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Shaws, bridge faucet AND instahot?

Posted by partyof7 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 4, 12 at 9:10

My reno is in full swing! I have seen pictures of a Shaws sink with a bridge faucet/sidespray and soap dispenser, and it looks like it gets crowded back there.

I will have a 30" Shaws, a Kohler Parq bridge faucet w/sidespray and the soap dispenser. I would LOVE an instahot, but can't imagine there's much space left along the back edge. I will not have a prep sink because I don't want to cut into my marble island!

Anyone do this? Too crowded? Pictures are always greatly appreciated.

Thanks for your help!

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RE: Shaws, bridge faucet AND instahot?

We had less than that planned, a Dornbracht single-hole faucet, the seperate matching sprayer and a soap dispenser behind the 30" Rohl. Ditched the soap dispenser as it was way too much. If you have the 36" Rohl it may be a bit better but I couldn't tell until we actually held all the pieces up behind the sink.

Wouldn't it be great if someone imported the Triflow faucet from England which has filtered cold water, instant hot, and regular water all in one faucet.

RE: Shaws, bridge faucet AND instahot?

I have the 30 inch Shaw's, a Perrin Rowe bridge faucet with sprayer and a small filtered water tap. It fits but would look better without the filtered water. No way I can imagine adding anything else.

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