Cabinet hardware can drastically improve the appearance of your kitchen or bathroom. Changing or replacing your cabinet hardware may give you a fresh look without tonnes of money. The cabinet hardware is attractive and protects the finish on the cabinet fronts from the oils in your hands.
The hole configuration of the new hardware must match that of the old hardware.
Most cabinet hardware is made from the following materials: brass, steel, wood, ceramic, plastic, acrylic, crystal, zinc die-cast, aluminum, and porcelain.
They are available in various options such as decorative, storage, bath, functional, and appliance handles.
The hardware’s position and height are entirely determined by what suits you the best.
For added cabinet face protection, backplates can be pulled or placed behind a cabinet knob.
Door types to determine the type of hinges you need are Flush, Inset, and Overlay. Hinges may be hidden, Surface mount, flush, or whole inset hinges, Overlay hinges, Wrap hinges, Face frame/face mount hinges, and self-closing hinges.