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Toilet color?

Posted by angel9603 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 16, 12 at 9:48

I am currently remodeling our 1st floor powder room. We are replacing the vanity sink and the toilet. Our floors are a creamy marble. The new vanity has a cream top with a white sink. I am planning on a toto soiree toilet after all the great feedback I've read on this forum. Would you match the toilet to the creamy floor/sink top or to the white sink? In addition, what toto color would you suggest? the current toilet is an almond color and it looks nice but we also have a pedestal sink that it matches. With the addition of the white sink, I was unsure. thanks!

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I would definitely get a white toilet


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toilet should match the sink. white!


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White!!


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White! :-)


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Thanks! It's probably tough to tell from that pic and I don't actually have the vanity yet, but I know there is a cotton white and colonial white from toto. Thoughts on these two colors?


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I just asked this question too!
Cotton white is similar to Kohler and most other brands, Colonial white is similar to American Standard.
Renee


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Cotton white matches our Kohler tub


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Toto sent us chips of both colors, if they still do that, you can get both and compare them to your sink.


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from what i remember from when i was toilet shopping, colonial white has a gray undertone and cotton white is 'white' white... which would probably look better with your tile... i didn't see an actual colonial white toilet, but did look at the color sample chips.


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