Nuts and Bolts = Drawer Pull

by on Jan 16, 2012

created at: 01/16/2012

Erin remembered seeing this idea in an old issue of Readymade and decided to give it a go when the old plastic handles on her metal file cabinet broke. Smart, simple and cheap, it’s a DIY trifecta!. To see how she made them, visit Landsdowne Life.

created at: 01/16/2012

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3 Comments

  1. KelMaster Construction

    I saw this idea on here and went one step futher… I am building a custom recording desk that has slide out shelves that are hidden behind the stile (the upper horizontal face frame) of the base cabinets, I needed a drawer pull and I liked this idea. There’s just one thing I changed; I replaced the threaded-rod/bolt with a wooden walnut dowel that I fastened with two small screws into the ends of the dowel. The contrast of the dark wood against the zinc plated eye-bolts makes for a very appealing look. Thanks for the insight!

  2. Tom

    Dome nuts on the outside of the treaded rod would be a nice touch. Could use heat shrink tubing to cover threads. Great idea for a replacement pull