widespread faucet in a 4 inch space
we are currently updating our bathroom. We decided to go with the Kohler Forte collection -- everything from the toilet holder to the roman tub/shower. We decided to go with the Forte collection because we loved the lavatory faucet. Then we found out that we have sinks with holes for the 4 inch centerset faucet instead of the widespread faucet. We don't want to change the vanty countrertop quite yet as the rest of bathroom rennovations is already causing a hemorrhage in our pocket book. But we also don't like the centerset look. This may be a dumb question but aside from it looking a little cramped, what real problem is there in using the widespread faucet in a sink with predrilled holes 4 inches apart?