Recently, I shared with all of you our white kitchen reveal. Today we’re going to talk about the new kitchen cabinet knobs. I love how cabinet knobs can completely change the look of cabinet doors. It’s like jewelry for your kitchen!
Just to refresh your memory, here’s what our kitchen looked like before the renovation. One of the things that I always liked about the old kitchen was the cabinet door hardware. It was a white porcelain knob with an antique gold center. I loved how it pulled together the white appliances and countertops with the oak cabinets.
Here’s a closer look at the knobs we had before.
Here’s what the cabinet doors look like now.
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I chose an Amerock satin nickel knob that is a very clean, simple design. They have a very smooth and rounded shape. I absolutely love them!
Luckily, since I had single knobs before, I could re-use the same holes in the doors for the new knobs.
The one problem that I encountered during the installation was that the new screws that came with the knobs were not quite long enough for our cabinets. Luckily I had saved the old screws from the old knobs, but you could easily purchase new longer screw if needed.
Do you love the way cabinet knobs can quickly update a room too?
Here’s what we changed in the kitchen (and the posts with further details):
I’m joining these parties!