The 10 Best Cabinet Pulls

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This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in March of 2020. Renovating your home can be costly, and if you do not have the cash for a total remodel, there are ways you can give your home's interior a fresh appearance without breaking the bank. Replacing your cabinet handles is a quick and simple method to make your kitchen or bathroom look new and improved while sticking to your budget, and this list will help you make the right selection. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Homdiy Brushed Nickel

2. Franklin Straight

3. Franklin Brass

Editor's Notes

April 24, 2020:

Adding new hardware to the cabinets in your kitchen or bathroom is the quickest and most affordable way to update the space with ease. Selecting the new handles might seem like a challenge because there are so many beautiful options available, like the Hamilton Bowes. Price is also a big factor in choosing new handles. Keeping your budget in mind, you can easily find gorgeous models to breathe new life into your home.

For a more vintage look, consider the Jetland Antique. If your tastes lean towards a more modern theme, the Homdiy Brushed Nickel is a good option. For a traditional style, the Koofizo Square Foot is simple and tasteful. Color is also a factor, so if you want something that pops, think about the Sunriver Brushed Brass, which look stunning when paired with cabinetry that has a darker finish. While you are updating your kitchen hardware, you can also create more space within the cabinets by choosing a cabinet organizer.

4. Homdiy Antique Handle

5. Jetland Antique

6. Koofizo Square Foot

7. Ravinte 30 Pack

8. Alpine Hardware

9. Sunriver Brushed Brass

10. Hamilton Bowes

Christopher Thomas
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