Kohler Bathroom and Kitchen

Baths Guide

  1. Getting Started

  2. Bath Installations

  3. Bath Design

  4. Bath Features

  5. Other Considerations

  • Other Considerations

    Before you begin to narrow your bath selection, there are a few additional points to keep in mind as you shop. Your bath faucet and drain are key elements in creating a look and experience you love.

  • Bath Drains

    Bath Drains

    There are a variety of bath drains available and they differ in how they look as well as how they operate. In general, bathtub drains are linked to the overflow drain, which keeps your bath from overflowing in case the water continues to run. Drain and overflow styles vary from simple and basic to decorative. Not all drains are compatible with all baths. See your bathtub’s specification guide for guidance. 

    Decorative Bath Drain Options
    Innovative drains offer decorative cover options that can be swapped out for different styles down the road. 

    Toe Tap or Push Button Bath Drains
    Just as it sounds, tap or push the drain with your foot or hand to open and close it. 

    Rotary or Lever Bath Drains
    These drains operate with a simple turn of the overflow drain puck or the lift of a lever to close the main drain.

  • Bath Fausets

    Bath Fausets

    Your bathing space isn’t fully designed until you choose a bath faucet to complement your bath. Selections usually include floor-, wall- and deck-mount options in a range of styles and finishes. 

    Go to Bath Faucets Guide.

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