Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Once you have remodeled your kitchen, you may think you are done with the process. You picked out a sink, new flooring, and the type of cabinets you want, right? It is time to relax and wait for everything to come together. But wait! You still have one more job to do before you can relax. You must pick out knobs and pulls for your kitchen cabinets and drawers and yes, they are more important than you may think.
Below, we will go over some of the most commonly chosen knobs and pulls to help get you acquainted with them.
1. Cup Pulls
The cup pull is a common choice in any home and it helps elevate the luxurious feel within your kitchen. These pulls are an upside down “C” shape and they allow you to place your hand underneath and pull them.
Each one of these pulls is easy to use and clean. You can choose from a variety of different colors to match your kitchen.
2. Bar Pulls
Bar pulls are a bit simpler than the cup pulls, but they are sleek and look great. These pulls sit in the middle of the drawer or cabinet and usually take up most of the door itself. You can choose to have the bars smaller or longer depending on your preference.
Each one of these pulls is easy to use, easy to maintain, and they offer a streamlined look for your kitchen.
3. Novelty Knobs
Novelty knobs are just that – a novelty and they offer you some personality in your kitchen. You can choose from a large number of designs and styles. For instance, you could have your cabinet handles look like forks and knives.
Each of these knobs is ideal because they add a touch of fun to your kitchen, but they are quite comparable to traditional round knobs. You may enjoy expressing your personality within your kitchen, but the handles will not be much more elevated than traditional options.
If you are looking for knobs and pulls for your kitchen, consider what style you like and how it will function within your kitchen. You may find that one option is better than the next.