Is there a kitchen or bathroom upgrade in your future? As with any home remodeling project, there are decisions you’ll need to make. Some of these will be easy, while others may require more time and consideration. One choice you may not have even thought about yet, however, is what kind of cabinet hardware will look best. Regardless of whether you’re planning a bathroom or kitchen update, selecting the right hardware for your cabinets is important. In fact, these small features greatly enhance your space. While your professional contractor can assist you with this decision, it’s a good idea to begin thinking about your preferences early. Here are several useful tips to help you pick the right cabinet hardware for your spaces.
Trust Your Sense of Style
The most important thing to remember about picking cabinet hardware is to trust your own sense of style. Your remodeling company can offer suggestions and advice, but you’re the one who has to live with the decision. It should be yours and yours alone.
Remember Your Cabinet Designs
You should also remember your cabinets’ design when picking knobs and pulls for your space. Cabinet hardware is important, but it isn’t usually the focal point. Make sure your final selections complement or contrast your cabinets well.
Match Your Fixtures
Your cabinet hardware isn’t the only thing you need to think about. When selecting your knobs and pulls, keep the color of your other fixtures (lighting, refrigerator handle, stove, etc.) in mind as well. Mismatched colors can detract immensely.
Want Professional Assistance with Cabinet Hardware and Installation?
Would you like to speak with a professional about your remodeling project? You can count on SweetHome Snohomish Renovations to help with your bathroom or kitchen update, from cabinet hardware selection to new flooring installation. Call (425) 357–7635 to schedule an appointment today.
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