Cabinet hardware, also known as the "jewelry" of home decor, is a functional and decorative accent. They are available in various sizes, styles, and finishes to suit most decorating needs. Cabinet hardware can add that perfect finishing touch to a space, whether it's with a knob, handle, or pull. We've come up with five cabinet hardware types that will work for any space and style.
1. Cabinet Knob
The most popular type of cabinet hardware is the knob. Decorative or simple in style, a cabinet knob is attached to a cabinet door or drawer with a single screw. Available in round and square shapes, knobs come in various materials such as brass, stainless steel, glass, stone, and zinc. The most common size is 1-1/4 inches in diameter.
2. Cabinet Pull
Commonly referred to as cabinet handles or drawer pulls, a cabinet pull is attached to a cabinet or drawer with two or more screws. Whether you want a simple or ornate style, it's typically used on larger cabinet doors or drawers. The most popular sizes are 3 to 4 inches in length.
3. Cup Pull
Typically called a bin pull or half-moon pull, a cup pull's semi-circular shape provides easy-to-open handle for drawers. Though its specifically designed to open drawers, it can also be used on doors. The unique designs can add interest—whether with industrial, country, or contemporary style—to cabinetry in a bathroom or kitchen.
4. Appliance Pull
Frequently referred to as sub-zero or oversized pulls, an appliance pull is considered an extra-large cabinet pull specifically designed for larger kitchen appliances such as dishwashers, refrigerators, and trash compactors. Its oversized design is made with extra material for durability to withstand frequent use.
5. Bail Pull
Also referred to as a drop pull, bail pulls feature a hanging handle that makes it easy to open drawers or cabinet doors. A traditional and versatile style, this type of hardware adds a decorative touch to cabinetry or furniture in any space from the kitchen to bedroom.
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