Looking for affordable cabinet hardware? Here are some of my favorite cabinet drawer and door pulls by category.
Thank you so much for all your sweet comments about the new office space.
But did you notice anything?
Look at that white hutch with the scalloped trim on the top.
I’ve posted about it on the blog before.
Do you remember what it looked like before it ended up looking all cute and farmhousy in the corner?
It was a little different.
Let me show you.
It used to look just like this.
Just a little more vivid.
A little more of a statement.
I actually painted this piece for a photography campaign with FrogTape. They asked me to create a piece for their social and online media to represent one of their trends this year. The trend was SHINE with this colorful paint palette. I actually LOVE projects like this where I’m challenged to think outside my comfort zone and create something that I wouldn’t normally decorate with.
I knew all along I wouldn’t keep it these colors because they don’t work in my house.
I knew I would paint it back white all along. That’s why I chose it. I knew it would be perfect on this back wall in the corner.
I just needed some really fun affordable cabinet hardware to take it to the next level.
I found these.
Aren’t they the CUTEST?
And they are such good quality and so affordable.
Six to a package for under $19.
I added them to the hutch and the matching piece in the bay window.
One quick hardware tip.
If you can’t find a matching pull for a piece (or if the holes are too far apart because the original hardware is vintage)–you can always double up on the knobs and add two knobs instead of one handle.
And in my hunt for hardware for this cabinet? I discovered SO MANY cute pull ideas over on Amazon. I love ordering hardware from there because you can easily return it if it doesn’t work and you can always find the exact number of pulls that you need (raise your hand if you’ve gone to the hardware store and you are one pull short from the pulls in the bin).
Here are some hardware pieces from my house and a few new discoveries that I’m planning on ordering for client pieces.
The Best Affordable Cabinet Hardware
I thought it would be easier if we broke these down into categories.
These knobs and pulls are in my new favorite category.
The gold just looks so fresh and current.
It’s such an easy and inexpensive way to update a piece of thrift store furniture.
And it looks so sturdy and substantial (and expensive even though they aren’t).
gold-colored cabinet hardware
//these circle hardware pulls//
//these gold cylindrical cabinet knobs//
//these crystal and gold drawer pulls//
Clear crystal knobs are my go-to.
I have them in the kitchen—both the knobs and the pulls.
The knobs and pulls add a little bit of bling without being super overwhelming.
Any time I can’t decide which pulls to use because I’m not sure what will match with the colors on the painted piece?
Clear crystal works perfectly.
clear crystal hardware
//these gold and crystal knobs//
//these victorian crystal pulls (from my kitchen)//
//these crystal and gold drawer pulls//
//these square crystal knobs//
These are two examples of hardware in the house.
These swing knobs and black hardware are from the piece in the hallway.
In the dining room, I painted a thrift store piece white and added these round white knobs.
And then I found the CUTEST patterned knobs in black and white.
black and white hardware
//set of four black and white patterned knobs//
//set of 20 black and white patterned pulls//
These are the cabinet pulls from the dressers in our bedroom.
I love the vintage look of them.
I also just found the cutest blue and white hardware I think I’m going to use for the dresser in the front living room.
Everything is linked below.
blue and white hardware
//these blue and white knobs//
//this set of blue and white knobs//
//these hand-painted blue and white knobs//
//blue and white drawer pulls//
//this set of 10 farmhouse pulls//
Here’s where it all started.
A little before and after thrift store makeover.
And along the way I discovered all this affordable cabinet hardware for about five more projects.
Here’s to all the rabbit holes full of hardware. 🙂
PS Tons more thrift store makeovers pinned here.
disclosure: this post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase using my links, I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you Thank you for supporting Thistlewood.
14 Comments - Leave a comment
Share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share by email