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Archer vs. Kelston Kohler sink?-Please help

Posted by cindy49 (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 16, 13 at 23:32

Just wondering your opinion if you have either of these sinks. I will be installing one in a 8 ft. counter in our master bath. On top of the counter on at the ends there will be a 15 inch wide cabinet but that is all. So 68 inches of empty counter--will be a dark granite with backsplash.

What about keeping them clean? Water splashing out with the Kelston?

Whats up with the edge of the Archer? Is that special compared to other undermounts.

In the guest bathroom I only have a 30 inch counter so would either be better or worse for it.

Cabinets in both will be off white traditional. Are these too modern for traditional?

I live in Ocala Fl.; wish I could see them in a display. Photos of yours would be helpful.

Thank you.

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RE: Archer vs. Kelston Kohler sink?-Please help

did you ever decide which sink.
did the kelston splash a lot. it looks shallow

RE: Archer vs. Kelston Kohler sink?-Please help

I have 3 of the Archer but the countertops are not installed yet. I like the shape and the depth, no splashing at all. This is a very accurate picture - we even have a faucet that is similar in height to this one.

RE: Archer vs. Kelston Kohler sink?-Please help

We had several Archers (6 undermount plus 1 pedestal) in our last house and like them so much we are also putting them in all the bathrooms again in our new build. I like the edge detail and its not hard to keep clean, no splashing....

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