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Does anyone here have this Waterstone faucet?

Posted by threeapples (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 31, 13 at 21:26

I still have not decided which faucet to get for our Kohler Whitehaven sink (the largest size). There is a window in front of the sink and I don't want anything incredibly large that will impede opening the window. I really don't want anything contemporary looking and will very likely choose a living brass finish. I was looking into the Rohl Country sink, the one with a single handle, one hole, and a separate sides spray. Then I saw this online and thought it was rather interesting as well. In case you didn't know, we're going for the Plain English Design Spitalfields look in our new "old" Georgian house.

Here is a link that might be useful: faucet


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RE: Does anyone here have this Waterstone faucet?

That is only a filtration faucet, not a regular kitchen faucet. Take a look at Waterstone's website and you can see the difference.


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RE: Does anyone here have this Waterstone faucet?

To amplify, you linked the filtration faucet from the Towson suite. Waterstone's products are organized by "suites" that include regular faucets, filtration faucets that get installed next to a regular faucet for instant hot and/or cold filtered water, soap dispensers, air switches, etc. that match one another. You can see the whole suite by clicking on the link that is contained within the link in your post. I almost went with the Towson faucet but opted for a pull down instead, so I got the 5600 PLP. The Towson is great looking though and Waterstone faucets are fabulous.


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