Choosing Cambria for your bathroom means your space will be durable, easy to clean, and hygienic. Because the quartz is full-slab, nonabsorbent material, rest assured absolutely no moisture or bacteria will ever seep through.
And there’s no grout to clean, making it perfect for bathrooms. In fact, Cambria can actually be installed on bathroom vanities, flooring, countertops, shower walls, shower curbs, shower casings and jambs, along with in overhead applications.
Using Cambria throughout a bathroom space, rather than in just one moment, packs a major design punch. Here, we highlight five standout bathrooms with matching showers and vanities that are sure to inspire you in your next bathroom design.
Entrepreneur Jaclyn Johnson worked with British interior designer Ginny Macdonald on the renovation of her Los Angeles–area home, which Architectural Digest describes as “inspired by the spirit and aesthetic of Napa, Palm Springs, and Tulum” with a “predominance of black, pink, beige, and white.”
In the primary bathroom, Johnson and Macdonald paired Cambria Colton countertops with a Colton shower surround to ground the design scheme, which also features glass, tiles, concrete, terrazzo, leather, cane, wood, and an abundance of greenery. The effect is at once both subdued and eclectic.
“Our house has a lot of ‘moments,’ a lot of distinct rooms with their own personalities, which I think reflects my style,” says Johnson to Architectural Digest. “It brings a smile to my face!”
In this master bathroom, Cambria Brittanicca cladding on the walls and tub deck and in the shower draws the eye throughout the spacious room. And the full-height Brittanicca helps create a true spa-like oasis in the space.
With the addition of Brittanicca, the result is just as beautiful as it is functional.
The pièce de résistance of this home renovation is in the master bath, where 300 square feet of Cambria’s Annicca design is prominently featured in the standout walk-in steam shower, the size of which was increased to accommodate a bench.
“Annicca has gorgeous bold veining, so we knew it’d be a showstopper with the size of the shower,” said interior decorator Abby Tallman, founder of Happy Interiors Group, who also used Annicca for the double sink and makeup vanities in the room.
“Annicca has gold flecks that tie in perfectly with the brushed bronze fixture choices, plus it has a lot of white to complement the white cabinetry and flooring. We wanted something American-made that would hold up well, be durable and that we wouldn’t have to be careful about or continually care for, like with marble or granite.”
In this modern bathroom, the light gray and cream tones of the Cambria Bridport shower surround and countertop are complemented when paired with other shades of gray.
A Colton countertop, backsplash, and shower surround keep this blush pink bathroom from skewing too feminine.
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