Classic pulls, knobs, and latches lend lasting style to cabinets, drawers, and furniture throughtout your home. Whether you are restoring vintage furniture or simply replacing hardware for a fresh look, our selection of cabinet hardware offers options to fit any setting.
Whether you are renovating kitchen cabinets or restoring period furniture, replacing existing cabinet knobs and pulls with new ones is typically a quick and simple project. Cabinet knobs generally require only one screw for mounting while cabinet pulls usually require two screws. When replacing cabinet or furniture drawer pulls, it is important to consider the distance between existing screw holes in the drawer or door. This distance is typically measured in inches between the center of the first drill hole to the center of the second drill hole and is referred to as the drawer pull's "center to center", "centers", or "boring". Selecting pulls with center measurements that match the screw holes in the cabinet door or drawer ensures that the new pulls can be mounted using the existing screw holes. Another consideration when selecting new cabinet knobs and pulls is the potential need to cover up wear marks on the surface cabinet doors or drawers. Many knobs and pulls are offered with backplates that can help cover worn areas around the bases of the original cabinet knobs or between the bases of the original cabinet pulls. A knob or pull's projection can be another factor. Projection is the distance that the knob or pull extends from the cabinet door or drawer. The projection may become a concern if the knob or pull extends into tight spaces or into high traffic areas. Beyond these rather simple technical details, the selection of cabinet knobs and drawer pulls is a matter of sorting through the endless array of styles, shapes, and sizes of cabinet knobs and pulls to find just the right one for your project.
Whether enriching antique furniture with vintage-reproduction glass or brass cabinet knobs or creating a fresh look for kitchen cabinets with distinctive rustic bronze cabinet knobs, you are sure to find the perfect knob to complete your project among our extensive collection of unique cabinet knobs.
Modern to vintage, ring pulls offer a stylish alternative to cabinet knobs for drawers, cupboard doors, or anything that opens. Ring pulls feature a handle, frequently circular, that hangs from a single post. Many ring pulls have a decorative backplate that serves both form and function. The backplate adds detail while protecting furniture.
Authentic antique reproduction pendant pulls restore the charm of vintage cabinets and drawers. Also known as drop pulls, pendant pulls feature a single pendant handle hanging from its backplate. Pendant pulls' low projection makes them an excellent alternative to knobs for drawers or cabinet doors that open into tight spaces or heavy traffic areas.
Bin drawer pulls embellished with elaborate Victoria designs or handcrafted textures common to the Arts & Crafts period make a dramatic statement while simple cup pulls provide a subtle drawer handle solution.
Mounted vertically for cabinet doors and horizontally for cabinet and furniture drawers, bar pulls are available in styles that range from primitive black cast iron handles to brilliant glass drawer pulls offered in a rainbow of color options.
Our selection of antique reproduction bail pulls feature period designs and today's most popular finishes. Sometimes called drop handle pulls, or simply drawer handles, bail pulls have a handle that hangs loosely between two posts. Many bail pulls, including the popular Hepplewhite or Chippendale drawer pulls, have a backplate to protect the drawer surface.
Old-fashion surface mount cabinet latches secure inset kitchen cupboard doors. Our antique reproduction cabinet latches add a great vintage accent to period-themed kitchens.
Bring out the unique character of your kitchen or mudroom cabinetry with new cabinet hinges that lend vintage charm and superb functionality.
Complete your chest woodworking project with new chest hardware. Chest handles provide a sturdy grip while trunk corner guards protect vulnerable trunk corners from impact.