Which Cambria looks most like marble?
BRITTANICCA 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.
What is the most marble looking quartz?
If you want quartz countertops, backsplashes, vanity tops or other surfaces that look like marble, Vena Statuario Bianco Quartz is one of your top options.
- 5111 Statuario Nuvo Caesarstone Quartz.
- 5143 White Attica Caesarstone Quartz.
- 5031 Statuario Maximus Caesarstone Quartz.
How much is Cambria Britannica per square foot?
The average cost of Cambria quartz countertops is $55 to $125 per square foot including installation. The price will vary depending on the color and thickness of the quartz slab. Most people spend between $2,000 and $4,000 in total to have Cambria quartz countertops installed.
What backsplash goes with Cambria Swanbridge?
This kitchen features white cabinets and Cambria Swanbridge as the countertop. Swanbridge consists of a marbled gray background with hints of charcoal. This simple top pairs well with the black, gray and white horizontal backsplash pattern.
What Cambria has sparkle?
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 allows it to match a wide variety of cabinets and flooring.
Which is better marble or quartz?
In general, quartz is the more durable of the two materials: it better resists scratches and bacteria and requires less care and maintenance. However, marble does outperform quartz in heat resistance. As an engineered stone created with resin, quartz is not very heat-resistant.
Is Cambria more expensive than granite?
Although Cambria can run a bit more expensive than lower grade Granite, the more desirable premium Granite is consistently more expensive than Cambria, often making Cambria the more affordable choice.
Is Cambria more expensive than quartz?
Luckily for you, both Cambria quartz and granite are similar in price. Granite is $35 to $100, per square foot. Cambria quartz is slightly more expensive and typically goes for between $50 – $120, depending on the dealer.
How do I choose a backsplash with quartz countertops?
Variations of the Same Color For example, if you select a dark gray quartz countertop, select lighter gray tiles for your backsplash. If you choose a quartz countertop with a lot of veining, consider selecting backsplash tiles that compliment the veining in the countertops.
Can Cambria be used as a backsplash?
Whether it reaches from counter to ceiling or just to the cabinetry, using Cambria as a kitchen backsplash provides another stylish option from traditional tile, with the added benefits of durability and easy-clean convenience (no grout lines to clean).