I'm sorry to say but I'm not sure. I ordered just white and it did match my white sink from HD. You may want to double think this brand though...it does not hold up to Cloris wipes. Mine has baring color marks from cleaning.
It depends on whether the seat is elongated or round. I have a Kohler toilet I put this seat on and it works just fine.
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Recently purchased via delivery to local store. Installed easily, once I figured that I had to first install the seat bolt to the toilet base; then by turning the seat bolt covering to open I could put the seat over and onto the bolt top . Then turn the cover to lock it in. Unusual, and I hope it holds the seat tightly through use. Seat itself appears good quality.
Mine is about 3 years old and is already showing signs of wear. I noticed that the material does not hold up to Clorox wiped. Maybe a little more than a year was up and I noticed that there was a dulling to the product. Now I have a bare spot and I am going to have to buy a new one. I'm a little unsatisfied especially because the one I replaced this with was over 15 years old.
If this is your first time in buying a toilet (replacement parts or otherwise) colored toilets and replacement parts are always more expensive then white, biscuit, etc. The manufactures price them that way which in tern makes the stores have to price them higher. Its all because they are in color....
i know home depot sales parts for toilet seats
After 4 years, mine has some stains and wear to the finish, but that is typical after a period of time. You just rotate the latches to lift it off.
Model # 1500EC 464. internet # 202757521