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Help with Drain Assembly and Wall Mounted Faucets

Posted by Matsutake (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 1, 13 at 21:41

We are doing a bathroom remodel and have chosen wall mounted faucets due to vanity space limitations. We'd like to go with a Kohler undermount sink (Vintage, 23in) and Newport Brass faucets (Chesterfield). I've been lurking on these boards for several weeks and the community's posts have been very helpful, but I am stumped at my latest question.... the sink looks like it has a pop-up drain assembly, but the faucet doesn't support a pop-up drain assembly. Is there some kind of separate pop-up button I can buy, or a different drain assembly? Or are these two products just not compatible?

The sink
The faucet

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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RE: Help with Drain Assembly and Wall Mounted Faucets

sorry, I think I just answered my own question.
I would just buy something like this clicker drain, I suppose...

RE: Help with Drain Assembly and Wall Mounted Faucets

Yes! Good sleuthing.

RE: Help with Drain Assembly and Wall Mounted Faucets

We are using bridge faucets. I didn't want to have another hole in the countertop for a separate lever for the drain so we are using these push button pop up drains. They are installed and seem to work well, but our bathroom isn't finished so I can't speak as to how they will work long term.

Here is a link that might be useful: pop up drain

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