Oct 06, 2010 9:21 am
We did our colour selections recently. We knew we wanted a white kitchen and were thinking of going with 'Ice Snow'. When we went to select this we were told it wasn't available to us, but we could have 'Snow' instead.
We were assured it is almost exactly the same colour. Is this true? They didn't have a sample of "Snow' to give us, so they gave us 'Ice Snow' instead.
We are having ultra white gloss polyurothane cupboards and solid timber floorboards (flooded/rose gum).
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Re: What is the difference between 'Snow' and 'Ice Snow' cae2
Oct 06, 2010 10:52 am
I'm pretty sure "ice snow" has more of a fleck through it where "snow" is more white with a tiny fleck through if you look up close. But don't take my word for it. You might want to check out caesarstone.com.au. or contact them and they will send you a sample.
Hope this helps a little.
Re: What is the difference between 'Snow' and 'Ice Snow' cae3
Oct 06, 2010 11:08 am
pinkredelle is correct.
http://www.caesarstone.com.au/Product.a ... uctId=1592
http://www.caesarstone.com.au/Product.a ... uctId=1643
There is quite a big difference. If you want a very white kitchen I would go with the Snow, however we thought that it may look too clinical so we went with Ice Snow. Unfortunately we have since found that it is commonly used in McDonalds and other fast food places.....
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Re: What is the difference between 'Snow' and 'Ice Snow' cae4
Oct 06, 2010 11:14 am
Unfortunately we have since found that it is commonly used in McDonalds and other fast food places.....
ha ha, can so relate!
had the same thing happen with some art I bought.
Thought I was being really modern....and with it....
then saw the same pics in mcdonalds!
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Re: What is the difference between 'Snow' and 'Ice Snow' cae5
Oct 06, 2010 12:10 pm
I have Snow and I love the look. But caesarstone can mark slightly (some metals scratched on the stone mark for some bloody reason) and it really stands out with a Snow top - but I think you'd notice it less with Ice Snow or Osprey
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Re: What is the difference between 'Snow' and 'Ice Snow' cae6
Oct 06, 2010 4:57 pm
Well, basically snow is a form of precipitation and ice is a form of frozen precipitation. That's the main difference between them.
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Re: What is the difference between 'Snow' and 'Ice Snow' cae7
Oct 06, 2010 5:12 pm
Snow is a nicer colour in my opinion. I'm getting Snow. Keep in mind that Snow is a premium colour and costs more than Ice Snow. (There's also Pure White, which is whitter yet again, but is a premium plus price - the only colour that is.)
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