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Silestone Lagoon and Caesarstone London Grey

Posted by mystyletoo (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 21, 13 at 12:26

We are renovating our kitchen and have decided on everything including backsplash. For countertop, we want it to be as close to marble as possible and have settled on quartz. The difference in price between the Silestone Lagoon and Caesarstone London Grey is minimal, and I am not sure if I should close my eyes and choose one. We�ve seen samples but not the two of them next to each other. Anyone has experience or ideas that can help us make our decision please share. Thank you.


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RE: Silestone Lagoon and Caesarstone London Grey

Love love love my Lagoon! Even put it in my bathroom! To me, there's nothing that looks as close to marble! The small samples do not do it justice.

Here's a pic of my kitchen, still not painted yet.....but getting there!

The Tile Shop's "Meram Blanc" white/grey marble subway tile goes perfect with Lagoon!


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Meram Blanc Subway Tile from Tile Shop

.....and here's a shot of my backsplash.


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RE: Silestone Lagoon and Caesarstone London Grey

Kompy, that is a beautiful kitchen! I like the edge of your countertop. We will go with simple bullnose. It doesn't look as fancy, but we are way over budget, and every dollar counts. For backsplash, we will use the AKDO Desert Sand SL1254-STRPH0. Here is the photo: http://www.akdo.com/products_detail_coll.asp?pid=2257&collid=13. I think it will give our kitchen some colors.

Have you decided yet what color you will paint your kitchen?


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