Model # CHSS44-Q

Internet #202190505

St. Paul 4 in. Solid Surface Technology Vanity Top Sample in Quartz
0008033005900

St. Paul

4 in. Solid Surface Technology Vanity Top Sample in Quartz

$8.00 /each

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Solid Surface samples provide a live piece of material to assist you during your vanity top design process. Custom vanity tops are available to order at your local stores and deliver in 10-15 days.

  • 4 in. x 4 in. solid surface sample only
  • Live samples help in material and color selection
  • Vanity tops available to order online and in stores, please see a store associate for details
  • Additional chip sample colors and materials available online
  • No refunds or exchanges for this item

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What is the true color of this product. All pictures look gray but when designed on website it is taupe/beige?

This question is from 4 in. Solid Surface Technology Vanity Top Sample in Quartz
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DMR
South Hills, PA
August 20, 2013
Referring to Quartz72511
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August 21, 2013
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DMR,
Thanks for your interest in St. Paul Home Products Vanity Tops.
The true color of the Quartz is a blue/gray with small white chips. The color reflect on the customizer is confusing but blue/gray is the true color.
I have included for your review what you have seen and it is the true color of the Quartz. Just remember you can also buy a sample for just $8 to make sure it will match your Read More
DMR,
Thanks for your interest in St. Paul Home Products Vanity Tops.
The true color of the Quartz is a blue/gray with small white chips. The color reflect on the customizer is confusing but blue/gray is the true color.
I have included for your review what you have seen and it is the true color of the Quartz. Just remember you can also buy a sample for just $8 to make sure it will match your decor.
Thanks St. Paul Team Read Less
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maria
Naperville
May 21, 2012
In the store, the sample appears to have a pink tone. On line and in the brochure, it looks gray. In the "build a countertop" function, the color selection looks gray, but applied to the cabinet, it looks pinkish. Can you clarify. Thanks!
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Maria,
The physical material has more of a grayish tone, not pink. To help with a final decision, it is best to purchase a sample of the material prior to ordering a custom top.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Thank You!
The St. Paul Team
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Wrong color If you're looking for white like I was do not buy this product! When I received this I opened it in front of the Home Depot employee and was shocked to see it was yellow she too was saying it was the wrong color. After looking into it the only explanation they could come up with is that it's a man made material and the color will always be different. What kind of sense does that make? Then when I tried to get a refund they refused. September 1, 2015
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