Re: Creative Kitchen Project - pot filler faucet
You could probably craft something out of regular copper pipe, but the results would look rather cheesy. Even finding an inexpensive valve isn't going to look all that great on exposed piping.
If none of that matters, then I would plumb from the sink to behind the stove with flexible copper. Start and end the run with a ball valve - 90* turn to operate on/off. Out of the ball valve, install a hose nipple. Next would be to craft the spout arm. This can be as simple as an "L" shaped piece of rigid pipe that is held to the wall with pipe clamps or more aesthetic may be to use a piece of rigid pipe one size larger as a wall sleeve. On the end of the "L" behind the stove install another hose nipple, on the other leg of the "L" that will service the stove top, install a downward facing elbow and a short length of pipe. If you can find an aerator that you can graft on it would be best. All that's left is to connect the wall arm to the supply line with a length of hose. If you can make up the joints with copper solder rather than silver solder, the whole system can be polished up to look pretty decent.
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