Cambria has launched two new designs, Laneshaw (right) and Armitage (left), which capture the natural veining of marble and granite while offering the strength of quartz. Both materials continue the company’s tradition of being named after a location in Wales or England. Like the centuries-old village in northwest England, Laneshaw embraces brown tones, tan and black with subtle hints of white and a touch of gold shimmer. Armitage, named after a canal in England’s West Midlands region, blends black and gray, providing a neutral canvas for random flecks of copper and
Radianz Quartz, a division of Samsung, has added four new colors to its growing collection of surface material. The latest hues include Gold Canyon Gray, Midnight Sapphire, Imperial Gray (pictured) and Gentle Gray. Gold Canyon Gray was created to reflect light and luxury, while Midnight Sapphire channels the tranquility of the ocean, and Imperial Gray reflects golden hues, mimicking ancient jewelry. Radianz is comprised of more than 93 percent natural quartz crystals that are blended together with polymers for a smooth high-gloss material that does not require chemical sealing.