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K2 Design
Bal Harbour powder room
Ideabooks10,492
Questions14
Where oh where can I find circular pulls? Please consider sharing the source. The room is stunning.
I would love to know where to get the half circle drawer pulls.
Accents like the door handle, drawer pulls and mirror play off the unique circular shape of these tiles. (They look like records, no?)
Accessories are a great way to pull circles throughout your space. The door handle and vanity fixtures in this bathroom are perfect imitations of the mirror and the wall installation.
“knob” — Heather Keller
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks14,497
Questions15
wouldyou mind sharing where the cup pulls were from and what size they were, thanks!
I'll have to find out and get back to you. However, House of Knobs has a similar cup pull model in polished nickel.
The tongue-and-groove paneling in the open cupboard, the drawer pulls, etc. crown moulding
oven column, cabinet pulls, painted back of open cabinet
pulls on drawers mix of textures
pull configuration open cabinet shelves vs plain shelf-I like this best wide beadboard behind
4. Pull the lighting throughout the space. Be sure you’ve added lighting beneath the cabinetry as well as near the ceiling. This will eliminate shadows and
“handle on top, knobs below” — jaxandmike
Modern Craft Construction, LLC
22 Reviews
Moore Project
Ideabooks3,065
Questions15
Hello, Can you tell me who makes these cabinet pulls? Thank you!
Hello Angie!! These pulls were purchased at IKEA. They offer several lengths in this particular pull. You can see them on the IKEA website under the name BLANKETT. Please do not hesitate to write should you have any further questions.
Flat crown molding. slim minimal drawer pulls
“Adel kitchen” — samanderson
Jack Backus Architects
Sunny Hills House
Ideabooks3,162
Questions8
I am looking for a crystal knob that has a matching handle pull. Are these crystal? Thanks.
knob and pull treatment
glass pulls...drawer pull/knobs...Knobs and pulls...Door pulls...master glass pulls...glass pulls ?
“floor” — ychf1830
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Bella Rosa Court
Ideabooks11,033
Questions16
Glass panels and dark pulls
Oil rubbed bronze cabinet pulls
cabinets, countertops, pulls
The handles, backsplash, and pulls
Dark Pulls
“back splash” — Lisa Paintner
Drawing Dept
8 Reviews
Farmsworth Residence
Ideabooks31,213
Questions40
Can you tell me which size cabinet pulls were used for the large wall and base cabinets? Are they the same size or are the base cabinet pulls bigger? Also, which size was used on the little wall cabinets?
Who makes the cabinet pull? What is the finish? Thanks
Specifically, what is the width of this kitchen? It's really quite lovely and exactly what we'd like. We want to be sure we have enough width to pull it off. Thank you.
I'm sorry, but we do not have any information on the cabinet pulls. They were selected by the owner with the cabinet manufacturer. The finish is similar to a brushed or satin nickel.
I do not know the exact size of the pulls, but there are 3 different sizes used in this kitchen. Generally, a hardware manufacturer will offer multiple lengths in the same style to accommodate
“Backsplash” — bonack
Structure Home
1 Review
Brentwood, CA 3
Ideabooks30,516
Questions10
pull out desk and built ins
Pull out table and window bench
pull out desk...Pull out desk top...Pull-out desks!...The pull out desk
“Boys with study areas” — janettekerr
Robin Baron Design
2 Reviews
Upper East Side New York City Apartment
Ideabooks1,591
Questions5
stains and wear. But run your fingernails across the surface first, to make sure it won’t snag or fray. “If you can pull it apart with your fingernail, a kid is going to be able to pull it apart or run toys over it and snag it,” says Luff.
will help obscure stains and wear. Run your fingernails across the surface to make sure it won't snag or fray. If you can pull apart with your nail, a kid will be able to pull it apart or snag it.
stains and wear. But run your fingernails across the surface first, to make sure it won’t snag or fray. “If you can pull it apart with your fingernail, a kid is going to be able to pull it apart or run toys over it and snag it,”
stains and wear. But run your fingernails across the surface first, to make sure it won’t snag or fray. “If you can pull it apart with your fingernail, a kid is going to be able to pull it apart or run toys over it and snag it,” says Luff.
“chairs” — Tasha G_Mac
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