Kitchen Cabinet Hinges

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Kitchen Cabinet Hinges

Blum, Grass, European Hinges Blum hinges are most popular European style cabinet hinge European hinges are the most modern form of cabinet hinge They usually give a completely concealed installation. European hinges can be installed on frameless cabinets and face frame cabinets European hinges can be installed on inset doors, overlay doors and partial inset doors. We have over 200 different European Style Hinges in this section including both Blum and Grass brand hinges. Click here for Information & Pricing Semi Concealed Cabinet Hinges For face frame cabinets Semi-concealed hinge Half the hinge is visible on the faceframe Half the hinge is mounted on the back of the door Most popular cabinet hinge prior to European Style Hinges We have over 120 different hinges in this section Click here for Information & Pricing Surface Mounted Cabinet Hinges For face frame cabinets with surface mounted hinges. Or any installation where the door and frame are flush with each other Entire hinge is visible from the front of the cabinet There is also a concealed version of a surface mounted hinge Most popular cabinet hinge in use prior to the “Semi Concealed” hinge era We have over 60 different hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Demountable Hinges A Demountable hinge attaches with a flat insert that fits into a slot that is cut into either the door or cabinet or both. The are available in two types; Single demountable and double demountable They are available in two styles; Overlay and Partial Inset We have 26 different demountable hinges in this section Click here for Information & Pricing Youngdale Hinges Youngdale Hinges are made in America. Youngdale hinges are for overlay doors and for 3/8″ partial inset doors. When the door is closed they are almost completely concealed. An excellent alternative to European style hinges and much easier to install. Youngdale hinges work on both face frame cabinets and non-face frame cabinets (frameless). We have 26 different hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Overlay Hinges, Wrap Around – Partial Inset Hinges There are two types of hinges in this section; Overlay Hinges and Partial Inset Hinges. Overlay Hinges are for cabinets with a door that sits on top (or “overlays”) the cabinet opening. Partial Inset Hinges are for cabinets with a door that has a “lip” that overlays the opening and has an “inset” that partially fits into the cabinet opening. We have over 60 different hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Pivot Hinges for Cabinets Pivot hinges differ from other hinges in that they pivot around a point rather than along a longer hinge pin. Pivot hinges can be made for inset doors, overlay doors and even partial inset doors. Some pivot hinges can be installed as concealed hinges. We have 56 different pivot hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Ball Tipped Butt Hinges Ball Tip hinges are full mortise butt hinges for cabinets. They are butt hinges which feature decorative ball tips. Available in a wide variety of finishes and sizes. We have over 82 different ball tipped butt hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Pivot Door Slides Pivot door slides allow your door to pivot open and then slide back into the sides of the cabinet. Great for entertainment centers. Available in Regular Duty and Heavy Duty. Also known as Flipper Door Slides. Also known as Pocket Door Slides. Click here for Information & Pricing Entertainment Center Cabinet Hinges Entertainment center or armoire hinges. Hinges allow cabinet doors to open wide enough to view a television monitor. Most entertainment center hinges are also called 270 degree hinges. Pivot door slides can also be found in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Amerock Hinges Hundreds of different Amerock Hinges can be found in this section. Satin nickel, burnished brass, polished brass, nickel, and many other finishes. Click here for Information & Pricing Olive Knuckle Hinges Olive Knuckle hinges are a unique and decorative alternative to butt hinges. Also known as Paumelle hinges. Available in a wide selection of sizes and finishes. When the door is in the closed position, only the single hinge knuckle is showing. Click here for Information & Pricing Vertical Door Stays Cabinet Door Stays for vertically opening (upward opening) cabinet doors. Vertically opening cabinet doors are hinged at the top and open from the bottom. Door stay typically holds the door in the open position and lets the door close softly. Click here for Information & Pricing Soft Close for Cabinets Soft Close Add-on devices. For cabinet doors and cabinet drawers. Simple add-on devices that will make your existing doors and hinges close softly. For soft close add-on devices and hinges with built-in soft close made specially for Blum hinges see our Blum Hinge section. Click here for Information & Pricing Cabinet Knobs & Pulls – Cabinet Hardware This section has cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, and other cabinet hardware such as: Tip out trays and tip out tray hinges. Cook Book Holders Stainless steel drawer and cabinet pulls Restraint devices for cabinet doors. Magnetic cabinet catches Flush pulls Click here for Information & Pricing

