The Desert Collection by Cambria
Bold and majestic as the Welsh mountain range itself, Cambrian Black packs a dramatic punch. Chic, smart and always in fashion, it's the little black dress of natural stone surfaces...either in large spaces or as a simple accent. Cambrian Black
Like its namesake classic inn deep in the English countryside, this timeless russet brown with a hint of cherry evokes a sense of warmth and wellbeing. Cherrybrook beckons quiet comfort and simple luxury. Cherrybrook
Dawn over the Scottish River Clyde is shrouded in sandy, rosy huesâ€¦the same palette that elevates Clyde over other ordinary neutrals. A touch of class, texture and dignity for any room.
Best described as the color of hot porridge sprinkled with cinnamon and honey...something that could have easily contributed to the central England town's claim as "Britain's Best Kept Village." The epitome of warmth and prettiness.
Awash in gray and black, much like waves rumbling through the pebbly coves of Devonshire, England. Peaceful, neutral and simple, Devon is unmistakably the new black for contemporary or traditional rooms.
Smooth and creamy, like the head on a pint of lager one might find in the Port of Dover. This soft, contrasting blend of neutrals invites you to explore beyond your first glance and adds subtle, visual interest to any space.
Resembling the weather-beaten fieldstone walls that ramble through the English countryside, this striking shade of slate gray is an ageless addition to any room. A true, multi-functional neutral.
A tribute to the stony shores of Greystone, Ireland, this color conjures images of overcast skies and foggy, coastal beaches. Perfectly at home in urban or rural retreats, Greystone brims with possibilities.
Like a well-worn leather saddle from the stables of Hazelford Hall in England's East Midlands, this velvety brown is luxurious, yet unpretentious. A natural choice for those looking to add an unexpected dash of rusticity.
Taking its cue from the medieval town of Oakhampton in southwest England, this dark chocolate is multi-talented. Oakhampton is equally capable of commanding a room, as well as serving as a sleek and modern backdrop. Oakhampton
Inspired by the easy, country charms of village life in Sandford, England, this creamy, sandy beige is simple and unfussy. An earthy natural for those with an eye toward simplicity.
Casual and beachy, this rugged neutral can best be described as the color of wet sand along a lonely coastline. Coarsely textured in muted shades of gray and khaki, it pays fitting tribute to the windswept beachheads of Sussex by the Sea.
An unassuming gray with tiny toffee-colored flecks, Templeton is both relaxed and rugged like the old stone cottages of Templeton Village. An easy, go-to option that lends itself to any room in the house. Templeton
Pure and unsullied is the essence of White Cliff. Named after the chalky White Cliffs of Dover, this whitest of whites is the ideal blank canvas to amplify any room.
Named after what was once the main residence of English monarchs in London, sandy-white Whitehall adds a clean slate and modern punch to contemporary settings.
Informal as a cottage garden, this ever-so-pale blend of creamy shades glistens like the unspoiled Yorkshire Dales in the north of England. Subtly textured and dreamy, Yorkshire exudes simplicity and serenity. Yorkshire