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When it comes to the kitchen, cabinets give you plenty of room to store all the must-have items in one convenient place. A cabinet is only as suitable to use as it is for the user to open. This is where reliable kitchen cabinet hardware comes in to save the day.
Unsure where to begin? Can't make up your mind between knobs or cabinet and drawer pulls? Let your lines in your kitchen be your guide and follow the cue. If your countertops and cabinet doors have simple, clean lines—match your drawer pulls to that same simple and clean look. Do you have detailed paneling in your cabinetry with rounded countertops? Choose one of our softer, ornate styles of drawer pulls. With such an extensive inventory of the most beautiful, top sought-after brands, you are bound to find your dream hardware for your kitchen drawers.
We offer a diverse selection of cabinet hardware to accommodate any preference or décor. We bring you one of the largest selections on the market, so we are confident you will find the perfect choice. There are thousands of options with our inventory. All kinds of styles and types are available, including modern, vintage, rustic, and more.
Knobs are one of the most classic and easy-to-install single-screw décor items that can equally be used in kitchen cabinetry or drawers. This timeless cabinet hardware fits seamlessly with any kitchen look. Whether it is traditional, modern, country, or eclectic—we'll have a style to complement.
Browse for that perfect piece of kitchen cabinet hardware with our wide selection by choosing the type you need: a knob, drawer pull, or even a ring. You can then narrow your search by brand, finish, or center to center spacing for even more shopping ease. Whether on the market for something in a particular style to accent the décor in a pleasing way or an option to match with the cabinet color perfectly, we have you covered. Find your ideal selection today.
Before you start shopping for cabinet hardware, you need to determine exactly what you need. Are you replacing knobs or pulls, or are they new cabinets? For a new installation, you can order pretty much whatever you want. If you are replacing old cabinet pulls, you'll want to measure the distance between your existing mounting holes and start shopping for pulls with the same spacing, so you don't have to drill new holes in your kitchen cabinets. Regardless of which approach you are taking, we are honored to be your source for high-quality solutions sure to meet your needs.
Are you looking to replace the door hardware you already have? We've done our best to find what you need for a replacement easier with our in-depth guides and blog articles. Make sure to visit our Replacing Door Hardware guide to follow simple step-by-step directions that can assist you in finding the products that you need.
Not only are we one of the largest online sources of door hardware for homeowners around the country, but we provide for homebuilders as well. We're happy to help you save time and money when you shop with us as a home builder. When you shop for your door hardware here, you can say goodbye to those hours spend wasting gas and time driving from hardware store to hardware store trying to locate exactly what you need. As we can ship our products directly from the manufacturer, you'll find that our inventory is almost always in stock and ready to ship directly to you. We can key most of our orders for no extra cost, and should you be a home builder living outside of Wyoming, you don't need to worry about sales tax! With less travel, more time saved, and potentially no sales tax, depending on the number of homes you work on during the year, this could save thousands of dollars. Need a quote for your next door hardware project? We would love to help! We're here to assist you in any way we can while you enjoy shopping our extensive inventory of the top name brands today.
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The most popular kitchen cabinet hardware comes from today's most trusted and respected brands on the market. These brands are Allison, Amerock, Atlas Homewares, Berenson Hardware, Beslagsboden, Century, Deltana, Dynasty, Emtek, Galleria, Hardware Resources, Onia, Residental Essentials, Rusticware, Schaub, and Top Knobs.
There are no strict rules to follow. Luckily, when it comes to choosing whether or not a knob or a pull, or mixing both, will work on your cabinets. One of the most common preferences you'll find many people choosing is to use knobs on any cabinet doors and pull for drawers. Larger doors, such as a pantry or pull-out doors (such as a pull-out for base pantries or trash pull-outs) are often outfitted with pulls as well.
The general consensus for many homeowners is that they find it easier to use a drawer pull because this allows the entire hand to grab instead of just the fingertips. When you think about how heavy a large drawer can get with pots, pans, dishes, metal utensils, etc., this makes using a pull extremely helpful.
If you are a fan of a more antique look, you could choose to use all knobs on drawers and cabinets, as using all knobs was the general standard many years ago before there were many different styles of hardware to choose from. Additionally, knobs are typically less expensive than pulls or t-pulls for cabinets, which may be an excellent choice for those with a budget. For a more contemporary style, you might decide to use pulls for everything.
Once you decide knobs or pulls, or a mix of both, you can begin to choose a hardware finish that will add gorgeous contrast to your cabinetry. Pick a darker hardware finish for white or light cabinet colors such as antique brushed satin brass, flat black, brushed antique brass, black nickel, bronze, or oil rubbed bronze. For darker cabinets, choose a lighter finish such as brushed chrome, polished chrome, stainless steel, or polished nickel. One thing to note, for a complete look, try and match your cabinet hardware with your cabinet's hinges or other objects such as faucets and appliances that will be in the same space as the knobs or pulls.
When it comes down to using knobs or pulls, that ultimately comes down to personal choice, and taking the time to evaluate all the options available and their pros and cons can save you time and money later replacing hardware you just don't like.
Whether you choose knobs or pulls, the next step is picking a size for your new cabinet hardware.
For knobs, choosing them in 1-1/4" is always a safe bet. For a more minimalistic look, you can size down. If you're looking for an oversized appearance, choose something larger and bulkier.
For pull sizes, this is where things can become a bit tricky. There are many options for sizes and configurations to choose from. We do have some recommendations below. However, keep in mind that the longer the pull, the more contemporary the style, if that is what you are searching for.
One of the most popular style options is to pick one single size and style and use it throughout the cabinetry. As to what size works best, again, that choice is up to you—but we do suggest choosing pulls that have at least 3-3/4" center to center (the distance between the screw holes.) Additionally, you'll want to pick a pull that is roughly 1/3 the length of the drawer you'll be using them on.
For kitchen drawers with differing widths, you can use a single pull longer in length on the larger drawers, which can offer a cleaner appearance and make it easier to operate your drawers.
Feel free to go full length for both drawers and cabinets for very modern cabinetry and kitchen looks.
Remember that the above suggestions aren't strict rules either. They're an excellent beginning point, but it is more than okay to stray from the norm when it comes to your unique style. Whenever you are unsure where to place cabinet hardware, use painter's tape to help you mark out ideas for where to place them. Painter's tape will give you a chance to see the placement before finalizing the hardware, plus it won't damage the finish of your cabinetry. If you aren't placing them yourself, make sure to express to your installer exactly how you want your cabinet hardware installed. Write down clear instructions so that you will get the perfect design results.