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Appliance pull to compliment RH Aubrey?

Posted by laurajane02 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 19, 12 at 23:45

Hi GWers,

So, I'm using RH Aubrey pulls in my kitchen. I will have an integrated DW, and I'm thinking that I'd like to use an appliance pull instead of the 8" Aubrey (for strength, projection, size, etc). Anyway, which of the following do you think would work best? Other suggestions? Is this overkill?

RH Aubrey:

Schaub:

Cliffside Artisan:

Also, while we're at it, should I use an appliance pull or 8" Aubrey for my trash pullout (or 10" Artisan)? I know that the Aubrey would be fine, I'm just wondering if the appliance pull should be used more than once in my kitchen (fridge will not be paneled). Thanks!


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RE: Appliance pull to compliment RH Aubrey?

I used Aubrey knobs and Gilmore cup pulls in my kitchen. I used the same size for the DW, trash pull out and drawers - 6". They've been working great for the past 3 years. I think 8" will work fine in your kitchen.


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RE: Appliance pull to compliment RH Aubrey?

Thanks. I guess I could get my cabinet maker to install the Aubrey pull on the frame rather than the recessed panel (of the dw and trash, the others will be centered). However, he is concerned about the direction of the screws, and I don't have a problem buying an appliance pull if it would be better.


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