BE INSPIRED, BE BOLD, BE INNOVATIVE, AND BE REVOLUTIONARY. Celebrating 20 Years of Excellence and Innovation, Cambria Quartz, the industry’s leader in Quartz Countertops, is proud to announce their 20th Design Launch, adding 20 new designs to their collection, on their 20th Anniversary. 20/20/20/20! Cambria’s goal in their 20th year of Business? “[We want] to inspire and enable our customers and end-users to think differently about their spaces.” With exceptional Designs and out of this world Durability, made from the purest white Quartz on Earth, Cambria has proven that they are in it for the long haul, and there’s no slowing them down. Scroll below to learn more about Cambria Quartz’s History and to check out the BRAND-NEW Designs offered through your local Cambria Quartz Premier Dealer.
New Cambria Quartz 20th Anniversary Colors
Cambria has created 20 new, visually stunning designs for the year 2020 for its 20th Anniversary design launch for retail customers and designers alike. America’s favorite brand of quartz surfaces released the following new colors on January 20th, 2020: Portrush, Sutherland, Gladstone, Brittanicca Block, Archdale, Charlestown, Clovelly, Smithfield, Malvern, Colton, Hawksmoore, Windrush, St. Giles, Whitby, Harrogate, Queensbury, Bridport, Buxton, Bradwell, and Woodcroft.
Clovelly Cambria Quartz
Similar to Brittanicca Gold, Clovelly Cambria Quartz features more distinct marble crinkling, with a lighter gold accenting waves throughout.GET PRICING
Malvern Cambria Quartz
Back and mysterious, Malvern features warm and cool grays on a white background, with some variation in background tones as well.GET PRICING
Windrush Cambria Quartz
Windrush’s light gray base and marble-colored veins create an aesthetic mix of complementary and contrasting colors.GET PRICING
Whitby Cambria Quartz
Cambria Whitby showcases light marble crinkling, against a creamy white background. A light marbled design, perfect for any space.GET PRICING
St. Giles Cambria Quartz
St. Giles features a light smattering of black marble veining, perfect for any gray or white kitchen.GET PRICING
Smithfield Cambria Quartz
Creamy white background and light brown crinkling veins come together to form Smithfield.GET PRICING
Queensbury Cambria Quartz
Queensbury features broad streams of gray, with navy blue overlays throughout the veins.GET PRICING
Portrush Cambria Quartz
Similar to Brittanicca, Portrush Cambria Quartz features navy blue accenting waves throughout the design.GET PRICING
Hawksmoore Cambria Quartz
Set on an ivory background color throughout, Hawksmoore features diagonal gray veins, making this design is a surefire crowd-pleaser.GET PRICING
Gladstone Cambria Quartz
Compared to Ella, Gladstone features much longer, thin veins going diagonally from corner to corner, on a marbled white background, with marble crinkling.GET PRICING
Sutherland Cambria Quartz
Navy blue veins accent this creamy white design. Sutherland is the perfect marble look to pair with white & navy cabinets.GET PRICING
Harrogate Cambria Quartz
On a bone-white background color, Harrogate features broad gray veins crashing into each other with hints of navy blue amongst the veins.GET PRICING
Colton Cambria Quartz
White background, featuring blue-gray and tan squiggly veins, Colton is a light marble feeling design.GET PRICING
Buxton Cambria Quartz
Different shades of tans and taupes swirl together in this design to create a softer, fuzzier version of New Quay, named Buxton.GET PRICING
Bridport Cambria Quartz
Bridport features a light, grayish-white background, with faint, but busy, light black marbling striations. A surefire hit in the making.GET PRICING
Charlestown Cambria Quartz
Think dark and stormy nights, with white lightning veins throughout. Charlestown embodies the night sky with soft flashes of white.GET PRICING
Woodcroft Cambria Quartz
Woodcroft is bold and black with sparkling golden lightning strikes and paler metallic streaks that drizzle like rain against a windowpane.GET PRICING
Archdale Cambria Quartz
Like the outlines of natural fissures in stone, Archdale features crisp veins that create a bold patternGET PRICING
Bradwell Cambria Quartz
Bradwell is a light gray quartz color with peeks of marble striations.GET PRICING
Brittanicca Block Cambria Quartz
Brittanicca Block offers an intriguing mosaic that creates interest without being overbearing. Horizontal blocks seem to expand the space where it’s featured.GET PRICING
What is Cambria Quartz?
