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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.

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1. Mccoy Pull for Kitchen Drawers

Susan Coleman of Easterly Coleman Design installed the Mccoy pull in Nickel for her kitchen renovation.

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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.

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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.

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4. McCoy Hardware for Mudroom Lockers

Cindy McCord installed the McCoy pulls on the lower drawers of the Built-in Lockers.

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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.

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6. McCoy Hardware for Master Closet

Barrie Benson installed the McCoy hardware (her very own design) in this walk-in master closet.

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