Updated: Jan 18
Creating a comfortable and refined living space that you love requires paying a little extra attention to the details. For a quick and affordable way to refresh your kitchen, consider swapping out your old knobs and bin pulls with our gorgeous antique reproductions.
Small details like cabinet knobs and hinges can have a big impact on the overall aesthetic of your kitchen. Not only does upgrading your cabinet hardware emphasize the design of your kitchen, but it also makes a difference in terms of usability when cooking and cleaning. Check out some of our best-selling products below for more inspiration!
Ceramic Cabinet Knobs
Ceramic knobs are a gorgeous choice for subtle decor in kitchens, bathrooms and even bedrooms. The smooth surface looks gorgeous against painted cabinets and drawers. With a variety of different colors to choose from, these knobs are a great addition to help pull together the colors and aesthetics of the room.
Bennington Ceramic Cabinet Knobs | Sold Individually | 1" Diameter, 13/8" Projection
One of our featured ceramic knobs is our Bennington knob. Made in Bennington, Vermont in the 1850's, the knob is hand-swirled with three colors of clay and fired in an oven to give the illusion of being marble or wood. Ours are made just like the originals!
Rounded Petal Cupboard Knobs
Rounded Petal Small Cupboard Knob | Sold Individually | 15/16" Diameter, 3/4" Projection
Our Rounded Petal Cupboard knob adds just the right amount of sunshine to any room. This is a reproduction of a knob dating back to the 1880's. To match various room styles and designs, these knobs are available in lacquered brass, polished bronze and black powder coated iron.
Oriental Oval Bin Pull
Oriental Oval Bin Pull | Sold Individually | Measurements: 3 3/4” x 1 1/2”, 3 1/4” C to C
Our Oriental Pattern dates all the way back to 1885. The detailed pattern has three symbolic elements that reoccur: an open fan, the rising sun and bamboo. Our durable and detailed oval bin pull is sure to turn heads against matte black and white surfaces.