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Finishes in bathroom

Posted by Gingersnaps17 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 2, 14 at 10:53

I'm in the process of redoing a small bathroom. I already ordered Delta showers and matching faucets in a finish called stainless (SEE PHOTO ON THE LEFT).

Anyway, just yesterday I learned I had to trade out the pedestal sink I originally planned on for a wall-mounted sink, due to space limitations. It's a white porcelain sink. The drain that comes with it (and which I paid extra for) is polished "chrome brass." And the pipe trap is also "chrome brass" (PHOTO ON THE RIGHT).

Note the sink is directly adjacent to the shower (which has the brushed finish).

Question 1: Should I trade the brushed faucet (that I think is arriving today--YIKES!) for the chrome one (CENTER PHOTO)? (Alas, it may be too late, anyway?)

Question 2: Should I use the drain that comes with the sink (chrome brass) OR the pop-up that matches the brushed faucet?

Here are photos of the faucet in both finishes and the sink trap (the sink pop-up matches that finish).

THANK YOU!


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RE: Finishes in bathroom

Before giving up a faucet I loved, I'd contact Delta to see if they have a drain and pipe trap in the same finish as the faucet.


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RE: Finishes in bathroom

Hi, yes, I called Delta. The faucet comes only in the two finishes I've shown above. BUT I've decided to stick with the original faucet and use its matching popup. There is not as much visible sink pipe as I thought. Thanks so much!


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