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Description: Laneshaw is an old village in England that inspired the design of this dark quartz slab for countertops. The dramatic combination of browns, cream, and black creates the statement for your kitchen. Basically a dark background with brown and beige veins, Laneshaw Quartz is great for home and commercial kitchens with white or brown cabinets. The large patterns evoke movement that’s characteristic of busy kitchens that need arresting countertops that don’t require so much maintenance.
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I had the Laneshaw Cambria Quartz Countertop installed in my kitchen as well as the island. It’s dark background with brown veins looks good with my light cream cabinets. And you know what's best? It is very easy to maintain. Plus, I don't get nervous about coffee spills since it is darker in color.
I absolutely adore Laneshaw Cambria. It was featured in a magazine that I was reading online and saw this wonderful kitchen bathroom design idea by this interior designer. The walls were off-white, cabinets were pearly white, and they used Laneshaw Cambria Quartz Countertops as the accent piece. I went with this design idea for my kitchen and it was exactly the type of aesthetic that I was going for. My kitchen now has a timeless appeal to it. Even all my friends and family love it.