Using roman tub faucet for bathroom sink? (Water pressure etc.)
The bathroom sink faucet set I've ordered meets the specs for the Kohler integral sink and vanity top I've ordered. Although from seeing the Kohler product in person I'm not convinced the reach on the faucet will be ideal for that sink, even though the specs say it will be.
There's a matching roman tub faucet that has a reach that may be an alternative if the sink faucet reach isn't ideal. But I wouldn't want torrents of water ala a bath to be flowing into the sink.
So questions are:
- can a roman tub sink rough-in to the pipes for a bathroom sink fine
- is the water pressure going to be appropriate for a sink if you do that, and otherwise any reasonable ways to regulate the flow to normal sink-flow water output?