Kitchen Hardware

Updating kitchen cupboard hardware is one of those things that people don’t think to do because one, it seems expensive and two there is always something else that takes precedence.  I knew it would be a dramatic difference but I kept putting it off because of cost and I couldn’t commit to a style.    After looking at kitchen pulls and knobs for months, I kept coming back to a few kitchen photos I had in my pinterest account starting with this one:

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I love this hardware…so simple and industrial looking.  I also love how they chose not to put any knobs on the lower cabinets and went with all pulls.

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 I love them in polished nickel, too.

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So with those three images stuck in my head, I was on the search for something similar, if not exact.  Here’s where I landed…..the Duluth pulls from Restoration Hardware.

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Duluth Pull-Restoration Hardware

The Duluth Knobs were a little too modern for me (hard to believe, right?) so I went with the Lugarno instead.

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Lugarno Knob-Restoration Hardware

 

Here’s the before:

Not sure if you can tell how ‘cheap’ looking my kitchen hardware was in this before photo.  I think I was so excited to get rid of those pulls and knobs that I didn’t slow down to take a close up photo.

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Here’s the after:

 

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Now I really need to replace the countertop and see if that makes me like my cabinets or do I pull the trigger and paint white?  I’ve only been debating this for four years now!

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One Response to “Kitchen Hardware”

  1. Rebecca
    March 24, 2014 at 8:10 pm #

    The hardware looks great. Go for it – paint those cabinets white !

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