We recently shared a full breakdown of the renovation plans for Anastasia’s modern English country kitchen happening this September. You can see all of the design inspiration, plans, products, and sources right here. As such, we have been scouring the internet for cabinet hardware options. It’s one of those small details that makes a huge impact and one that can completely transform the look and feel of your kitchen. For this renovation, Anastasia chose the most stunning raw brass pulls, but we saw so many great options during our sourcing adventures.
Mixing metals is the key to keeping a kitchen feeling custom. Our favorite trick is to alternate the metals on your kitchen island. If you don’t have a kitchen island like Anastasia, mix your metals be alternating the upper cabinet and lower cabinet hardware finishes. All three finishes we selected below mix together beautifully. It keeps the space feeling bespoke, warm and inviting.
One of Anastasia’s top priorities with her kitchen renovation was purchasing from small businesses. Her hardware came from an amazing Etsy shop, her beautiful (and affordable) range from an Austin based company and her paint is all non-toxic from Clare. If you’re on the hunt for hardware, check out our go-to sources for modern and minimal knobs, pulls and the like. We’ve linked our favorite shops plus top picks in brass, matte black and nickel finishes below. They run the gamut from high-end to incredibly affordable but all would add that gorgeous modern touch to your kitchen cabinets.
Design: deVOL Kitchens
Whenever we are on the hunt for great cabinet hardware, we have a handful of sources that we head to first. These shops all carry an amazing selection of both modern and classic styles in really beautiful finishes. Just remember, before purchasing all hardware, we always recommend buying a sample first so you can really get a sense of the finish, weight, and quality.
Interior Design: Grant K. Gibson
Interior Design and Photography: Studio McGee
Design: deVOL Kitchens
Interior Design: Soft Homes
Photography and Interior Design: Studio McGee
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Erin Lepperd is an interior designer – turned digital media editor with a penchant for breathtaking interiors. When she’s not gabbing about design, you’ll find her wrangling her wild and wonderful 5 year old twins, brunching like it’s her job and exploring the wilds of New England as a California transplant. Spoiler alert…Boston is cold + incredibly charming.