Cambria Countertops & Benjamin Moore Paints

Cambria & Benjamin Moore - A perfect match

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Complement Your Cambria Countertops with Coordinated Benjamin Moore Paint Colors

Your kitchen is a major investment, and you want everything to come together perfectly. With so many important decisions to be made, color choices can be a major challenge. Kitchen Views strives to provide you with all the information you need to make educated choices.

Cambria, makers of beautiful quartz countertops, has recently announced that their palette is now paired with designer selected Benjamin Moore paint colors and it’s available online! Knowing that color professionals have provided this guidance will give you peace of mind in completing your kitchen design. Check out the new tool here.

Cambria is a natural stone surface that is elegant and practical. There is no safer surface for food preparation. If you are building or remodeling your kitchen or bath, you will appreciate the beautiful collection of colors and the exceptional performance that Cambria offers. Simply select your Cambria choice and the online tool will automatically generate compatible Benjamin Moore paint colors from pre-selected palettes.  Because they were created by color professionals and designers, you can feel confident when choosing a paint color to complement your countertops.

National Lumber, parent company of Kitchen Views, is a proud Benjamin Moore paints retailer. Learn more about Benjamin Moore products and where to buy them on National Lumber’s dealer website.

Whether you select Cambria or another countertop material, a Kitchen Views designer will help you to sort through the wide array of choices to find the material that works best for you and your lifestyle.

Amy Mood
Kitchen Views at National Lumber
71 Maple Street, Mansfield, MA 02048
Phone: 508-339-8020

1 Response to “Cambria Countertops & Benjamin Moore Paints”

  1. 1 Garden State Soapstone September 1, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    Cambria is an interesting material, but I wouldn’t call it the best surface for foods.

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