Pretty and Affordable Cabinet Hardware

Charlotte@Living Well on the Cheap  —  February 24, 2014 — 2 Comments

I’ve never been crazy about the hardware on my kitchen cabinets, but what’s really crazy is that I’ve put up with it for nearly four years. There’s no reason not to address something that’s so easy and relatively inexpensive to change. I bought some black cup pulls at Lowe’s on a whim at least a year ago but when I got home I realized they were not the right size for the holes already in my drawer fronts. Instead of just returning them I perseverated on how to make them work and–surprise–they’re still sitting in a pile as of today. Last week I finally decided to start shopping for some new hardware and found it totally overwhelming. So if you’re in the market for some new cabinet hardware maybe I can save you some time if you like any of the options below:

Affordable Cabinet Hardware

1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6

Which one do you think that I chose??? They’re supposed to arrive tomorrow and I’m super excited, especially since none of the projects I started this weekend have actually come to fruition just yet. Hopefully switching the hardware will be so simple I can knock it out one night after dinner! I really need a quick and easy project after spending the last several weeks working on some more complicated stuff, like the beadboard backsplash and wood and metal shelves.

Thanks for reading, my friends. I hope you had a fabulous weekend!

Charlotte@Living Well on the Cheap


2 responses to Pretty and Affordable Cabinet Hardware

  1. 1 & 2! I might have to steal 3/4 from you :)

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    […] I have never, never loved the cabinet knobs and drawer pulls in our kitchen. When I finally decided to replace them I was overwhelmed by all the options out there, but it didn’t take long for me to narrow it down. I posted earlier this week about a couple of the options I considered. […]

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