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Cabinet Hardware

While many don’t put too much thought into the workings of their kitchen and bathroom cabinets, there are actually quite a few different elements that need to come together for these types of storage spaces to function properly.

Latches, Hinges, and Drawer Slides are all structural elements that are necessary when installing or replacing cabinets and drawers. Latches are an addition that adds a mechanism to keep cabinet doors firmly closed when they aren’t in use. There are a range of options from simple spring roller latches and magnetic catch latches to more secure measures that feature child safe mechanisms or even a lock and key. Hinges seem straightforward at first, but there are actually a wide variety of different styles and shapes to accommodate differently framed cabinets and preferences for appearance. Drawer slides are the hardware pieces that allow a drawer to slide in and out of its closed position. These also come in a few different styles including smooth ball bearing slides, full extension variations, and soft close slides.

Cabinet Knobs and Pulls are great accessories that put the fun in functional hardware. They come in such a huge variety of sizes, styles, and shapes that can add a lot of character to a space. Cabinet hardware can also be a great way to breathe new life into an old piece of furniture; with a new pulls and a fresh coat of paint any dresser, nightstand, or accent cabinet can completely change styles or even look brand new.

To give a drawer or cabinet a more decorative appearance, you can also add a backplate behind the knob or pull. Backplates protect the cabinet surface around the knob from wear, offer even more opportunity for embellishment, and also can aid in covering up any holes from prior hardware that was differently sized or shaped.

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