Kitchen Cabinet Hinges

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We asked five of our favorite bloggers who have recently completed a cabinet makeover to share their cabinet transformations and explain how their new cabinet hardware has helped revamp their space! Kassandra @ Little Dekonings Before Our kitchen cabinets before the makeover were still in great condition, the honey oak wood just seemed outdated like the 1990s, and because we have plenty of wood elements in our home, we thought the cabinets needed some freshening up. We knew we were going to be living in our house for a few years, so we wanted to make it feel like home! We chose cabinet handles and drawer pulls to match the gray cabinets. After After the makeover, my husband and I both were in awe – it took some time getting used to the new color, but it was so worth the labor!! The kitchen feels so much more updated, the grey looks incredible with our stone backsplash. It feels unique and it feels like us! Elizabeth @ Elizabeth Burns Design Before The cabinets were very outdated and mismatched. The set of cabinets with the cooktop were completely different than the cabinets that housed the sink, which bugged me. The existing kitchen cabinet hardware also left much to be desired. After The updated cabinets seem to fit our 1909 house much better. The trim added a little bit of character and the kitchen feels more charming now than outdated. We chose crystal knobs to match the white cabinets. Sara @ Sincerely, Sara D Before The cabinets were dark, and I wasn't in love with the deep green. My laundry room has no natural light, and the dark cabinets made the room feel even darker. Who wants to spend time in a dark room? After Painting the cabinets really helped lighten up the space. Also, the white washer and dryer aren't as much as a focal point with the lighter cabinets. Our brass colored knobs and pulls match not only the white cabinets but the brass faucet. Michelle @ Ellery Designs Before Our cabinets were traditional honey oak builder grade cabinets. So nothing fancy. We wanted to transform our kitchen to reflect a white and dreamy space. After Fabulous! We love the clean and crisp feel the white brings to our updated space. They truly turned out amazing! Painting cabinets is not my most favorite thing to do, but it was worth all of the hard work! The dark cabinet handles compliment the new appliances and countertop too! Anika @ Anika's DIY Life Before The cabinet doors were originally an unfinished pine that I had spray painted white to match the kitchen cabinets and serve as an extension of the kitchen counter. We had just moved into our rental and I really needed more storage space so, it was a really hasty job and you could even see streaks in the paint. It was definitely in need of a makeover. After Now it is a glamorous eye catching beauty. The red color, the hardware and the gold legs – everything screams “look at me.” Matching the new cabinet handles with the gold legs was something I put a lot of thought into. Why did you decide your cabinets needed a makeover? I was so sick of the honey oak and although I love a white kitchen, I knew this kitchen suited grey cabinets instead. I also knew I could paint these cabinets no problem and it would be worth it! Aside from the mismatched issue, I didn't exactly like the style of the existing cabinets. The flat panel look seemed dated and the cabinet doors were a little beat-up. I have always been a fan of Shaker style cabinets and adding trim to our flat cabinets seemed like an easy and affordable solution to get this look! I spend way too much time in my laundry room to not love the space. Laundry is a chore, but having a pretty space makes it a little more exciting. We were looking for a fresh and WHITE kitchen and boy do we have that now! I sometimes can't believe it's ours! In its new home, the cabinet served as a sideboard/command center in the dining room. It was boring, looked clumsy, and did not at all fit in with the rest of the décor. I had been itching to give the cabinet a makeover as soon as possible. How would you describe your new cabinet hardware? When we moved into our home back in 2012, we updated a few areas of our kitchen which were the countertops, backsplash, island, and hardware. The original cabinet hardware were these chunky 1997 gold handles and I knew black would complement the rest of our home, so black hardware it was! After we painted the cabinets in 2016, I wanted to add a few black cup pulls to the bottom drawers. The newly grey painted cabinets needed something a bit thicker to really make the kitchen feel like a modern farmhouse. It worked and it's crazy how much of an impact a few cup pulls can really have on your kitchen makeover! We chose polished nickel bin pulls and oval glass knobs. The pulls went on the drawers, and the knobs went on the doors. I would say it's modern with a vintage vibe. Rustic with Farmhouse Charm. Our cabinet hardware is matte black with some gold undertones that give them a rustic yet modern feel. It goes great with our slate and black accents throughout our Kitchen. The cabinet hardware is really the icing on the cake! Those gold chevron beauties are unique and perfect! Why did you choose the knobs, handles, or pulls you went with? I'm all about anything simple; black is such a complimenting color, and the black cup pulls really give our kitchen that modern farmhouse look everyone loves!! I wanted to incorporate a slightly vintage style with the new hardware to stay true to