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Appliance Pulls/Knobs

Posted by Lorenza5064 (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 19, 12 at 7:22

I am renovating my kitchen. Planning on inset cab doors with exposed hinges, painted white finish. Will be looking for a polished or satin finish chrome or nickel hardware for pulls/knobs. I want hardware that will be substantial/handsome, yet affordable (e.g. $10-$15 for 6-7" pulls) Have looked at Top Shelf and other midrange mfrs. and even Amerock which (surprisingly to me) offers some higher end materials for their goods. Any Suggestions on other sources?


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RE: Appliance Pulls/Knobs

Scusi, I meant polished or satin stainless/nickel for hardware material....


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What style are you thinking about.


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Traditional style, I like the "Highland Ridge and Westerly" pulls, knobs and latches offered by Amerock. They are available in Nickel and are priced very very well, e.g., less than $10 for an 8 1/2" pull. If you have other suggestions for sources/manufacturers, I would be grateful!


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I have the Westerly pulls and knobs. I think they look more contemporary than traditional. Anyways, I got it for dirt cheap from Amazon, something like 99 cents per knob and slightly more for the pull. I also like the Rochdale from Amerock. Westerly and Rochdale are both part of their industrial chic collection.


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I used Berenson Hardware. You don't hear about them often. They are a company in Buffalo, NY, I believe. Excellent quality at a reasonable price. I got mine through my cabmaker, but I think I did find them available online, too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Berenson Hardware


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