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Cabinet Hardware & Knobs

Well-chosen cabinet hardware and knobs can enhance your home's unique style and décor. Whether your kitchen or bath features rich, neutral hues, eclectic charm, or a rustic vibe, custom cabinet hardware and knobs from Bellacor can give it a finishing touch. A unique selection of quality cabinet hardware styles can be found for every look and aesthetic here.

Choosing the right cabinet hardware to match your cabinet finish
The type of hardware you choose for your cabinets can dramatically change their overall appearance as well as the look and feel of an entire room. Copper and gold cabinet hardware both add warmth to neutral finishes, while knobs, drawer pulls and hinges in cool metals like chrome, nickel and pewter look particularly fresh placed against classic white cabinets. Cabinet hardware in rich, dark shades of matte black, antique brass and iron deliver just the right amount of contrast to lighter, brighter kitchens and bathrooms, and they can even give traditional wood finishes and rustic spaces a modern finishing touch.

Tips for replacing cabinet hardware
Before you replace your cabinet hardware, it’s important to know some basic tricks of the trade. When you purchase your new knobs, handles and hinges, measure the space between the existing holes in your cabinet (often referenced as the "Center to Center" dimension or "drill centers"). You'll want to be sure that they’re the same size as the hardware they’re replacing or you will need to fill in existing holes and drill new ones. Remove any existing hardware first, and cover, if necessary, any holes with wood-filling putty in a matching hue. Use a putty knife to press the putty into each hole, scraping the knife across the hole to create a flat surface. Use a damp cloth to remove any excess, and allow the putty time to dry. Finally, affix your new hardware in its place.

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