Cambria is the leading brand of Man-made Quartz Surfaces used for Kitchen and Bathroom Countertops. Made in America, out of Grand LeSeur & Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Cambria is a Family-Owned Business that proudly employs over 2000 employees nationwide. Founded in 2000, the Davis Family decided to expand its fruitful and thriving Dairy Business by branching out into a different market, Quartz Processing. CEO Marty Davis’ friend came to the Davis’ with the investment opportunity, in which Mark Davis, Marty’s father, invested in. The Davis’ took a leap and forged this new path for their family, creating the popular brand of Quartz Countertops that we all know and love. Quartz itself is a rock hard mineral found in nature. The stone scores a 7 on the MoH’s Hardness Scale, three spots behind Diamonds, which are known as the hardest rock/gem/mineral on Earth (so hard you can cut with it!). The only thing hard enough to scratch a Cambria Countertop is another piece of Quartz itself. Cambria mines their own Quartz from their proprietary mines, searching for only the purest white pieces. The finished product ends up being an “Engineered Stone,” made up of 93% Crushed Quartz, and 7% Binders and Pigment. During the Manufacturing Process, the material is bound together with a small amount of binder, that renders the stone poreless, unlike Granite. Being Non-Porous, Cambria NEVER needs to be sealed like its Natural Stone Counterparts Granite and Marble. The finished product is an Ultra Durable, Scratch Resistant, Stain Resistant, Maintenance-Free Slab of Engineered Stone.
How Much Does Cambria Quartz Cost?
Depending on the Fabricator, the square foot price includes the Material, the Template of the Project, the Fabrication of the Countertops to your exact measurements, and the Installation of the Stone. Fabricators who don’t include Material, Template, Fabrication, and Installation in their square foot prices will often add those charges on à la carte at the end of a quote. This confuses customers, because they budget for the square footage cost of the material, and get blindsided when presented the bill because of extra charges they were unaware weren’t factored in already. In terms of pricing compared to Granite, Cambria falls around Level 2 Granite and up. With Cambria, you also don’t need to pay additional money towards the Sealing of the Countertops, as it is naturally Non-Porous and Stain Resistant. Professional Sealant Application can cost $200+, the price is normally determined by the amount of square footage that needs to be sealed. The only way to get an EXACT price for your space with Cambria Quartz Countertops is to Schedule a Free In-Home estimate Appointment with a Cambria Premier Dealer.
How to Buy Cambria Quartz Countertops
Cambria offers over 180 different designs to their Retail Customers. To buy Cambria Quartz, use Cambria’s Dealer Locator tool to find a Premier Dealer near you. International Granite and Stone offers customers a unique, In-Home Design Consultation meeting with the clients to accurately measure the space, bring out samples to view in the home, and offer key insights and design tips for each home. International Granite and Stone is a Cambria Premier Dealer.
International Granite and Stone: A Cambria Premier Dealer
What is a Cambria Premier Dealer? Cambria Premier Dealers are Countertop retailers that live up to Cambria’s highest standards of excellence and provide an exceptional Cambria sales and showroom experience. International Granite and Stone is a Cambria Premier Dealer, with over 18 years of Fabrication and Installation Experience in all types of Countertops. Cambria Premier Dealers Are:
- Cambria Premier Dealers work in conjunction with Cambria Corporate, to deliver a quality product, with the best customer service experience possible.
- Reputation is everything, especially in today’s online age, where reviews can make or break a company. Cambria Premier Dealers have to uphold the Cambria name and brand. If your fabricator can’t get Cambria, that means their work is not up to Cambria’s standards, and you should pick another fabricator.
- All Cambria material ordered from a Cambria Premier Dealer is 100% genuine Cambria Quartz. Many may imitate but no one can match the true beauty of a Cambria Quartz Original Design.
- Technology & Innovation drives the Quartz Surface Market further into the future. Premier Dealers must be innovative too, keeping up with today’s trends and styles. Technological advances that any Premier Dealer should offer are CNC Machinery, digital Design Layout, Installation Techniques, like a Mitered edge, and more.
- Hand-Picked By Cambria
- Only the finest fabricators are granted access to Cambria Quartz. Cambria handpicks and vets every distributor that they work with, to ensure a high level of quality and consistency that never tarnishes the Cambria name or experience.
