One Pull, Six Locations
Our hardware is designed to be versatile. Whether you use it vertical versus horizontal, with a backplate or alone, in a kitchen or in a bedroom, there are many possibilities depending on your desired effect. Check out the different ways designers have put our MCCOY pull to work in very different settings.
1. Mccoy Pull for Kitchen Drawers
Susan Coleman of Easterly Coleman Design installed the Mccoy pull in Nickel for her kitchen renovation.
2. Mccoy Pull on Built-In Bookshelves
Designer Amanda Louise gave these custom built-ins a pop of color with the Mccoy pull in brass and Amazonite. She installed them vertically to align with the cabinet doors.
3. McCoy Pull for a Bathroom Vanity
Kate Hutchison designed a custom vanity that highlights the McCoy hardware. She centered the pulls in the middle of the vanity doors for maximum impact.
4. McCoy Hardware for Mudroom Lockers
Cindy McCord installed the McCoy pulls on the lower drawers of the Built-in Lockers.
5. McCoy Hardware for a Wet Bar
Lucy and Company installed the McCoy pulls on the lower and upper cabinets on this custom home wet bar.
6. McCoy Hardware for Master Closet
Barrie Benson installed the McCoy hardware (her very own design) in this walk-in master closet.