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Anyone have Conestoga Cabinets in Crystal White or Chesapeake?

Posted by mholtz2323 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 5, 12 at 23:46

Hi
I am looking into getting Conestoga Cabinets and was wondering if anyone was familiar with their white finishes.
I want something to match Plain and Fancy's buttercream (which is just an off-white).
I've read that crystal white and chesapeake are their creamy colors (chesapeake being the most creamy).
I am ready to purchase some samples and thought I would do some research before wasting money on samples I know off the bat won't work.
Any pics to share?

Thanks


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RE: Anyone have Conestoga Cabinets in Crystal White or Chesapeake

Did you order your samples yet. I got frosty white and crystal white samples. The crystal white is really pretty creamy in my opinion. IMO, crystal white looks like the chesapeake white online to me. If you want a creamy white, I would say crystal white is your color.


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