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Are there specific recommendations or considerations when placing drawer pulls?

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Are there specific recommendations or considerations when placing drawer pulls?

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We have shaker style full face cabinets with straight sticking. We have seen drawer pulls centered, high in the recessed panel, centered on the outer frame, one pull and two pulls on the same drawer. We have become very confused. The Shaker style is very simplistic. Wooden knobs would be typical. Now, let’s discuss their location. For wall cabinet doors, the single knob would typically be placed on the vertical board on the door called a stile. It would be located on the bottom of the door just above the intersection of the horizontal board (rail) and the stile. Reverse the location for base cabinet doors. Remember the Shaker style was more about function then aesthetics. I mention this because if you are placing knobs on tall wall cabinet doors or pantry cabinets you might want to consider how it works rather than how it looks. If you have tall doors, such as those on a hutch, consider the easiest location to open the door rather than centering it in the middle of the stile. Keep the

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