Top 5: Kitchen Handles and Knobs

As well as colour, choosing kitchen hardware can be very difficult. The handles or knobs you select can change the whole aesthetic of your kitchen design. Over the years of installing our bespoke kitchens we’ve used many different hardware suppliers. From heavy industrial metals to minimalistic leathers, we wanted to share some of our favourites with you.

1. Buster + Punch – Pull Bar Handle

Buster and Punch’s pull bar is made from solid metal and characterised by their cross and linear signature knurls, giving an extraordinary look and feel. The metal pull bar handles come in a variety of finishes that make a truly industrial kitchen vibe.

Industrial Kitchen Brass Handle

2. Armac Martin – Cotswold Bun Knob

Inspired by the traditional beauty of the Cotswold villages, Cotswold is a timeless range of luxury solid brass hardware that takes note from the iconic English countryside. The Cotswold knob works beautifully in shaker style kitchens, with smooth fluid shapes leading the design and offering an array of choice to adorn cabinet doors and drawers. Like all their hardware, the Cotswold Bun Knob is made to order. What’s better is that there are over 20 finishes to choose from.

Cotswold Brass Cabinet Knob

3. Finesse – Bradley Pull Cup

Finesse Design are the only UK manufacturer of solid pewter door and window hardware products. Their luxury pewter hardware always give our kitchens a timeless design with modern twist. We feel their quintessentially British range of hardware is summarised in the Bradley Pull Cup. The Bradley Pull is so versatile you can see it throughout our kitchen designs from reclaimed and rustic, to classic and contemporary.

Pewter Cup Handle

4. Croft – Plain 6″ Handle

Croft Architectural Hardware’s products are finished by hand by local craftsmen in Willenhall. Their level of care and attention to detail involved in the manufacturing process produces a level of excellence unrivalled by most. By combining traditional skills with modern manufacturing techniques, their craftsmen produce luxury cabinet hardware built to stand the test of time. The quality of craftsmanship and design that goes into producing the Plain 6″ Handle means that each one is truly unique.

Antique Brass Kitchen Handle

5. M Marcus – Door Pull Handle on Plate

M.Marcus Ltd was established in 1940 in London. Owned and managed by the same family over three generations they have a reputation for a wide range of products. Their simple designs are available in a wide range of finishes allowing a seamless transition between rooms in the home. The Door Pull Handle on Plate works so well for larders in our Farmhouse Kitchen designs.

Larder Pull Handle

If you’re still undecided about your kitchen hardware take a look at our Bespoke Kitchen Designs. You’ll quickly be able to find out the aesthetic that draws your attention. It’s also always very important to see the hardware in reality, the feel of a product can sometimes sway your decision.

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