributaries interspersed throughout. Cambria Skara Brae doubles down on the boldness and width of most veins to create spectacular countertops, especially for kitchen islands. Skara Brae has surged in popularity! Since posting this article in 2020, Skara Brae has become the 3rd most popular Cambria quartz design due to its bright whites and bold contrasting veins, outweighing our previous #3 pick, Brittanicca Warm.
Portrush features an elegant porcelain base crisscrossed with bold navy, gray, and black veins accompanied by finespun filaments and gleaming gold flakes. Cambria Portrush is one of the newest Cambria quartz colors and definitely does not disappoint. It pairs a refreshed marble look with the famous patterns of Brittanicca with contrasting blue veins.
Another design that was at the bottom of our Top 15 Most popular Cambria list, Portrush, was released at the start of 2020 as part of Cambria’s 20th Anniversary Event and has soared to the top of the popularity chart. In just one year, Cambria Portrush Quartz has made some big waves in the Countertop Industry. Started from the bottom, now we’re here, at #4, as compared to #15.
Warm translucent grey veins stream across a temperate white backdrop like venerable old rivers flowing into a fog-bound harbor. Cambria Brittanicca Warm is excellent for people who want a more subdued look with neutral colors without losing the desired veining.
Brittanicca Warm, originally released in 2019, has maintained its popularity as one of the Top 5 Most Popular Cambria Colorsbut has taken a backseat lately to Portrush and Skara Brae. Brittanicca Warm was our 3rd most popular Cambria color but dropped down to position #5.
An instant classic, Cambria Torquay offers a beautiful marble-like appearance that’s both posh and continental, much like this English Riviera town itself. Cambria Torquay is versatile in that it can match with both light and dark cabinets.
Torquay is a classic white that will never go out of style, but we’re seeing a lot of people opt for the big, veiny patterns like Brittanicca instead of Torquay. Due to this, Torquay dropped one position, making it the 6th most popular instead of #5.
Montgomery is a refined study of whites, ivories, and creams coalescing with subtle, understated veins of seafoam green and a light dusting of pearlescent sparkle. Cambria Montgomery has a unique color palette that matches a wide variety of cabinets and flooring.
Montgomery Cambria Quartz has taken the 7th most popular color slot in 2021, which once belonged to Cambria Weybourne. Cambria Weybourne just hasn’t been as popular this year, making its way out of the Top 15 Most Popular list. Montgomery moved up two spots, proving that people really love the beachy, airy, and light feeling of Montgomery Cambria Quartz.
Berwyn convenes swirls of whites, ivories, and creams with subtle gray veins and hints of gold and silver radiance throughout. Cambria Berwyn offers the various patterns people desire that are usually not found in lighter surfaces. This beautiful quartz countertop shines bright and will light up any kitchen with ample lighting.
Berwyn is a great granite alternative that we think will always be popular. Although Cambria Berwyn has dropped a couple of positions from last year, taking a backseat to some of the newer designs released last year. Berwyn was our 5th most popular Cambria color in 2020 but has dropped to #8 on our Cambria popularity list.
Taking its cue from the linear configuration of buildings in the village of Ellastone, Ella features a lattice of lines and intersections embedded in a marbled dove-gray background. Cambria Ella is the perfect choice for those wanting their countertops to have veins and a simplistic, ornate appearance.
Ella has been a longtime favorite of quartz lovers due to its white marbled look. However, Cambria released a similar design in 2020 named Gladstone, giving Cambria Ella Quartz a run for its money! Due to the addition of Cambria Gladstone, Ella’s popularity has fallen. What once was our 8th most popular color now #9. Not too bad of a dip!
Offering timeless allure, Colton™ is warm and creamy with rusty brownish-gray inscriptions and small white patches. One of the Colors released during Cambria’s 20th Anniversary event in 2020, Colton Cambria Quartz is one of the breakthrough designs from that release. Colton was not on our top15 most popular Cambria quartz color list in 2020 but has busted through to spot #10 in 202, replacing Cambria Summerhill as the 10th most popular design.
Combining true strength and delicate beauty, Ironsbridge’s intriguing design blends liquid honey accents with patchworks of grays, whites, and cream to beautifully merge warm and cool tones in delightful harmony. Cambria Ironsbridge combines the natural look of most stones with extremely understated veining that fades in and out throughout this alluring quartz countertop.
Gaining two spots this year, Ironsbridge Cambria Quartz has risen in popularity due to its subtle but balanced mixture of whites, creams, and tan. It’s a great transitional color, sure to lighten and brighten your space while adding some texture to your Countertops.
Marble-like waves of dark gray and black swirl about a backdrop of creams and light gray; Bellingham proves casual can also be elegant. Cambria Bellingham features the desired coloring to match most cabinets with the adaptability for most home spaces.
Bellingham has long been a popular option for granite countertop alternatives, and from 2020 to 2021, it has only dropped down 1 position in popularity.
Calm and serene with dramatic accents, Summerhill is named for the Welsh coastal village where stately clouds drift gently out to sea across a silver-dappled sky. Cambria Summerhill is a gorgeous quartz countertop that teases a subtle, light background with large, sparkling gray veining.
A marbled background with grays and pinpoints of charcoal summon up images of the stony beach along Sully Island, where pirates walked within sight of the Welsh hamlet of Swanbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan. Cambria Swanbridge is a fantastic alternative to the bright white quartz countertops and has subtle patterns that won’t overwhelm you.
Compared to 2020, Swanbridge held the #6 most popular rank, but in 2021 we’ve seen Swanbridge’s popularity dip down to #14. Still popular and still in the top 15, but with styles changing all the time, Swanbridge has taken a backseat to other designs.
Windermere is busy and eclectic with dynamic shades of gray and cream that flirt with flecks of golden copper. Cambria Windermere is a brilliant shade of beige that will look darker or lighter depending on the coordinating cabinet colors.
A growing trend we’ve seen over the past few years, traditional warm countertops colors like Windermere are falling in popularity. In 2020, Windermere was the 12th most popular color, but more and more people are moving away from traditional style kitchens for white and bright kitchens. However, Windermere is still popular enough to be considered a granite dupe or alternative.
What is Cambria Quartz?
Cambria is a natural quartz countertop and surfacing product made of pure, natural quartz, which is ranked as the fourth hardest material on Mohs’ scale of mineral hardness. The strength of quartz makes it an ideal substance for countertops as it is harder to scratch than porous granite countertops. Cambria Quartz is an American-made engineered stone made of 93% quartz and 7% resins and dyes. Combining these substances allows Cambria to create stunning nonporous slabs that are scratch-resistant and stain-resistant. Uniting all of these factors together means that Cambria Quartz Surfaces are completely maintenance-free and more popular than ever.
Most Popular Cambria Quartz Colors 2020 vs. 2021 [Infographic]
Check out this diagram, showing each design’s popularity and how they changed in ranking from 2020 to 2021.