What knobs/pulls do you use for vanity cabinets
December 6, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Building a traditional style 48" bathroom vanity - 6 drawers and 2 doors.Wood stain is custom - sort of a antique provincial/jacobean (mid brown). Not sure what style or combination of hardware to use. I like ring pulls and drop pulls, but don't have a clue what combination is used on doors/drawers. Can someone help please?
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Use the same pulls depending on what the vanity is like.

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love these because there are only 3 doors and they work proportionally - I've seen this photo ....its one of my inspiration photos. On my vanity, the 6 drawers are 14" wide and the 2 doors are 10" each....Went looking for hardware -people are advising to go with a) all knobs or b) pulls on the drawers and knobs on the doors....sigh!.....

Not sure what finish to select. Bath fixtures are chrome, wall scones are polished nickel....vanity is mid brown with "frosty cararra" caesarstone quartz top. I've been told not to mix finishes and stick with polished chrome/nickel...I wanted a traditional, "quiet elegance" look, so not looking at contemporary stuff. Don't know what to do! Who knew selecting door hardware could be so difficult
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I have just used this hardware on a kitchen design. Very very happy with it. I would try these if you like them. I don't think you can wrong whether they are satin or polished. What is the element that is nearest?
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I am thinking I should stay with polished nickel.....looking at some products by Top Knobs m1293, m1260 and m1325.
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IMO, drops look odd / old fashioned on doors, but I like the thought of rings on the doors to make a statement. Still liking knobs on drawers to not compete (sorry)
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