Hardware: Marine-Style Household Hardware by

Issue 15 · Seaside Style · April 17, 2009

Hardware: Marine-Style Household Hardware

Issue 15 · Seaside Style · April 17, 2009

Julie and I have both used flush ring pulls as cabinet hardware in our houses; we also admire this selection of nautical implements.

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Above: Attwood Chromed Brass Flush Pull Ring; $7.70 at Binnacle.

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Above: Perko Door Hook; $16.95 at Binnacle.

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Above: The solid brass small Flush Lifting Handle in polished chrome is made by an American company that supplies the navy and the merchant marines; $54.33 at Whitechapel Ltd.

Rope Cleats

Above: Rope cleats offer a good solution for taming blind cords.  Zinc-plated, nickel-finished 2.5-inch Rope Cleats are $9.75 for a package of ten at Amazon.

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Above: Baldwin Flush Pull; $13 at Designer Hardware.

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Above: Sugatsune 26900 Ring Pull in stainless; $17.25 at Home Decor Hardware.

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Above: Sugatsune 26700 Ring Pull in stainless; $23.25 at Home Decor Hardware.

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Above: The Samuel Heath Flush Ring Round p1717, available in chrome, satin chrome, and polished brass and in several sizes, is $20 to $32, depending on finish, at Home Decor Hardware for the 1.5-inch size shown.

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Above: A lower-cost option, the marine-grade Round Flush Ring Pull in chrome-plated zinc from Perko Marine Hardware is $9.06 at Amazon.

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Above: If you don’t like exposed screw heads, consider Hafele’s Brushed Nickel-Plated Brass Flush Handle; $25.06 at Knob Gallery.



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