Which Hardware Style Goes Best with Which Furniture?

Cabinet HardwareLate Gustavian three-drawer chest, Sweden circa 1830, with marble top, brass hardware and gilding in the corner post reeding- CUPBOARDS & ROSES Swedish Antiques

There are many different hardware styles for furniture, depending on the look you're going for and the area of the house the piece is located. You'll find cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, cup pulls, appliance pulls, and bail pulls, to name a few. When deciding what hardware to purchase for your furniture or cabinets, it's a good idea to keep in mind the color and style of the cabinet or drawer and the from which time period the piece is.

Choosing the correct hardware style can be one of the hardest decisions when remodeling, so let's take a look at the different hardware styles available to make your decision a little bit easier.

Hardware Styles

When deciding on hardware for your household furniture and cabinets, you'll have a variety of styes from which to choose. Common styles include Chippendale, French, dragon, arbor, scalloped, and Hepplewhite. The style you need depends on the type of furniture the hardware will be used on (Read More.....)


Louis XVI Cabinet Hardware

Classic Hardware makes an antique dark brass knob that is perfect for any ornately styled dresser. The Bosetti Marella Louis XVI Round Knob has a 1.02-Inch Diameter featured in antique dark brass and is made in Italy This knob has a 0.75-Inch height projection, and comes with the mounting hardware. This knob is impressive! (Read More.....)