I did a ton of online searching to find the faucet that would be just right for my vintage Kohler sink. I had a one-hole installation, and wanted a single handle faucet as I think it’s a lot easier to control the hot/cold mix better. One problem that I found with most other faucets was that the spout was too short – like only 8″. This one — from Chicago Faucets — is 10″ long. And, I’ll tell you — it’s a wonderful faucet. It’s not inexpensive, in the $300 range — but it has a tremendous “feel” — it’s nice and heavy and substantial. And considering that you use your kitchen faucet gazillions of times each day, I’ve always felt it was well, well worth it! Highly recommended!
Chicago Faucets retro kitchen sink faucet – the one I used
Posted by: October 7, 2007•