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Best Carrera Porcelain

Posted by ctkathy (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 29, 13 at 8:39

Looking for the best Carrera marble look a like in porcelain for floor and wall. Want rectified large format for floor. I
would prefer a matte finish for the floor and polished for the shower and walls and I like the tile with less veining and more white.

We are using very dark wood vanities and haze Caesarstone countertops with chrome fixtures, but not going for the real contemporary look.


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RE: Best Carrera Porcelain

Check the tile shop if you have one close by , or online . I was there on Saturday and they had the calacata matte finish on special , they have the shiny one too . I think you will need to go with the calacata rather than carrera to get the white color , as I discovered myself that white carrera is not white it's grey. Oh , I don't know if they are rectified or not, you can check online or call them. Good luck.


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RE: Best Carrera Porcelain

I have visited several tile shops. One Porcelanosa tile that I really like looks like it has been discontinued. Calacata has too much gold running through it for my look. Some Carrera is quite grey/some isn't. I was looking for a recommendation and hope to get one. Thanks.


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RE: Best Carrera Porcelain

I wasn't meaning tile shops, there is a store called the tile shop and it is online too tileshop.com . Sorry for the confusion. Good luck.


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RE: Best Carrera Porcelain

Have you tried Anatolia? Although I don't know if it's rectified.


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