One of the finishing touches of a beautiful renovation is selecting hardware for your kitchen. There are endless styles and finishes to choose from ranging from traditional to contemporary or even whimsical depending on your personal taste. A nice touch is to coordinate your cabinet hardware with the sink faucet, as one of our designers recently did in a homeowner’s new kitchen.

Selecting Hardware for Your Kitchen

Selecting Hardware for Your Kitchen

The oil rubbed bronze finish stands out against the lighter cabinetry and countertops. We also love how the handles have a hand made detailed look that compliments the homeowner’s style throughout the home.

Selecting Hardware for Your Kitchen

This style of drawer pull is called a Window Sash Pull.

What they are courtesy of Houzz: Pulls based on window sash fittings, designed to lift heavy windows in the early 1900s during the transitional period.  These are window-sash-style pulls, the homey comfort food of cabinetry hardware. They take us back to an old-fashioned era when window fittings were smooth and simple, with softly rounded handles.

Pros: Easy to grip, nostalgic
They’re good for you if: You need a firm grip to open drawers and doors.
Styles they work with: Traditional, Arts and Crafts, colonial, country, vintage

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