Seats Color-To-Match® for AMERICAN STANDARD colors

American Standard

Availability: 3 in stock
Product Description:
  • Toilet seats classic colors for American Standard, aka Standard. 
  • For normal-style toilets with 5-1/2" hinge spread center-to-center.
  • Heavy-duty plastic. 
  • Slow-close hinges, aka soft-close, whisper-close. 
  • Color-matched hinges.
  • Made in America.
  • Extended warranty - Learn more.
  • Clearance Center starting from $20.00.
  • PLEASE DO NOT GUESS at your color name. Restocking fees apply to errors.
  • Color samples shown here are for assistance in selecting a color name for an order.  If you do not already know your color name, go to the link for Colors Info or Color Identification Service.
  • B-Grade Elongated Linen available.
  • Lower price on Elongated Bone - Learn more.

Measure the toilet bowl, not your seat. 200slowt 1200slowt 200E4 1200E4

Before ordering these older colors, please study the Substitutions page. Clair de Lune Blue, Royal Copenhagen Blue, Manchu Yellow, Tourmaline, Fawn, Ivory de Medici, Platinum Gray, Rose du Barry.

A note about American Standard toilets from the 1940s & 1950s with inset center tank lids -  Learn more.


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  • I have an American Standard Toilet for which I need a seat and cover. The serial on the toilet is7100111337 and the model is 2037. If you have a product that matches this I would like to purchase it and a matching sink too. Thanks.

    Our seats fit model 2037 (Lexington.) The serial number is unknown to us. Color identification service: We don't have sinks.

  • American standard elongated toilet in daydream color. Is there a toilet seat cor close to it that I can get now?

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  • I have an American standard round toilet circa 1961 yellow numbers on the toilet are 393 4049 and m62 looking for a reasonable match in a toilet seat.

    The toilet is Manchu Yellow. The currently available substitute color is Saffron Yellow.

  • I need an American Standard elongated toilet seat in the color of spice mocha. It looks like you are out of stock, do you know if you will be getting in any of these? Do you have spice mocha in another brand that would work for me?

    Yes, but it is a different model without slow-close hinges. Move your request over to email for further info.

  • I have an AS toilet with a Fawn Beige color of twenty years old. Is the " Fawn" color in your chart the Fawn Beige color I am looking for? I nnnd a elongated toilet seat.

    Fawn was produced 1937 - 1947. Fawn Beige 1963 - 2011+? They are different colors.

  • I have a very old American Standard toilet with a unique bolt seat system in a lavender color. The model name is Purimo. The seat is elongated and open at the front . American Standard directed me to you. Would I be able to send a picture of the hinges so you might help me identify how it might be replaced? I don't care about the color if I could get a new seat and cover. THanks

    Sorry, discontinued from production, don’t have it, can’t get it, don’t know where any are, can’t make it, no substitute, no parts.

  • Are the manchu yellow and saffron yellow the same? Are they both available? Not sure which one is correct for a 1963 vintage original yellow toilet (and sink and tile). But if manchu and saffron are the same, what difference would it make?

    In 1963, the color name was Manchu Yellow. Manchu and Saffron are nearly identical. In current replacement seats, Saffron is substituted for Manchu.

  • I have a American standard 4078 cadet round toilet in Linen. I need a new seat, I was given on your website sku tsrpawni is this an exact match

    Here is the link. Select Elongated. Drag over color circles to see color names. Click on Linen to select = black ring around it. Move down to make payment & order.

  • My house was built in the 50's. The toilet and tub are pink. I need a new toilet seat. Would that be ventitian pink?

    Corallin was produced up to 1963. Venetian Pink began in 1963. If you see a stamping of a letter and two numbers, such as P57, that is a date code for 1957.

  • My home was built in 1981 there is a blue. I call it a powder blue. One I guess is bisque and one off white. I like to replace toilet seats.

    We can determine your color names through the fee-based Color Identification Service.

  • We need a replacement toilet seat for our American Standard toilet. Our house was built in 1961 and it may be an original toilet. The lid says 2005 22. It also says Aug 11, but I see no year. The color looks like flesh color. Do you know what the color may be?

    Persian Brown? Corallin?

  • Looking for American Standard Plaza series toilet seat Peach or peach blossom colour Thanks

    Sorry, discontinued from production, don’t have it, can’t get it, don’t know where any are, can’t make it. We have a Candlelyght but it is missing hinge parts. The later, cousin seat, Pallas will work. We don't have those either.


    On this product page, under Size, select "Round 16 -1/2". Under Color, click on the third circle and a black ring will show around it. Drag over it and the name Bone will appear. Scroll down to see Add to Cart or two other choices. Complete online payment. The seat is generic. It will not be branded American Standard.

  • I am not sure what color my toilet is but it’s a standard 4033 39

    We offer a fee-based service for identifying color names.

    Color identification service:

  • I’m looking for a pinkish beige replacement toilet seat. Our toilet is from 1999 - does that narrow downs the possibilities?

    The most accurate method is the Color Identification Service.

  • looking for American Standard elongated toilet seat either wood or brown 10" bolt spacing

    You need to move over to one of these pages:

    Norwall wall-mounted
    One-piece low-boy, Ellisse*
    One-piece low-boy*
    *Dark Brown is no longer available. See links above for Identify Your Toilet & Colors Info.

  • Can I have a toilet seat, Light Blue in 17” X 13 1/2”?

    Presumptions of a normal-style toilet:

    1: The hinges on your toilet seat are 5-1/2" apart from center-to-center.

    2: The hinges mount down through the bowl. (Versus back through the tank.)

    3: The shape of your toilet bowl and seat is curved or rounded. (Versus angled or squared-off front corners.)

    There are two bowl/seat lengths as shown in the diagram above. Measure the toilet, not the seat.

    The widths of our seats are: Round-14-3/8" & Elongated-14".

    Light Blue is a color shade, but not a color name. For a seat to match the color of the toilet, a color name is required.

    Study here Color identification service: