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Kohler Sea Salt Iron Works Sink

Posted by njgolfnut (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 21, 12 at 13:30

Anyone have any experience with Kohler Sea Salt color? I fell in love with the Iron Tones sink when I saw it in person. Curious if it will look odd with white dropin tub and toilet. I can certainly go with the white version of this sink to be safe, but the sea salt just looked really cool.

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RE: Kohler Sea Salt Iron Works Sink

I almost bought a tub in sea salt. I think it is lovely. But, I couldn't justify the design risk when I could only see the finish in a small sink at the store. The tub would be so large, I didn't know if it would be too over the top in my modest style bathroom. I posted this same question several months ago. I'll attach the link.

Here is a link that might be useful: sea salt kohler

RE: Kohler Sea Salt Iron Works Sink

I fell in love with the Sea Salt finish, and got it for my kitchen sink. It has enough white in it that it looks great with my slightly off-white cabinets. I think it would be fine with the white fixtures. And it's just ever so slightly more interesting than plain white. I'd say go for it!

RE: Kohler Sea Salt Iron Works Sink

enduring - thanks for pointing me to the other thread. Very helpful. I'm usually good about finding things with the search. Missed that one!

kmcg - thanks for the vote.

I was worried about the grey cast in it but sounds like it's a non issue. Can't wait to get these sinks installed. They are very interesting to look at.

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