? on Waterstone Faucet/Riverby Sink
Finally ready to start my kitchen remodel thanks to all I have learned from this site. But I am not sure if I have a problem or not with my sink and faucet choice. I have decided on a Kohler RIverby undermount Sink and a Waterstone Faucet (the 4200 Annapolis Faucet). I was just reading the various measurements and I noticed that the Annapolis Faucet calls for recommended hole size of 1 3/8 " while the Riverby sink is described as having oversized holes (and they are listed as 2 3/8" approx.) So is this going to be a problem? I don't want my faucets sliding around so there must be some way to fill in the extra space or something? I will be ordering my cabinets this week so I need to know what sink I am getting so I can order the correct size sink cabinet. The kitchen forum has helped me with a lot of my decisions but I am still clueless on some of the details as you can tell, lol. So any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.