Torquay /tɔrˈkiː/ is a seaside town in Devon, England with a population was 65,245 and home of the writer Agatha Christie. However to us it is….Cambria Torquay. “A post, continental feel, much like this English Riviera town itself. Understated cream complemented by swirls of gray and tan lends a chic air to any setting”. Torquay is one of our more popular designs today because of the fresh, clean appearance and with hues of gray and tan it complements cabinetry of dark, light or painted woodwork.
At the Stone Center, we help customers achieve the kitchen of their dreams. Here the customer chose Cambria Torquay for her kitchen; it looks great on the perimeter white cabinets and mocha island. She chose a white gloss 3×6″ subway tile to complement her Cambria. For the laundry room countertops they selected Formica 180fx “Soapstone Sequoia” with shades of gray and tan that also works well with a variety of cabinetry colors.
The Cambria Difference
Our goal is simple. Help you create the home of your dreams, without compromising beauty or performance. More captivating than other quartz counters, more durable than granite, Cambria creates unique surfaces with the true elegance you demand of natural stone, and the hard-working performance your everyday life requires.