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Design Sleuth: Towel Bars as Drawer Pulls

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Design Sleuth: Towel Bars as Drawer Pulls

April 11, 2012

Here’s an idea we haven’t seen before—simple towel bars used as drawer pulls in the kitchen.

700 leva towel bars up close

Above: A kitchen in Visby, Sweden, by Leva Husfabrik features an ingenious system of cabinet pulls that double as towel holders.

700 01leva kitchen towel bars

Above: The kitchen opens up onto a living and dining area; photograph via Leva Husfabrik.

black towel bar visby

Above: The Black Tubular Single Sided Towel Bar is made of thick brass tubing and is $76.44 from Amazon.

700 oji brass towel bars

Above: In a perfect world we would use Japanese designer Oji Masanori’s Brass Towel Hanger as drawer pulls. They’re available directly from Futagami in Japan (the smaller size is ¥3,780 and the larger is ¥4,410).

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