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Another pull question - anyone know the source?

Posted by Steph2000 (My Page) on
Sun, May 5, 13 at 15:15

I saw this pic in a recent BHG magazine. I really like them. I'm considering going with horizontal pulls throughout the kitchen. These look like they are not too obtrusive and manage to be a touch modern without screaming about it.

Does anyone happen to be able to identify them? If so, I would so appreciate it!

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Here is a link that might be useful: Here's the BHG page


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RE: Another pull question - anyone know the source?

Top Knobs does a basic solid bar pull in brushed stainless. They are available in a wide variety of sizes from 3 inches to 30 inches, and relatively inexpensive.


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RE: Another pull question - anyone know the source?

I'll have to search for them. I really like the squared off, thin lines of this one. Do you happen to know where on the site I can find them, holly-kay? I looked around there last week and got overwhelmed!


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RE: Another pull question - anyone know the source?

Top Knobs' Nouveau pull is slim and sleek. I'll link one of the sizes below. A little more on the chunky, but still attractive, is the Top Knobs Pennington and TK Princetonian. Google those to see what appeals.

Here is a link that might be useful: Nouveau bar pull from Top Knobs


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RE: Another pull question - anyone know the source?

Thanks so much, breezygirl. These are very helpful places to start.


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