Shaker Kitchen Cabinet Hardware Style

We all know that shaker kitchen cabinets always look beautiful in any type of décor; however, from a minimalist and Mediterranean view it usually depends on what you match them with. Hardware is similar to accessories and without it the space would feel void. Thus, it is essential to add attractive elements, such as lighting tiles, to add that classy and elegant looking according to the owner’s preference. Below are a few rundowns for a shaker design kitchen cabinet:

Steel knobs, Traditional, and Bin Pulls
Achieves a simplistic nature that you have always wanted, further, unadorned cabinet hardware makes the clean and simple lines from the shaker cabinet stand out.

The Shaker door is a versatile style and it can rhyme in both the vintage or modern decor. It is important to know that a shaker cabinet can be finished with a bin pull and knobs, to give it that timeless impact.

Schaub & Company Northport Knob
Why this one? It adds that retro flair to your overall kitchen look, typically, you will put knobs and bin pulls on drawers.

The Northport Knobs are usually applied on cabinets with:

  • Exposed hinges
  • Stainless steel
  • White marble countertops
  • Honed black countertop
  • Industrial-style lighting

For a vintage look, the face screws become functional and may be faux, with the bin pull attached on the back.

Vintage Glass or Ceramic Knobs
Also known as the Depression Era glass, it is classic and has a stained finish which contrasts well with a white glass knob. Placing knobs instead of pulls on the cabinet doors helps give it the vintage feel as well. The knobs can either be done with a face screw or without, and it exists in a variety of colors.

Hexagonal Glass Knobs and Nickel-plated Bolt
This style goes back to the Victorian or colonial era and they are styled well with:

  • Glass-front hutch cabinets
  • Stained wood cabinets
  • Butler’s pantry
  • Scullery-style cabinets

Vintage pulls with open screws
Similar to vintage double – hung window hardware, it gives your kitchen that industrial or vintage touch, you can decide to use a nickel finish that is oil- rubbed and has bronze or antique brass to give it authenticity too. They do well in:

  • Subway tiles
  • Stainless steel counter tops
  • Commercial-style appliance
  • Farm sinks
  • Industrial-style lighting

Tubular Bar pulls
It can be long and dramatic depending on your reference; they are mostly used on slabs or panel doors. If is a nickel or stainless steel finish, it transforms your traditional shaker cabinets to a modern looking one.

Also referred to as a barrel pull, they exist in a variety of sizes and finishes and they work well with:

  • Long and skinny mosaic tiles
  • Oversize and rectangular tiles
  • Ebony cabinets
  • Espresso stained cabinet tiles
  • Modern pendant lighting

Flat Bar Pulls
Suitable when you want a contemporary edgy look, these decorative beauties adds length to your overall décor. Suitable for:

  • White or dark Shaker cabinets
  • Square-edged stone or concrete countertops
  • Glass backsplashes
  • Oversized rectangular tile

Overall, you can spice up your kitchen with these hardware styles. At Premium Cabinets of Kalispell, they have a variety of shaker styles and designs, feel free to contact them anytime.