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Recommendations for Cabinet Pulls/knobs; Cost is Almost No Object

Posted by enduring (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 13, 12 at 20:58

Hello, I need one pull or handle, and one knob. I want them to match. I want them to be spectacularly beautiful in a old cottage sort of way. I either want chrome, blackish dark, or maybe anything. They could be little oil paintings even. My faucet and lighting is chrome. Cabinets are white. Soapstone counter. Black slate floor. Light gray (blueish) walls with white wainscot. Whitish marble tile listello around the room.

Yes this is my bathroom, but it is off of my kitchen :) Things are still getting installed.

I would use a pull on the top 1/3 of this cabinet. It is an insert pullout compartment, so I want the pull along the bottom of the pullout:
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This is where I would use a knob. It is a cupboard door that swings open:
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Thanks for the help.


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RE: Recommendations for Cabinet Pulls/knobs; Cost is Almost No Ob

I love Notting Hill knobs, based on what you describe. check out the ones with blues in the link below. However these could be really lovely:

http://www.nottinghillknob.com/Not Saddeworth Macthing NHP-659-BN.jpg

Here is a link that might be useful: Knobbs


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RE: Recommendations for Cabinet Pulls/knobs; Cost is Almost No Ob

Phylhl, those are lovely! I will be looking a while at these knobs. Thanks.


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RE: Recommendations for Cabinet Pulls/knobs; Cost is Almost No Ob

Wow. Those are incredible! They have a butcher, a baker and a candlestick maker!


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