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Pulls are on

Posted by Whit461 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 21:37

Thanks to all your advices, we did a lot this weekend including getting our Princetonian pulls installed. Need a few more, but we are SO HAPPY with how they turned out. What do you think?


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Looks great. I love the long ones you used on the peninsula. What's going on the corner cabs?


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Lovely!


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Very nice!


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They look wonderful, but then, I may be a little biased :-)


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they look awesome! great choice!


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Wow! They worked out! I'm so glad you like them, and they look great!


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We were going to put knobs on the corner cabs, but these pulls worked SO WELL I will be ordering some more today.

Thanks Breezy, they are great.


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One thing I love about these handles is that I can open a drawer with a crooked pinkie if all the other fingers are covered in cookie dough or holding a can of tuna. Highly functional. And so pretty too.

Love the refrigerator run in your kitchen!


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Your handles look great and will be easy to use in your beautiful kitchen.

Just don't over-use that pinkie pulling heavy drawers - you don't want to injure your tendons... (Guilty as charged - but so far, I haven't had any injuries but have seen others who have done so)


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Those pulls look fabulous!


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Love them.
I too got my pulls put on this weekend. I did mine all horizontal like breezy.
Nephew cabinet maker gave me a bit of kidding grief about being abnormal way of doing them. BUT in the end admitted he really liked it especially in the galley.


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Thanks, a2gemini, for the heads-up about pinkie-pulling. I'll try to be more ergonomically responsible!


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