It’s July, which means that we’re only two months away from the new house being DONE! We’ve ordered a few things for the house and they came in last week, so I wanted to share my review/thoughts.
UPDATE: I added photos of the hardware installed to the bottom of this post. Enjoy!
I fell in love with the lucite pulls from Lux Holdups, but I just couldn’t wrap my head around paying $56 a pull for the kitchen. Nope, nope, nope. I’m just too cheap for that sort of thing, and I needed way too many pulls. This is eventually why I switched from gold to chrome in the kitchen.
I scoured the internet for similar lucite handles, and I came across these, which of course were out of stock. They finally came back in stock (and are still in stock), and I bought four 10 packs of the small size and three of the larger for a total of 70 pulls to use around the house. Each pull cost $3.19 plus tax (free shipping), but I did have a coupon for 10% off, so we’ll say I paid about $3 each.
These pulls are AMAZING! I spot checked a few of each size and there are no scratches or issues. They’re lightweight and feel heavy duty enough for a kitchen or bathroom. They come with the screws as well as some extras in a longer length.
For only ~$3 each I didn’t have high hopes, but these are just simply stunning. They look like glass. I’m considering using some rub ‘n buff or my gold leafing pen to see if I can easily make the chrome into a gold finish for the pulls in our master bathroom.
Our cabinets aren’t in/made yet, so I also opted to buy a pack of knobs in case that many pulls would be too much. The knobs are beautiful and made by the same manufacturer as the pulls. These were the same price- $3.19 each. They’re large, beefy and sparkle. They come well wrapped to prevent scratches and refract a ton of light/sparkles.
Our MASSIVE 13-light crystal light bar chandelier came in, and oh my word. The crystals are gorgeous. I didn’t assemble the whole thing because it’d be impossible, but I did open up a few of the crystal packs to check out the quality. When the light hits them a certain way, they sparkle and dance across all the walls and ceiling.
I seriously cannot wait to see these crystals in my new kitchen. I feel bad for the crew that has to put together my chandeliers and all these crystals…I need to bake them some cookies or something!
We also chose all the tile for the house, so that will likely be the next post. I posted a sneak peek on my Facebook page if you want to take a look. xo!
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Photo of Pulls Installed