The Cambrian Collection by Cambria
Recalling a moody winter afternoon, these restrained shades of charcoal, silver and taupe reflect the beauty of weathered stone. Affluent yet approachable, like the quintessential English town of Brentwood itself.
Rich, warm tones of wood, leather and stone, befitting of an ancient abbey or country manor one might find in Chaucer's Canterbury in the southeast county of Kent. A regal collection with a refreshingly modern feel.
The color of mist and drizzle, these gentle grays with specks of blue and white recall the flagstones that anchor the Castell Guesthouse in Wales. Equally at home in a country cottage or a hip, urban loft.
Subtle wisps of khaki and olive meander like the slow rolling rivers that weave through this northeastern England market town. Light, serene, soothing and exquisite.
Capturing the movement and moods of the waters passing through Henley-on-Thames near England's southernmost point, this graceful collection of dark neutrals is soothing and versatile. A beguiling medley of chocolate, slate, toffee and azure.
Earthen hues of tan, taupe, moss and peat pay a fitting tribute to the bucolic farmlands of Lincolnshire County in northeast England. Rustic, yet captivating and refined.
Relaxing and idyllic, like the tiny hamlet of Linwood in southwest England. Conjuring images of fallen leaves on a mossy forest floor, Linwood's warm, woodsy hues create a tranquil oasis in any space.
This sandy neutral is reminiscent of the rocky shores that dot seaside villages like Newhaven, England. Awash in moody tans and grays, it's the ideal way to transform merely attractive into utterly charming.
Sparkling like the fine crystal that made Waterford, Ireland, famous, this stunning blend of charcoal tones knows how to light up a room. Sharp, chic and sophisticated, Waterford is both classic and mod.
Like the lakeside town in northwest England, Windermere is busy and eclectic. Dynamic shades of gray and cream flirt with flecks of golden copper, offering plenty of drama and movement. An invigorating shade, yet surprisingly neutral.