The Best Kitchen Cabinet Hardware Finds in Every Finish
Give your dated kitchen drawers and cabinet doors a refresh with our designer-worthy hardware picks in every finish.
Replace your old, forgettable hardware with eye-catching fixtures that elevate your kitchen design and showcase your interior design style. There are tons of handles and knobs to shift through online, but don’t worry — we’ve got you! Below, we’re sharing 18 designer-worthy kitchen cabinet hardware finds that will elevate and enliven your space in one afternoon or less.
Unsure which finish works for you? Use our interior design style as your guide to narrow down the perfect hue. Matte black hardware is ideal for modern and industrial interiors, while oil-rubbed bronze is unmatched for farmhouse and rustic kitchens. And, when in doubt, unlacquered brass and polished nickel are both timeless, failproof finishes that work with every interior design style.
Best Brass Kitchen Cabinet Hardware
You’ll be hard-pressed to find kitchen cabinet hardware that compares to the Vernon Bin Pulls from Rejuvenation. The solid, unlacquered brass pulls are molded into a timeless (and functional!) silhouette to bring effortless elegance to your cabinets and drawer fronts. Unlacquered brass hardware develops a dreamy green patina over time, making it a designer favorite for creating a rich, lived-in beauty that continues to grow with each touch.
Searching for kitchen cabinet hardware with a contemporary look with the same storied patina finish? The solid brass Perles Drawer Pull checks out. Its clean-lined design appears at home in modern, of-the-moment kitchens and looks lovely anchored to shaker and flat-panel cabinetry alike. Cater to your cabinet fronts with your choice of three sizes, and if unlacquered brass isn’t your thing, take your pick from five additional finishes instead: oil-rubbed bronze, polished nickel, brushed satin brass, brushed nickel or aged brass.
Kick your traditional kitchen charm up five or 10 notches with a set of new brass cupboard latches. This classic hardware is a staple in French country, transitional and cottage kitchens to secure inset, or flush, cabinet doors. Bonus: Installing cupboard latches to your kitchen cabinets gives you instant design brownie points because those who know, know. Prepare for compliments galore.
Love the look of aged brass but completely uninterested in waiting out the patina process to get there? These honey bronze handles give you a similar antique look straight from the box. Snag a set in your choice of five sizes, and be sure to peruse the other five finishes (polished nickel and flat black earn our vote!) before checking out.
Oh, you fancy, huh? You’re deserving of a kitchen that shines just as bright as you. Use these stunning sparklers to make the first step in the right direction. The contemporary crystal and brass design will elevate even the most dated, dusty and played-out cabinet doors and drawers. Each handle is unlacquered brass and develops a storied patina that grows more beautiful with each passing year.
Nothing screams expensive like a kitchen with a fierce and fancy fridge. Give your refrigerator that high-end, designer look with this sleek, brushed champagne appliance pull. Tip: The most popular length for appliance pulls is either 12 or 18 inches and looks luxurious when used on the entry of your pantry or taller, built-in cabinet doors.
Best Matte Black + Oil-Rubbed Bronze Kitchen Cabinet Hardware
Streamlined and unfussy, the Emerson drawer pull from Rejuvenation looks dynamite in modern and industrial kitchens alike. Inspired by the Northwest, the solid brass pull is enduring with a fresh-yet-familiar silhouette and a timeless oil-rubbed bronze finish. Oh, and did we mention it pairs seamlessly with just about any cabinet color imaginable? Because it does.
Oil-rubbed bronze and brass in a sharp silhouette? You genuinely can’t go wrong with a trifecta like this. Add the iron-forged Lusso handles to kitchen cabinet drawers and doors to show off your design chops with very minimal effort. The Lusso handle comes in four standard sizes and two additional finishes: brass-iron and silver-copper.
Inky, iron hardware is having a bit of a comeback moment, especially regarding rustic or farmhouse design. These iron handle pulls feature a modern, sleek silhouette that is just the ticket for creating killer contrast against ivory cabinets. For equally stunning results, pair these pulls with matte black or charcoal cabinets. The dark-on-dark combination will appear both understated and modern.
A surefire way to create eye-catching dimension to otherwise flat cabinetry is by incorporating textured or mixed-metal hardware. The nickel and gunmetal pulls demand attention, looking ultra-stylish against the contemporary, taupe cabinets.
Best Nickel Kitchen Cabinet Hardware
Update your midcentury, contemporary or minimalist kitchen with these clean, high-shine nickel pulls. The gleaming, whisper-thin design elevates any cabinet front and feels all at once timely and timeless. Choose between two sizes, and if nickel isn't for you, try out the other two hues: brushed brass or oil-rubbed bronze.
Best Unique Kitchen Cabinet Hardware
You should probably go ahead and grab several of these leather pulls. The versatile, woven belt-like design can play into a masculine, industrial space while appearing equally at home in an eclectic, bungalow kitchen. Use a few for cool contrast against glossy, lacquered cabinets, or add them to gussy-up simple, stained wood cabinetry for rustic appeal.
If you pull a Carrie Bradshaw and use your oven and kitchen cabinets for shoe storage, then this is the haute hardware you need for your life. Think of these glimmering brass and glass handles as the ultimate accessories to take your cabinetry to the next level. And you already know the value and transformative power of a good accessory, right?
Art deco influence is permeating the design world right now and for good reason. Why not invite the period of unapologetic glitz into your very own kitchen? Yield glamour galore to your glossy drawers and cabinet drawers with these fanned, brass deco pulls.