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Thread: Kohler Biscuit vs TOTO Sedona Beige, how close a match?

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    Default Kohler Biscuit vs TOTO Sedona Beige, how close a match?

    Hey Im remodeling my bath and need to know how well does toto beige match Kohler biscuit? Ive settled on a sink and tub so I want it to be very very close if not exactly. I was settled on the Kohler Cimarron untill seeing the reviews here, but looking on Kohlers website it looks like they improved it with the new cimarron with class six which is supposed to be alot better at "cleaning the bowl but I dont see them available at stores yet and I like the look of the Aquia better its really cool.
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    The Sedona Beige is very close to the Biscuit.
    Last edited by Terry; 04-27-2010 at 01:02 AM.

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    The toilet is china, the tub is typically enamel over cast iron or acrylic and the lav is one or the other, so they won't perfectly match anyway. (then there's the seat)

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    I have both (Sedona Beige Toilet and Biscuit Kohler sink) and it's hard to tell them apart - they are not in view at the same time though. Also have Jacuzzi equivalent on the tub.

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    Default kohler biscuit vs toto sedona beige

    Does anyone know how close these colors are? I want to buy a kohler tub and a Toto toilet.
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    American Standard: Bone
    Kohler: Almond
    Toto: Bone
    Mainly sold in the 80's

    American Standard Linen
    Kohler Biscuit
    Toto Sedona Beige
    A more recent color choice

    American Standard old White
    Kohler White
    Toto Cotton White

    American Standard New White, within the last few years.
    Toto Colonial White
    Last edited by Terry; 04-27-2010 at 01:05 AM.

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    I purchased an American Standard Pedestal sink recently. I need to purchase a toilet and would prefer a Toto. I'm not sure if the "white" I have is the Old White or the New White. I'm assuming it is the "new" white. The SKU ends in 0.020 which I think is related to color. What color Toto toilet will work for me? Cotton White or Colonial White. The fixtures are next to each other in a very small bathroom. Thanks

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    AS 020 white is TOTO colonial white.
    They are pretty close though.
    I have a Colonial White TOTO Vespin in stock and can get other models too.
    Bothell WA
    Last edited by Terry; 10-06-2010 at 10:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbarnett View Post
    Does anyone know how close these colors are? I want to buy a kohler tub and a Toto toilet.
    That's what I have and they are next to one another. No problem with color match.

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    I have a 1984 vintage American Standard Fontaine Bidet in bone with a matching toilet. They sit side by side. I want to replace the toilet with a Toto Supreme II in bone. Will the colors be noticeably different? I know that the style of the Fontaine and the Supreme II don't really match but the bidet still works fine. If it doesn't match, I'll likely have to get a Piedmont bidet in bone but I don't really want to spend the extra money.

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    The two bone fixtures will be very close. We do that all the time.

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