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Swanstone color question

Posted by lori_inthenw (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 11, 13 at 16:42

I hope someone can help. I know I saw a Swan Co. rep on here at one time answering a question. But maybe someone else can chime in.

I plan a Swanstone shower (simple pan and walls, none of the textured stuff) in the same room with a Toto cotton white toilet and sink. It's actually on the opposite side of the room, but I'd still like the colors to be a similar as possible. Now the contractor wants to order the Swanstone and wants to know the color. I know I've looked at samples and my memory is that I just picked the cleverly-named "white." But now I look at the website color chart and see several that look like white to me, so I'd like a reality check before ordering.

I also know that not all products come in all colors, so that might also be how I ended up on "white." I just want a solid white, none of the speckled ones. Pearl, Tahiti white, and bright white all look white. (I assume bright white is on the bluer side, so that's probably not the way to go.)

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RE: Swanstone color question

Tahiti White is speckled.
Pearl is off-white without speckles.

White and Bright White are plain white.

RE: Swanstone color question

Thanks! My memory of looking at samples was that "white" was the way to go, but I wanted to check before ordering. White it is. Pearl sounds like a color I'd like, but maybe not in the same room with Cotton.

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