Well here is Kohler's "color pallet" and they seem to have anything a person could ever want. The nasty pink and green and blue, it is all there.
Thanks for the info on special orders (4 weeks!!!). I will check with one of these bathroom specialty stores to see if they can order.:thumbup:Your best bets are online search, plumbing supply houses, used building supply outlets.
In the current market nobody will stock them. They will be special order toilets.
Last odd color toilet I ordered took 4 weeks
Ditto Dougtheplumber. My last trip to Habitat ReStore, I saw powder blue, creamy yellow, and that ubiquitous 1970s "Dusty Rose" colored toilets at very low prices!You may want to check on Habitat for Humanity websites as I know some areas have affiliated stores that carry old material and fixtures that is removed from houses that are going to be demolished, or from people who are renovating and donate this material to Habitat.
I don;t know where you are but here in the SF Bay area we have a store called "Urban Ore" which sells parts from demolished homes - antique toilets sinks and baths, doors, windows, hardware etc. I'm sure there's a similar business in your area.Hi,
We are restauring an old home and need to change some toilets, but not the tiles or sinks because they are part of the character of the home. The problem is that we can't find colored toilets anywhere. Do you have any suggestions?
Thanks a lot,