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36" Whitehaven Sink Owners, what is your faucet?

Posted by mommy2nk (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 29, 12 at 16:03

I am going to put the 36" Whitehaven into my kitchen and I was hoping to get some input regarding the faucet. I know this is a pretty deep sink and want to make sure I get a faucet with an appropriate depth reach. So, what faucet did you choose and are you happy with it? Is there a lot of splash back from it? What suggestions do you have? I have budgeted $500-$700 for my faucet.

Thanks so much!

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RE: 36" Whitehaven Sink Owners, what is your faucet?

we are very happy with our hansgrohe Talis C taps although ours are paired with a 30" whitehaven.
The size is proportionate, it has nice action/feel and has a clean but not modern look.
Also, it has a smaller sized unit that works well for a prep sink.

RE: 36" Whitehaven Sink Owners, what is your faucet?

Caspian101, do you think the depth of the arch and the reach of the sprayer would be sufficient for the 36". I know the two sink sizes are the same in depth. There are a few high arch faucets that I am considering but was a little concerned they wouldn't reach out enough.

Thank you!

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