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Sochi -- questions about your cabinet pulls, please

Posted by kaysd (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 9, 13 at 12:26

Hi Sochi. I really like how the pulls on your kitchen cabinets look (both the handles themselves and how they line up). I would like to do something similar in our kitchen, but am having trouble choosing a handle size that will work with all our different drawer widths (2 banks of 16", 1 bank of 30" and 3 banks of 36").

I have a few questions about your pulls, if you don't mind.

1. Size of pull.
2. Widest drawer width.
3. Manufacturer of pull.
4. Distance between top of drawer and pull.

TIA!


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RE: Sochi -- questions about your cabinet pulls, please

Hi kaysd,

The pulls are 6" wide, 1.5" deep. Widest drawer is 36", shorter drawers are 24". Richelieu makes them. 3" between the top of the drawer and the pull.

Hope this helps!

Here is a link that might be useful: Richelieu Hardware


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RE: Sochi -- questions about your cabinet pulls, please

Thanks! It is very helpful to know a 6" wide pull looks good on a 36" drawer. Thanks for the link to Richelieu -- looks like they have a lot of cool styles. Since the faces of my top drawers are 5" high, I think I will put the handles in the middle of the top drawers, and then 2.5" down from the tops of the taller drawers.


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