Cambria Quartz’s Historical Timeline
2000: The Davis Family enters a new market, investing in Quartz Surfaces manufacturing & processing machines after a friend presented him with the opportunity. 2001: Cambria Quartz opens its 150,000 square foot Le Seur Processing Facility, committing themselves to customer service, customer satisfaction, and innovation. Cambria begins to manufacture tile, pairing with DuPont providing them slabs. 2003: Cambria breaks away from DuPont, and manufactures 33 designs for Countertops exclusively under the Cambria Quartz name. 2003: Cambria FabShop (a fabrication facility) and Quartz Surfaces (an installation service) are established in Minnesota to give the company hands-on knowledge and skills. 2003: Cambria is launched as a retail brand to the public in the spring of 2003. 2003: Cambria opens its first design studio in Minneapolis’ International Market Square. 2005: Cambria introduces their first designs, the Quarry Collection, featuring movement and a depth similar to that found in granite. 2006: Cambria invests $52 million into its Le Sueur plant, equipping it with the newest processing technology and more than doubling its building footprint to 350,000 square feet. 2009: Cambria establishes Cambria Mortgage, a Finance program for home improvement renovations. 2009: Cambria launches 16 new designs, adding to the Quarry Collection and Desert Collection, and expanding Cambria’s design palette to 64. 2010: Cambria unveils 21 new designs, The Cambrian Collection captures all the color, pattern, and movement of classic stone. The Jewel Collection designs feature shimmering crystals from deep within the surface. 2011: Cambria solidifies its position as the leader in innovation, introducing 12 new designs with the Waterstone Collection™. Inspired by the natural movement of water over stone, the collection incorporates technology that once seemed impossible for quartz. Cambria’s designs now total nearly 100. 2012: Cambria introduces six new designs, Armitage™, Lanseshaw™, Hollinsbrook™, Bradshaw™, and Berkeley™ join the Waterstone Collection™. Rosslyn™ joins the Jewel Collection™. 2012: Cambria app launches for iPhone and iPad 2013: Cambria doubles capacity by adding 408,000 square feet and two new production lines to the Minnesota processing facility. This is the second plant expansion in 12 years. 2014: Cambria introduces the Coastal Collection™ featuring the new design, Galloway™. 2014: Twenty new designs are added across five collections. Galloway™, Ellesmere™, Langdon™, Seagrove™, and Summerhill™ in the Coastal Collection™. Waterstone Collection™ designs of Berwyn™, Hampshire™, Montgomery™, Nevern™, and Wentwood™. Brighstone™, Daron™, and Menai™ in the Jewel Collection™. From the Marble Collection™, Castlemartin™, Fairbourne™, and Ramsey. Manchester™, Dunmore™, Kirkstead™, and Walton™in the Desert Collection 2015: Cambria begins its Premier Dealer program to recognize partnerships with best-in-class kitchen and bath retailers. Retailers must meet certain criteria to be awarded Premier Dealer status. 2015: Four new designs are introduced, including Roxwell™, Oakmoor™, Brittanicca™, and Ella™. This launch brings Cambria’s offerings to 126 designs amongst nine collections. 2016: Nine new Designs debut including Swanbridge™, Carrick™, Weybourne™, Helmsley™, Harlech™, Princetown™, Hadley™, Canongate™, and Kentmere™ 2017: Eight New Designs, Annicca™, Clareanne™, Queen Anne™, Rose Bay™, Rosedale™, Beaumont™, Kelvingrove™, and Skye make their way showrooms across the country retailing Cambria Quartz. 2017: Cambria creates a new Matte finish for their designs. 2017: Brittanicca Gold™, Brittanicca Warm™, Ironsbridge™, Delgatie™, and Highgate™ round out the Marble Collection, capitalizing on Brittanicca’s success. 2018: Legend of Cambria short film divulging on the rich Welsh history of the Davis Family, is aired during Super Bowl commercials. 2018: Five new designs grace the Cambria Shelves, Mersey™, Skara Brae™, Bridgewater™, Blackpool Matte™, and Levven™. 2018: More designs flood the market, including Crowndale™, Winterbourne™, Pendle Hill™, Wisley™, and Havergate™ 2018: The Davis Family moves ahead with purchasing a Cambria Quartz Mine, to further their efforts of sustainability 2018: Bentley™, Islington™, Mayfair™, Golden Dragon™, Marwell™, Huntley™, Myddleton™, and Baybridge™ are added to the Cambria Quartz Design Line Up 2020: Cambia launches 20 new designs for their 20th anniversary.
Cambria Quartz 20th Anniversary