Cabinet Hardware

Detail of cabinet pulls on Delray Cherry cabinet doors

Decorative Cabinet Hardware

Add the Perfect Touch

Decorative cabinet hardware is a lot like jewelry, it can add the perfect accent. Dwelling offers many hardware styles including knobs, pulls and appliance pulls as well, making it easy to complete your design theme.

Visit our cabinet hardware gallery to view our product offering.

Knobs or Pulls
Loring cabinet doors and drawers with coordinating knobs and pulls

Maybe a combination of both! Your Dwelling Designer can guide you on the best cabinet hardware selection for your composition, taking into consideration your chosen door style, drawer front details and the interior finishes within your home.

Choosing the Hardware Finish
Close-up detail of cabinet pulls in an oil-rubbed bronze finish

When it comes to kitchen cabinet hardware material and color, let the rest of the components in your home be your guide. Interested in mixing finishes? Happily, today — almost anything goes — alleviating a right or wrong combination. Your Dwelling Designer can guide you on the most artful cabinet hardware choices to complement your entire home.

Tips for Positioning Cabinet Hardware
Close-up of Cayhill cabinet doors and drawers showing hardware positioning
  • For a flat center panel door, even with the horizontal rail is a is a good starting point — hold up the cabinet door hardware piece and let your eye make the final choice.
  • For wall cabinets with a raised center panel style door, set the knob or the bottom of the pull (top of pull on a base unit), directly across from the flat of the center panel.
  • With a mitered door, never position the cabinet door hardware in the lower corner where the mitered joints meet.
  • For drawers, if the hardware is of average size — 3" to 3 1/2" wide — a good rule of thumb is to position one piece of cabinet hardware on drawers that are less than 24" wide, and two pieces per drawer front on those that are over 24" wide.