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Caesarstone Frosty Carrina & London Grey

Posted by sweetandrew (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 19, 13 at 9:40

Our builder dropped off large samples of two new Caesarstone colors yesterday: Frosty Carrina & London Grey. I thought I was set on using Cambria Torquay in my kid's new bath and possibly also in master bath (either that or Imperial Danby marble remnant), but I am really liking these new colors, and much more so than the Misty Carrera. Shot in the dark, but has anyone used or is anyone considering using either of these colors? I haven't found many pics of installed kitchens or baths online other than contemporary kitchens on Caesarstone website, and we'll be using in pretty traditional baths in 1920 home (think hex and subway tile and light painted cabinetry). It looks like several folks are considering these new colors on kitchen forum, but I haven't seen any discussion here.

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RE: Caesarstone Frosty Carrina & London Grey

I just stumbled across this post and I was set on using the cambria torquay in my kitchen too. But last week when I started looking around again I found out that ceasarstone came out with some great new colors. London Gray, frosty carrina. I have seen the frosty carrina in person and it looks nice. I am waiting to see the london gray. Have you gotten pricing ideas? I know that the cambria pricing was a bit on the high end.
Can't wait to hear what you end up with!

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