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Need help with the last few things..Frosty Carrina/wall color/bac

Posted by Doba (My Page) on
Fri, May 17, 13 at 16:02

My kitchen/family room reno is in week 3 now and my wood floors are being installed as we speak. I will have BM Simply White cabs and decided on Caesarstone's Frosty Carrina for my countertop. I purchased the slabs today. No going back now :-) I have everything picked out except the backsplash and wall/trim color. This had been quite a journey starting with Madre Perola (and not finding a good slab), to Cambria Torquay, to Frosty Carrina. Once I got a sample, I decided that I preferred the subtler veining. Would 2x6 white subway or crackle be too boring with the light countertop? Also, should my trim be BM Simply White as well? I am looking for a good neutral color to extend from the kitchen to my family room. Something similar to BM Silver Satin, but possibly lighter.


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RE: Need help with the last few things..Frosty Carrina/wall color

Can you post pictures is your samples? Thanks


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RE: Need help with the last few things..Frosty Carrina/wall color

Hi Doba! Would love to see how everything turned out. Could you post pictures of your kitchen and the FC counters? Need to decide on my counters and FC is one I'm considering.

My apologies if you already posted and I missed the thread. If so, please direct me to where I can find it! Thanks so much!


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