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.