I recently purchased this kohler faucet
And unfortunately I am having a bit of difficulty finding a sink to fit
it. It has an 8 inch spread and Lowes and Home Depot don't seem to have
the size I am looking for. Many pedestal sinks come with faucet holes
drilled this distance apart but I am really looking for a vanity. Is
this a very unusual size for a sink??
On Jan 24, 4:48 pm, email@example.com wrote:
That's a pretty unusual faucet but really cool.
8" centers are mostly found on pedestal style sinks, "modern" sinks are
Normally one has the sink & gets a faucet to match.
You could use:
1)a vanity top with an integral sink with 8" centers
I found some of these but they come as complete units: vanity, top/sink
WITH a faucet set...pretty spendy
http://www.antiquehardware.com/product/70010528/ (the cheapest)
2) a wooden top vanity with a drop in basin w/o faucet holes, mount the
faucet in the vanity top (not my first choice)
3)drop in basin w/ 8" centers
A Kohler 8" center faucet calls for a Kohler 8" center sink...
Or copy all of this text into Google: lavatory 8" center
-pedestal +"drop in"
Your sink is out there waiting for you!
On Jan 24, 7:48 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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