Have your sights set on Bentley? This beautiful Cambria design features a white background intersected with bold, translucent black and charcoal veins along with muted light gray spatters throughout.
Cambria designs with movement and veining add interest and character to a décor scheme. Both bold and versatile, the iconic black and white Bentley design fits seamlessly into any interior design aesthetic and combines design and durability—Cambria natural quartz surfaces are nonabsorbent, scratch and stain resistant, and maintenance-free—for a lifetime of beauty.
Here, we have curated seven beautiful Bentley spaces—from glam and elegant kitchens to offices and master bathrooms—that prove why Bentley is the industry’s secret to a home as beautiful as it is functional.
Glam Kitchen by Soda Pop Design
In this kitchen by Soda Pop Design, a Bentley waterfall island with a gold inlay, brass and gold hardware details, black cabinetry, and a high-gloss, textured backsplash make for a bold and glamorous design.
Designers often use Cambria for unique applications separate from countertops and, in this case, the team also installed a custom vent hood with the Bentley design to match the space’s countertops and island.
Classically Elegant Kitchen by French & French Interiors
Known for their eclectically high-end designs that marry modern pieces with international flourishes, the husband and wife duo behind interior design firm French & French Interiors based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, created a classically elegant kitchen with the Cambria Bentley design.
Throughout the space, the team relied on a standout Bentley countertop to contrast against the island’s natural wood base with vertical architectural lines, to play with the oversized refrigerator paneled in matte black, and to highlight a shiny green tiled backsplash above the stove.
Bentley adds dimension without taking away from the kitchen’s myriad bold details.
Bold Kitchen by Jeweled Interiors
In a kitchen design by decorator Jewel Marlowe for her family home, a standout waterfall island in Cambria’s Bentley design, fabricated by Granite and Marble Express, features exciting movement and veining in a black-and-white pattern.
Instead of letting other elements in the space defer to the island, Marlowe added more bold elements, like blue-hued cabinetry, gold hardware and fixtures, a contrasting wood island inlet accent by Burled Co., striped stool cushions, and black window trim. The effect wows.
“To add continuity to the home, I have repeated the bold black-and-white theme of our Bentley island in almost every other room of our house. Black-and-white rugs, art, and wallpaper help the statement-making kitchen island feel so natural and consistent,” said Marlowe.
High-Contrast Kitchen by Stackhouse Construction
The black-and white color palette marries the black cabinetry and window trim with the neutral white Cambria Torquay perimeter countertops. Natural wood accents on the flooring, built-ins, lighting, and shelving lend warmth to the space.
Serene Master Bathroom by Elizabeth Erin Designs
There is something both sleek and timeless about pairing black and white. Together, these two colors are stronger than they are on their own. In any form of art, positive and negative spaces are needed to create focal points and movement, and interior design is no different. Oftentimes, this is called high-contrast design and its style works wonders in any space.
In this master bathroom by Elizabeth Erin Designs and CKF, a high-contrast vanity with a Cambria waterfall edge is a stunning—and durable—alternative to marble. The thin profile and clean lines create a serene retreat.
See another stunning Bentley bathroom in this home by Sustainable9 and Bria Hammel Interiors.
Modern Farmhouse Kitchen
When paired with black cabinetry, white patterned tile, Scandinavian wood details, and matte black hardware and fixtures, the result is a space that feels at once both approachable and highly considered.
Chic Office Space
In this chic office design, an extra-long shared table in Cambria’s Bentley design provides enough space for socially distant work and is also both stain and scratch resistant and maintenance free to handle heavy use.
Cambria is much harder than granite or marble so it’s able to handle just about anything without scratching or chipping. For high-traffic and commercial areas, Cambria is the ideal surface.
When paired with perimeter countertops and a backsplash in the same Bentley design, plush leather desk chairs, and funky mint green light fixtures, the result is a dreamy office design that inspires hard work.
Find more work space inspiration featuring Bentley from Avissa Design.
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