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.
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.
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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