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Breezy - pull size vs drawer size?

Posted by laurajane02 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 3, 12 at 18:18

Hi Breezy,

I really admire a lot of the choices that you made for your kitchen. I'm planning to order some RH Aubrey pulls tomorrow and I was wondering if you could let me know what size of pulls you used compared to the drawer size? Did you use any of the 3.5" size? Thanks!

Laura


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RE: Breezy - pull size vs drawer size?

Hi Laura. Thanks for the compliment! I'm west coast and in the middle of making dinner. Somewhere in my not-finished reveal, I listed pull sizes and drawer placement. I'll link it below now. I'll check back after pasta and see if you need more info. Hope that's OK! :)

Here is a link that might be useful: My kitchen


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RE: Breezy - pull size vs drawer size?

Thanks! I've read through that thread a number of times, but never came across your pull information. I've found it now though. I think I'm ok with sizes.

Hope your dinner was good!


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RE: Breezy - pull size vs drawer size?

Glad you found the info and got what you needed. Dinner was yummy. Pasta (bow ties picked by DS) with sungold tomatoes, toasted pine nuts, capers, parm, and argula in a lemon, brown butter dressing. We also enjoyed the most dead-ripe sweet cantaloupe I've had all year. And wine! :) But the best part was having my SIL and 2 month old nephew join us.

Hope your order goes smoothly and that you enjoy your new pulls. I'm still loving mine.


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