Contrasting or Classic?
Transitional Cabinets For Your Open Concept Home
The open concept home has been getting a lot of attention as the kitchen moves from a work room to a gathering space. If matching your kitchen cabinets to the woodwork and colour scheme of the rest of your home is a goal, you might want drawer knobs and cabinet pulls that are a bit more muted.
For example, this simple silver beaded knob is a simple classic design that will serve you for years.
Compare and Contrast
Another beautiful kitchen trend features cabinets in different colours and offers cooks a great deal of variety in their color choices. Beautiful and contrasting glass and ceramic knobs would look great in a two-toned kitchen or could be added as an eye-catching feature on an island.
Personalise and Travel
If you’re a renter and want to personalise your space without drawing the wrath of your landlord, custom ceramic or glass knobs would be a simple way to make your apartment your own.
Carefully study the current size of your cabinet knobs. If the cabinets are painted, go ahead and loosen one knob to see if it pulls away easily. Some knobs can be a little sticky to remove; you may need to loosen the nut on the back of the knob until the body of the nut covers the threads at the end of the knob. Then you can tap on the knob to see if it comes free of the drawer front. (This step is critically important; if you tap on the screw itself you may damage the threads.)
Don’t Stop At The Kitchen
Built-in cabinets offer homeowners the option to store linens and other supplies out of sight and out of mind. If you have a built-in cabinet in the hall near the bedrooms, consider adding custom knobs to this cupboard for a pop of colour and cheer.
Your kitchen can be a place of joy and offer a peek into who you are as a cook and a nurturer. By adding custom kitchen knobs to your space, you can enjoy working in a space that truly inspires you.