Stone Mill Hardware 'Ivy' Oil Rubbed Bronze Cabinet Pulls - It wasn't so long that cabinet hardware appeared to be a relic of the past. New Euro cabinet styles not only did away with the hinges but the pulls and knobs as well. While this created a cleaner, more sophisticated look it robbed the house of a bit of its own soul, as personality became secondary to clean concealed characteristics and lines.
Thankfully, designers and builders took a 2nd look at cabinetry, when cabinet hardware wasn't only visible time for the days but utilized as a design component as well. This partly explains the huge selection of back plates, knobs, pulls, drawer glides and depends on the industry these days.
You're planning to purchase when looking at new cabinet hardware, by looking at the cabinets you've got now or the types you want to start. Cabinets use various types of hardware. For example, if your current cabinets have concealed hinges you may not be in a position to retro-fit them with hinges that are visible, as the cabinets themselves are not established far enough apart to accommodate them.
By looking at the cabinets you've got now, so start and see how they can be refitted without having to do lots of retrofitting. One of the most easy things to do would be to change the pulls with knobs or new pulls out with knobs that are new. When operating with pulls, you do need to be conscious that not all pulls are the same width so that you might not be in a position to match the bolt holes precisely. Knobs are the easiest to to displace because you are only matching one hole that is existing, perhaps not two as with pulls.