You’ve chosen your cabinet door style and have decided on the finish and color. You can now relax, unwind, and…wait! You don’t want to give up yet. There are still essential decisions about cabinet hardware, the knobs, and the pulls that will finish your kitchen remodel project.

You can transform your Lehigh Valley home’s cabinets and drawers into designer-worthy pieces with the help of reliable kitchen remodelers.

Although some kitchens can be built without knobs and pulls, many homeowners prefer modern cabinet hardware to personalize their projects. Knobs and pulls reduce wear and tear on cabinets and finger smudges, grime, and dirt that can build up when your hands touch the cabinet doors daily; they are essential styling elements.

Although you may be tempted to believe that you will get to the kitchen hardware selections later, it is better to let cabinet installers make the final decision. You can enjoy your kitchen’s finished look sooner and cross one more item off your list.

Which cabinet hardware style is most in-demand?

Here’s a list of the most requested knobs and pulls. It includes everything down to the top-rated hardware style, updated for 2022!

Allison Satin Nickel Knobs

This is the classic stainless steel knob that will complement almost any kitchen. The base adds a little style to the knob.

Satin Nickel & Oil Rubber Bronze Cup Pulls

This pull style is known as “apothecary Pulls” and works well in modern and traditional kitchens that focus on retro motifs.

Inspirations(tm) Oil Rubbed Bronze Ring Knobs

These knobs can be subtly decorated and are ideal for transitional or traditional kitchens. However, circular accents could complement modern kitchens with dot- or circle-based patterns.

Conrad(tm) Oil Rubbed Bronze Scroll Pulls.

This pull looks very traditional at first. It’s a conventional pull, but when you install it on Shaker-style cabinets in modern kitchens, you have a retro flair and a geometric pattern.

Inspirations(tm), Satin Nickel Ring Knobs

The slightly raised pattern, similar to the Oil Rubbed Bronze Knobs, is a modern take on the traditional style.

Inspirations(tm), Weathered Nickel & Oil-Rubbed Bronze Pulls

This pull is a very versatile option. The power is sleek enough for modernist designers. However, the arch’s subtle curves complement traditional and transitional kitchen designs.

Polished Nickel Knobs Needs Revitalization

This is a slightly more accentuated version of the standard cabinet knobs. It will match any kitchen design.

Candler Antique Silver Pulls

This style pull is subtle and stylish. It can be used with any design, from traditional to contemporary.

Candler Satin Nickel Rectangular knobs

This knob is the companion of the Candler Pull and makes a beautiful duo. They add depth to the overall kitchen design when paired together. Because of their added weight, pulls go on drawers. Knobs are on the doors.

Allison(TM) Satin Nickel & Oil Rubbed Bronze Pulls

This is a draw for those who love simplicity. This style is also available for accessible kitchens. They are easier to use than knobs.

Bar pulls in Stainless Steel.

This is currently our most-loved cabinet hardware. This sleek pull is ideal for modern kitchens with minimalist designs. This pull is big on style with its round shapes and stark 90-degree angles.

We’ve seen a rise in the popularity of brushed and satin brass cabinet hardware. The Washington Post reports a new trend to mix metals in industrial-styled kitchens. However, the classic stainless steel, satin nickel, and oil rubbed Bronze knobs and pulled remain the most popular. Your taste and style will dictate the design of your kitchen. It is the heart of your home and the essential room in the house. Enjoy your new kitchen, so choose what you love!

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