Dark and deep, much like the canal bordering this small village in England's West Midlands region. Armitage's blend of black and gray provides an easy, neutral canvas for rich hints of copper-orange to emerge from within.
Like the River North Tyne that runs through this brisk English market town, marble-like waves of dark gray and black swirl about a backdrop of creams and light gray, proving casual can also be elegant.
Berkeley takes its name from a southern English town, and its inspiration from the river that runs through it. Hints of copper and a smattering of bronze swim among a riverbed of sandy tones, creating a pleasing combination of movement and inertia.
Copper flecks dust the surface of Bradshaw like the stained glass that graced a 16th century church famous in this part of England. A whirling fusion of taupe, tan, black and shimmering copper elevate this captivating neutral to standout status.
Scattered and pebble-like, much like the banks of the River Dee, which runs through this most mountainous village in the UK. Gray, black and cream quartz crystals collide in a playful, contemporary mix.
Named for the London palace that's home to the British Monarchy, Buckingham is rich and versatile, with just enough unexpected interest. Browns, golds and grays converge with a hint of shimmer in this delightfully adaptable palette.
Bold and sumptuous, this powerful union of black, chestnut, gray and white brings to life the rhythmic and rocky tumble of this northwest England waterway. Expressive, rich and lively, Hollinsbrook is like a fresh breath of luxury.