The position of a pull on a cabinet door is very dependent on the location of the cabinet. Base cabinets a few inches from the floor are not going to have door pulls in the same spots as those on cabinets that hug the ceiling. However, some general guidelines and considerations can help you place pull handles in the right spots on your cabinet doors. A cabinet pull does the same work as a knob, but in most cases a pull has two points of attachment compared with one point for a knob. Pulls include D handles, bail handles, ring handles, latch handles and cup pulls. The D handle has a solid piece of metal shaped like the letter D and attaches to the cabinet door in two places. It is by far the most common type and often is referred to as simply a pull.
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