Explore Quartz Surfaces with the Marble-Like Looks You Love

Check out all of the amazing advantages of Cambria quartz surfaces as an alternative.

Written by:Angela Johnson
Kitchen featuring an island with Cambria Torquay quartz countertops and siding beside a dining table.

Get a Beautiful Marble Look with Durable Quartz Countertops

There's no denying the old-world beauty of marble. But in today's busy kitchens, you can achieve a similar look with all of the benefits of a quartz surface. So, feel free to choose from among the dozens of Cambria's marble-alternative designs with the confidence of knowing you're getting a nonporous product that never needs sealing, is stain-resistant, easy-to-clean, and comes with a lifetime warranty.

A waterfall kitchen island with a Cambria Torquay quartz countertop with three black chairs in front of it.

Torquay™ waterfall kitchen island provides a luxe marble look. Design by GlucksteinHome. Photo by Brandon Barré.

If you’re envisioning a sophisticated marble space, our marble-alternatives offer a luxurious alternative to marble countertops with the beauty and durability of quartz. Here are many reasons to upgrade to Cambria quartz surfaces for your kitchen or bath remodel.

Warm kitchen with a counter and island featuring Cambria Brittanicca quartz countertops and siding. The kitchen blends a white and amber color palette.

Brittanicca™ makes a bold impression in this mid-century modern kitchen by Fox Homes.

1. Exceptional Beauty in Every Quartz Design

The marble-alternative quartz designs range from subtle and soft to showstopping bold. Quartz designs like SwanbridgeTorquayDelgatie™, and Ella™ set an elegant tone in white kitchens, spa-like master baths, or custom walk-in closets. With powerful veining and movement, BrittaniccaSkara Brae™, and Rose Bay™ make lasting statements in both modern and traditional spaces. Annicca™ lends gold and purple sparkle for a luxury feel. And whichever design you choose, it will look as beautiful decades down the line as the day it’s installed.

A master bathroom with dual Cambria Swanbridge quartz vanities.

Dual Swanbridge vanities bring spa-like luxury to this master bath. Space by AFT Construction and E. Interiors. Photo by High Res Media.

2. Cambria Quartz Surfaces Are Offered in Matte and Polished

Most Cambria quartz surfaces are available in two surface finish options, so you can choose the aesthetic that suits your space. Cambria Matte® is a velvety, low-sheen finish that’s anything but dull. We love its distinctive, sleek look and modern sensibility—and the fact that it has the same performance benefits as our polished finish. Polished, with its reflective surface and classic pristine look, is a great option to visually expand a smaller space or brighten one that’s low on natural light.

Kitchen island and backsplash with Cambria Brittanicca Matte and Cambria Black Matte quartz.

Brittanicca Matte™ pairs with Cambria Black Matte™ for a contemporary black-and-white look.

3. Quartz Is More Durable and Requires Less Maintenance

The most important question to ask yourself, whether renovating or building new, is “How do I want to use the space?” Do you picture a kitchen filled with friends savoring wine? A morning espresso at the kitchen island? Making breakfast with your kids? With marble countertops, you must attend to spills immediately, getting in the way of entertaining or unwinding. With the durable, stain-resistant marble-alternative designs, you and your loved ones can fully enjoy your new space and admire your new space up close. For high-use spaces like kitchens and bathrooms, seek out the benefits of Cambria quartz surfaces, as impressive as they are beautiful. A stunning Cambria quartz countertop means maintenance-free ease, and no special products or chemicals to keep it in its beautiful state. Simply clean with warm water, a soft cotton cloth, and a mild soap, if desired.

Kitchen with double islands featuring Cambria Torquay quartz countertops with an oven between both islands.

Double kitchen islands featuring Torquay offer beauty and performance in this elegant kitchen by Melissa Sutherland. Photo by Matthew Lynn.

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