Kohler Bathroom and Kitchen

Lavatories Guide

  1. Getting Started

  2. Installations

  3. Design

  4. Hole Considerations

  • Bathroom Lavatory Faucet Hole Configurations

    Your lavatory faucets will determine the number of holes, if any, drilled into the vanity top or countertop. Be sure to select a lavatory that is predrilled with the correct number of holes (zero, one or three) to accommodate your faucet choice.

  • Bathroom Lavatory Faucet Hole Configurations

    Bathroom Lavatories With No Faucet Holes

    Several under-mount and vessel lavatories do not have faucet holes. The faucet in these cases is mounted on the wall or the countertop. 

  • Bathroom Lavatory Faucet Hole Configurations

    Bathroom Lavatories With One Faucet Hole

    These lavatories come with one hole to accommodate single-handle faucets.

  • Bathroom Lavatory Faucet Hole Configurations

    Bathroom Lavatories With Centerset Faucet Holes

    Featuring three holes within a 4” span, these lavatories are designed for a centerset faucet. Centerset faucets are two-handle faucets in one piece.

  • Bathroom Lavatory Faucet Hole Configurations

    Bathroom Lavatories With Widespread Faucet Holes

    With three holes 8” to 16” inches apart, these lavatories are designed for a widespread faucet. Three separate pieces–a spout and two handles–make up a widespread faucet. 

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