At Premium Cabinets of Tulsa, we are here to lessen your worries with the right type of knobs and pulls. Keep in mind that choosing the right handle is like a walk in the park, however, they are different kind for you to choose from, hence making rushed decisions just to get done with it. It may be a micro design element that could have a macro impact to the overall look.
The secret is to narrow it down in an array of many to the ones that you would prefer, and here are the ways:
- If you want knobs and pulls based on resale the best option is to opt for the ones with top-selling finish, such as nickel, chrome and bronze.
- Base your inspiration on kitchen faucet style and finish.
Shopping at specialty showrooms might be expensive but trust it is worth it. At Premium Cabinets, they have glass knobs, swirly knobs, modern knobs and much more, if you want to splurge for something different feel free to visit their website. Nonetheless, here are the few important ones with some of its pros and cons:
Streamline Modern: Inspired by 1930’s era also known as the steam-punk constituting of high-speed rails and ships of the art deco with thick curved, slender and horizontal lines.
These lovelies appear naturally in the modern cabinetry, keep in mind that they are made of stainless les, hence perfect for dark stained woods as well as nautical themed rooms.
Some of its pros include elegancy, sleek and roomy, nevertheless, the cons is that the large ones are way expensive than the small ones.
Bar pulls: Best suited for you if you prefer a primeval and an unfussy look, they are versatile in that they can work out with many cabinetry designs. Moreover, it not only emphasizes on the kitchen feel, but also puts aside the need of having two pulls on one wide drawer.
Rule of the thumb, one pull is approximately 18 inches, but you are allowed to choose more than that.
It offers a secure grip and has a streamlined outlook, but on the not-so-bright side, its largeness tends to stand out more. Further, it works in modern, minimalist, contemporary, traditional, transitional and shaker decor.
Bin Pulls: Also known as cup pulls, are cup-shaped pulls usually upside-down, highly popularized in the 19th century. It is god for you if your drawers are especially heavy and they can rhyme well in Shaker, traditional, vintage, country and eclectic decor.
Back to details, trying to keep up with detail and austerity the Bin pull were originally made from wood peg, cherry, maple and pine. You can easily identify it from its cup-shaped door pulls with small knobs for the doors.
Usually, they have a matte nickel finish which you can find in most cabinet hardware store, ranging from $8 to $15. Before making any decision get the number required and estimate the price together with the hinges.
Cons: Tend to go well with most traditional styles.
Pros: Easy to use, easy to clean, can go with a variety of traditional cabinet style.
Overall, there are other types of door knobs and pull which will be discussed later on, but feel free to contact your nearest Premium Cabinets location for a custom quote or expert advice the right one.