The Classic Collection by Cambria
Like the crystalline waters of Bala Lake in Wales, Bala Blue is fresh, hip and vibrant. A standout in any room, either as a statement piece or in small doses.
Brecon Brown is all about the speckle. Warm browns and creams echo Wales' grand Brecon Beacons, a range of hills that includes the highest point in southern Britain. Definitely not your everyday neutral.
As active and alive as the prosperous and cultured southwest England city itself, Bristol Blue is a sensational mix of black and blue with a dash of shimmer. Classic, yet eclectic and surely captivating. Bristol Blue
Barley and hops abound in this color named after the East Midlands town of Burton, known for its many breweries. From dark chocolates to foamy ambers, Burton Brown complements any décor.
Classic with an edge, depending on the mood. Named for the oldest city in Wales, the russet and black of Carmarthen Brown evoke the iron and coal trades that once defined the region. A solid, commanding anchor to any room.
An eye-catching blend of emerald, black, tan and gold mimics the grand landscape announcing the Caerphilly Castle in south Wales. Expressive, stylish and subdued, Caerphilly Green pulls any room together.
Like a stunning panorama of Wales' Cambrian Mountains at dawn, Cambrian Gold captures shades of tan, cream, gold and gray for a cohesive, subtle palette. A soft touch as a complement to other colors or a standalone basic.
The individual, creamy pellets in Cardiff Cream hearken the many castles that dot Cardiff on Wales' southern coast. A light, lovely foundation equally capable in both modern and traditional spaces.
A bold, yet warm choice. Like the well-worn sweaters once coveted by the fishermen of this Welsh coastal town, Cardigan Red is both comforting and exhilarating...a healthy dose of color indeed. Cardigan Red
Carlisle Gray brings to life the sandy shores of three rivers that converge in this northwestern England town. Gritty grays, whites and black collide in a random rhythm that makes a statement on its own, or blends gracefully into the background. Carlisle Gray
Like the sandy beaches of its namesake bay on the southwest coast of Wales, Coswell Cream calls for calm and relaxation. A soothing blend of cream, white and tan sets an easy-going pace and couldn't be more versatile.
Calling upon the ancient Flint Castle in North Wales, Flint Black is robust and imposing, and most definitely an attention-getter. A constellation of ice blue and white glimmer beneath the surface, like the colors of the night sky. Flint Black
The weathered, marble-like texture of Hyde Park recalls the arched, dramatic grand entrance to this London landmark. Tan, cream and milky clouds of white set the stage for any backdrop, contemporary or casual.
The colors of wool and coal are reflected in New Castle, two industries that once defined this northeast England city. Tiny, neutral flecks peppered with black add energy and zest to this all-purpose color.
Oxwich Green takes its cue from the ivy that still covers a 6th-century church nestled in the woods of this seaside village on Wales' southwest coast. A backdrop of black adds even more drama to this surprisingly versatile color.
Gleaming and crisp, like the snow-covered top of the highest mountain in Wales. Snowdon White awakens any space, while its tiny flecks of gray and tan add substance where needed.
Contrasting shades of brown tumble about, like the handcrafted stonework on the archways and pillars of this West Midlands English town's oldest church. Stafford Brown exudes old-world warmth, while unexpected hits of black make it equally contemporary.
A mesmerizing study in contrasts as black and white cozy up to form this interesting shade of dark gray. Influenced by the steel manufacturing hub of Port Talbot, Wales, Talbot Gray adds a cool, daring pop of high-style wherever it's used. Talbot Gray
Beachy simplicity abounds in this timeless neutral named after the charming seaside town in southwest Wales. Beige, cream and gray merge seamlessly for a tasteful, casual feel.
Brooding black flecked with tan and gray conjures the dark River Severn, upon which this small Welsh border town lies. Dramatic yet easy, Welshpool Black is a star on its own or as a supplement to other design elements.