With its swoon-worthy movement and powerful gray veining, our Brittanicca design has been a standout since hitting the scene. Offering all the glamour of marble countertops without the worry of staining or etching, this natural stone beauty has substance to spare.
One of things we love most about Brittanicca™ is its versatility. This design can take center stage in a subdued aesthetic, add pattern-on-pattern boldness in an eclectic space, or even serve as a balanced neutral. Timeless and elegant, it always delivers no matter your personal style.
Here are a few of our favorite Brittanicca installs, three distinct styles – each stunning in its own way.
- Minimalist modern. This sleek space by Jaclyn Peters turns Brittanicca on its head, adding a striking backsplash to complement the countertops. A Cambria backsplash is a great way to showcase more design beauty, create a cohesive flow, and boost the fuss-free benefits in your kitchen. Matte-black knobs, pulls, and faucet lend mod flair to this white kitchen, while rattan Palecek barstools add organic texture and earthy tones.
- Pattern play. When it comes to pattern, Brittanicca plays well with others, as seen in this kitchen renovation by Kaitlin Innis of Green Home Chicago. A Fireclay Tile backsplash featuring the Kasbah Trellis pattern creates a bold focal point above the stove, adding depth and height. Stone-gray subway tile and herringbone flooring make the perfect angular contrast to accentuate Brittanicca’s free-flowing veins. The Cambria kitchen peninsula and table paired with white cabinetry offer ample storage and surface space to optimize every inch of this kitchen. See more of this stylish reno here.
A mix of pattern and texture delights in this fresh kitchen space by Kaitlin Innis.
- Light-filled luxury. “Great room” doesn’t quite cut it as a descriptor for this gorgeous space by husband-and-wife duo Bryan Baeumler and Sarah Baeumler. In stunning symmetry, Brittanicca serves as a sky-high backsplash in the kitchen and a majestic fireplace surround in the living room. The great room is luxurious, open, and airy with a White Cliff™ kitchen island, pristine dining table, and exposed blonde-wood beams. Gold finishes and accents from the kitchen seating and lighting to the mantel’s mirror complete the look with inviting elegance. Tour the entire home here.
This great room by Bryan and Sarah Baeumler takes Brittanicca to new heights as a kitchen backsplash and fireplace surround.
If you love the movement of Brittanicca but are seeking different tones for your space, consider its sister designs, Brittanicca Gold and Brittanicca Warm. Brittanicca Gold showcases natural gold veining and coppery beige tones. Brittanicca Warm offers a creamy, warmer white base with translucent greige veining. All three Brittanicca designs are gorgeous and versatile, so it’s best to order samples to compare.