Cambria Berkeley and Rosslyn Countertop Designs

This August, Cambria has released two new countertop designs: Berkeley and Rosslyn.  Berkeley is a new part of Cambria’s Waterstone Collection. Here’s what Cambria says about this new design and the origin of its name:

“Berkeley takes its name from a southern English town, and its inspiration from the river that runs through it. Hints of copper and a smattering of bronze swim among a riverbed of sandy tones, infusing this tastefully restrained design with equal parts verve and elegance.” 

Learn more about the Berkeley design on Cambria’s website.

Cambria’s other new August release, Rosslyn, is a part of their Jewel Collection. Here’s what Cambria has to say about Rosslyn:

Like the sunlight that pierces the mysterious shadows of the wondrous Rosslyn Chapel [in Scotland], this design’s striking metallic golds shimmer against a nuanced background of taupe and tans in a masterful addition to the Jewel Collection.

Learn more about the Rosslyn design on Cambria’s website.

These and many other quartz countertop designs are available from all Kitchen Views showrooms.

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1 Response to “Cambria Berkeley and Rosslyn Countertop Designs”


  1. 1 James October 2, 2012 at 4:09 pm

    I love the descriptions about the design. It’s poetic and artful, completely representing the very essence of the counter top design itself 🙂


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