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Drawer Pulls like this

Posted by Eden-Manor (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 22, 13 at 21:36

Any idea where I could find drawer pulls like this? The others I've found are too small.


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RE: Drawer Pulls like this

Many brands come in the larger sizes. Probably would need to order them. Look at Top Knobs as one example. Maybe the larger 6in" or 8in" sizes. If you go to the brand website they might be able to tell you if any stores in your area carry the brand. Another brand I liked with larger pulls was Emtek.


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RE: Drawer Pulls like this

I like my Berenson hardware. It looks like they have some larger pulls in various styles.

Here is a link that might be useful: Berenson Hardware collections


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RE: Drawer Pulls like this

I'm looking for the same ones. The closest I've found are these, which come in 18", 24"... But so pricey!


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RE: Drawer Pulls like this

I can't tell for sure from your picture, but this is our hardware and it looks like the same or similar. It is Amerock Blackrock Oil-rubbed Bronze. We ordered it from Woodworkers Hardware. It comes in many different sizes, including Appliance pulls. It also comes in different finishes and is very reasonably priced.

Here is a link that might be useful: Woodworker's Hardware Blackrock


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RE: Drawer Pulls like this

Lee Valley has a huge collection of handles. Free shipping until the 25th (I think).

Their search feature is a bit hard to figure out. You want the Collections and suites under Hardware. (Just in case the link I'll provide doesn't work out.

HTH

Here is a link that might be useful: Lee Valley handles


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