Looking for an easy, high impact way to transform your kitchen? Consider replacing old cabinet hardware with new. A can’t-go-wrong-choice for classic kitchens: brass bin pulls.
Above: A kitchen in Stockholm via Interior Stockholm.
Above: The Cal Crystal Solid Brass Cup Pull comes in eight finishes (shown here in polished brass); $6.30 from Pulls Direct.
Above: The Cliffside Solid Brass Cup Pull in polished brass is $17.20 from Hardware Hut.
Above: Crown City Hardware of California offers a 3 1/2-inch Basic Bin Pull in six finishes (shown here in unlacquered polished brass); $6.99.
Above: The Martha Stewart Three-Inch Brass Bedford Canopy Cup Cabinet Hardware Pull is $4.49 from Home Depot.
Above: The Cast Brass Bin Pull measures 3 3/4 inches; $8.30 from Lee Valley.
Above: The Queslett Bin Pull is made in England and finished by hand in the US. The pull comes in 10 finishes and three different lengths (it’s shown here in the longest, nine inches). The pull starts at $33.25 from Horton Brasses.
Above: The Bevel Edge Bin Pull comes in seven finishes and three lengths, starting at $11 from Rejuvenation.
Above: This English Cup Drawer Pull is solid brass and available in six finishes, including unlacquered polished brass (shown here); £15.79 ($23.27) from Sds London.
Above: Part of the Ted Boerner collection, the Empire Bin Pull in brass has a minimal design (with no visible screws). It comes in 10 finishes and two lengths, starting at $70 from Rocky Mountain Hardware.
Above: Another option from Martha Stewart, the Bedford Three-Inch Brass Awning Cup Cabinet Hardware is $4.49 at Home Depot.
Above: The classic Baldwin Cup Pull comes in nine finishes (shown here in polished brass) and measures four inches; $12.60 from My Knobs.
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