our old home so I looked for timeless hardware that could have been used 100 years ago. As I mentioned before, I love anything vintage. The knobs gave me that vintage look, but the gold pull added a modern touch. We loved the size and feel and overall appeal. The hardware gives the perfect amount of modern farmhouse vibes. Originally, I had a different kind of hardware in mind. In fact, the color of the cabinet was going to be a light gray! While browsing, I saw the chevron hardware and couldn't get it out of my head and kept coming back to it. The only color that came to mind was red and gold! How did you install your cabinet hardware? Because our cabinets previously had hardware, I made sure the new hardware matched the holes, although I could have easily filled the old holes in since we painted them. The cup pulls really worked in our favor and all we really needed to install them was a screwdriver. We patched the holes from the old pulls on the cabinet doors with wood filler. After it dried, we sanded the wood filler with sand paper until it was smooth. We painted over the wood filler, and then determined the placement for the new knobs on the cabinet doors. We marked the screw location for the knob with a pencil and then drilled a hole for the new knob screw. On the cabinet drawers, we lucked out and were able to reuse the existing holes from the old hardware. The knobs were easy to install because I just replaced the old knobs in their existing holes. However, the pull required me to drill a couple holes to install it. We installed them ourselves using a drill and screwdriver. We already had previous hardware up so when we were picking out our new cabinet hardware, we just had to make sure we bought the same size so the holes matched up correctly. The hardware was installed per directions from the manufacturer. What is your favorite thing about your new room? I love the different elements in our kitchen; the natural stone blends in nicely with the grey cabinets and we can add a mixture of metals into the space without it feeling overwhelming. Going neutral allows you to mix different textures and elements together without everything feeling out of place! I like that it still feels old. People think that the cabinets and new hardware are original to the house which makes me think we did okay with trying to stay in line with the home's age. I love that my laundry room is now bright and inviting, and I don't mind spending (a little) time in the room! The visual transformation that the cabinets bring to this space is everything we wished for! I never knew our small kitchen could look so pretty! It's amazing what a coat of paint does to a room! It really is this cabinet and specifically the hardware. I get so many compliments on this cabinet. It has come such a long way in its makeover journey and is truly eye catching – exactly what I was going for. How important is cabinet hardware in a room like this? Extremely important! It carries the room; it helps to define your room. If we would have gone with the same hardware as the uppers, our kitchen would seem boring and average. But because we mixed in something a bit heavier and streamlining back to farmhouse, it really gives this room character! Cabinet hardware for a kitchen is pretty important, in my opinion. Think about how often you will use this hardware; probably every day! It is key to select something that is durable but also something pretty that you love and will love for years to come. I like to think of cabinet hardware is the jewelry of cabinets. You can really dress a kitchen up with it! The cabinet hardware is jewelry for cabinets. It is that final finishing touch that makes the room look complete. I'm a HUGE lover of cabinet hardware. It's not only functional, but it brings so much character to the space. Hardware is important for both functionality and décor. It is what makes the cabinets unique. I am so glad I found these chevron pulls that add whimsy and glamor to the dining room. Is there anything else you want to share about cabinet hardware selection or installation? Tips? Make sure to measure the cabinet hardware inspiration and go from there! Hold a variety of hardware up to your cabinets and have someone snap a few photos, sometimes it's easier to tell if it works or not by looking at it though a photo. Don't be afraid to spend a little money on cabinet hardware. It really can make a big statement in a kitchen. During installation, make sure to measure twice and drill once! Make sure all of the marks and measurements line up properly before committing to drilling into the cabinets. When you are switching out cabinet hardware, it can be a pretty simple project assuming the holes already exist. However, if you are installing cabinet pulls (which require two holes), installation can get a little trickier. There are rulers and guides you can buy to help with measuring and drilling holes for hardware. Also, measure twice and drill once! Cabinet hardware selection is very tough with so many choices. My tip is to just take your time, try to do your best to visualize the look you are going for but also be open to new ideas. You never know when inspiration strikes. We hope that you have enjoyed these cabinet transformation tips and tricks! Sponsored Links Advertisement Feedback Advertisement Feedback

Kitchen Cabinet Hinges

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Kitchen Cabinet Hinges
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Kitchen Cabinet Hinges
Kitchen Cabinet Hinges