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Where is your pull on tall pantry pull out?

Posted by miruca (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 9, 13 at 4:30

We have a 12" x 60" pantry pull out between the refrigerator and the wall (see below); wine cubbies are above this. I assumed the pull would go horizontal at the top... but ... maybe not? The other cabinets on this wall have vertical 8" pulls ... except 1 set of drawers on the other side of the refrigerator.

How is your pull placed on your tall pantry ... if you have one?

Cabinet in question:
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Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Where is your pull on tall pantry pull out?

Mine is vertical at an easy reach- elbow bent about 90 degrees, so ergonomically best for me. I had to go vertical because I went with an 8 inch pull for more leverage.
I just posted a pic on another post but can try when I am on the computer

RE: Where is your pull on tall pantry pull out?

On my shaker style cabinets it is horizontal and placed on the center stile. I have no difficulty pulling out the cabinet. It works just like a very tall drawer.

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RE: Where is your pull on tall pantry pull out?

Mine is also on the center stile.

RE: Where is your pull on tall pantry pull out?

Another one that's horizontal on the center stile. I think with a pull out that tall, it makes more sense to have the pull closer to the center to put less stress on the door and hardware. Plus it's a comfortable height to grab solidly.

RE: Where is your pull on tall pantry pull out?

These pictures are very helpful. One of my concerns was the center bar seems low on ours - but when I see Williamsem and May Flowers pictures those look at bit lower than counter height also.

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