I just scanned a quick sketch of a cabinet pull layout for a bathroom cabinet on a project. If you think this is one detail you don't need to spec out on a job, you're wrong.
Not very professional looking I know, but it worked and it was fast!
This is my modern bathroom job and I like the pulls all mounted horizontally on the slab doors to work with the horizontal tile banding in the space. We're doing an appliance pull in the center top dummy panel for a hand towel, something I did in my bathroom and I LOVE it. It works so well.
I found some interesting projects where the way the cabinet pulls were mounted definitely impacted the design of the space and some of them really make a statement. This last bit of a detail can be so
Kay Douglass in HB
I love how utilitarian and oversized these are. The placement is so repetitious and purposeful to the design. It highlights the simplicity of the space and the integrity of materials.
Eldon Wong in HB
The uniformity of placement really makes a statement here.
Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles - Harrison Design Associates
Michael del Piero and Joseph Decker - House Beautiful
Jeff Lewis - 2010 Kitchen of the Year HB
Love the brass and how those oversized pulls are centered in the doors. The hardware is truly the feature here, placed front and center.