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Adding Knobs, Pulls, and Handles to your Kitchen Cabinets

by Abhinav G. Movie Enthusiast

A growing trend for newly built kitchen cabinets is to leave off any sort of knobs, pulls, or handles. Walk into any model home or recently completed kitchen and you’ll see what I mean. This might seem odd to some, but is not having any sort of handle or fixture on your kitchen cabinets really such a bad thing? People who are renovating their kitchens don’t seem to think so. In fact, many people are choosing to buy ready-to-assemble kitchen cabinets, rather than pre-assembled, as it provides them with most customization options, such as choosing their own pulls and knobs.

New homes and owners of new kitchen cabinets aren’t the only people who are selecting their own hardware for their cabinets, though—people who move into existing homes and people who want simple changes or full renovations of their kitchens are doing it too. If you’re interested in changing or adding knobs, pulls, or handles to your kitchen cabinets, think about what would suit your kitchen cabinets best. You will need to find a style of hardware that complements any existing knobs, so take a look at your doorknobs and window fixtures. (If you don’t like those, you can change those, too!)

Also, the color and style of the knobs or handles you choose will affect the overall feel of your kitchen. Do you want antique-looking pulls? Funky or modern-looking knobs? Brass ones? Or perhaps bright gold? Think about your overall vision for your kitchen interior designing before you choose the color and style.

Last, but certainly not least, you need to consider functionality when choosing the hardware for your kitchen cabinets. Small, intricate, antique style knobs probably won’t bode well if you have small children!


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Created on Feb 1st 2020 05:15. Viewed 815 times.

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