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Anyone Use 6 or 8 inch RH Gilmore Pulls?

Posted by 2LittleFishies (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 11, 12 at 13:04

I know some of you have used the RH Gilmore Pulls. Anyone use the larger ones? I'm thinking for my 36" or 42" drawers...

I see the 6 and 8" are still available online but the new catalog only shows the 3 and 4 inch so I think they are being discontinued.

Also, the RH Traditional Glass Pulls don't come in chrome put I think if I did the polished nickel you wouldn't really notice being theres not a lot of metal?


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RE: Anyone Use 6 or 8 inch RH Gilmore Pulls?

It seems the longer ones are being discontinued according to this thread where Melissastar shows her 6" Gilmores.

Here is a link that might be useful: Thread


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Re RE: Anyone Use 6 or 8 inch RH Gilmore Pulls?

Bostonpam's 6" pulls here.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pam's


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And RE: Anyone Use 6 or 8 inch RH Gilmore Pulls?

Yes, I do think you'll be fine with the PN on the glass pulls. I used PN for all my pulls, but PC for my 4 Rejuvenation glass knobs because they did not come in PN. There is so little metal visible, like on my knobs, that no on will notice. Now, Marcolo has very definite opinions of whether PN and PC belong anywhere in the same vicinity and will probably tell you no. I think its fine. YMMV. :)


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RE: Anyone Use 6 or 8 inch RH Gilmore Pulls?

I love my large Gilmores ... changed screws, so no issues so far.

This is an 8" on a 30" drawer:

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The bank of drawers next to the refrigerator has 8" pulls on 24" drawers:

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The top drawers on the island have two 6" pulls on 30" drawers:

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And the drawers on the right have 6" pulls on 16" drawers:

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Hope that helps!


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RE: Anyone Use 6 or 8 inch RH Gilmore Pulls?

segbrown- awesome pics, thanks!! : )


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RE: Anyone Use 6 or 8 inch RH Gilmore Pulls?

Fishes, I like those large pulls if you want a vote up!

O/T: neat kitchen segbrown! Hope I can find your finished posting/pictures.


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