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Think I picked cabinet pulls, finally!

Posted by williamsem (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 13, 13 at 19:01

Think we will go with the Amerock Westerly pulls. I have 3 drawer stacks that are 27-30 inches, so I'm thinking the 160 mm one for those (largest they make before the appliance pulls).

Now to figure out if I want pulls or knobs on the uppers, and what to do with the pull out units (12 in spice and tray, and 12 in pantry).

Style choices take me forever. Do these look ok together?

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RE: Think I picked cabinet pulls, finally!

I really like those, think they look great!


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RE: Think I picked cabinet pulls, finally!

I love them with your cabinets! Have fun drilling!


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RE: Think I picked cabinet pulls, finally!

Yes, they look good together! To me, pullouts are like drawers so a pull seems more appropriate. Plus, I like the function of a pull better. Obviously, as I put them on drawers AND doors!


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RE: Think I picked cabinet pulls, finally!

I've been thinking about your 9" pull-out. How about a longer version of the pull you show here turned to the vertical?


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