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Cabinet Handle

Type:Furniture Handle & Knob Place of Origin:China, Guangdong, China Brand Name:AOSITE Model Number:T205 Material:Aluminum Profile, Zinc Usage:Cabinet, Drawer, Dresser, Wardrobe, Cabinet, Drawer, Dresser, Wardrobe Screw:M4X22 Finish:Electroplating Application:Home Furniture Color:Gold or...
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Cabinet Handle FAQ

What are the different types of cabinet handles?

The most common types of cabinet handles include:

• Pull handles:They are used to open cabinet doors or drawers by pulling them, and are available in a range of sizes, shapes, and finishes.

• Knobs: Knobs are circular or teardrop-shaped hardware that are rotated to open cabinets.

• Pulls: Pulls are handles that cover only a portion of the width of a cabinet door or drawer and are used to grip and pull open.

• Bar pulls: Long horizontal handles that span nearly the full width of a cabinet door or drawer.

• Flush pulls: Minimal handles that are mounted flush with the cabinet face frame for a low-profile, sleek look.

How do I install cabinet handles?

Here are the basic steps to install cabinet handles:

1. Measure the spacing between your cabinet doors/drawers and choose a handle that will fit comfortably within that space. 

2. Before drilling, hold the handle up to the cabinet doors or drawers to ensure that it is in the correct position. Additionally, use a level to make sure the handle is evenly aligned. 3. Drill pilot holes for the screws. Then you can attach the handles to the cabinets using screws.

4. For pull handles, mark the drill hole positions, drill the holes and then attach the handles.

5. Tighten the screws with a screwdriver until the handles feel secure, then you're done.

How do I choose the right size of cabinet handle?

Consider the size of your cabinet doors and drawers. Normally smaller doors and drawers typically require smaller handles, while larger doors look better with bigger, longer ones.

• Think about the function. Larger handles are easier to grab and open. If the cabinet is used frequently or by people with mobility issues, a larger handle is a good choice. For cabinets that are not accessed as often, smaller handles work fine.

• Choose a size that is in proportion to your cabinet style. More ornate, traditional cabinets often suit larger, more decorative handles, while sleek and modern cabinets tend to be better paired with simple and minimalist handles.

• As a general guideline, select a handle that is no wider than 1/3 of the width of a single cabinet door or drawer. Since handles that are excessively wide can dominate the appearance of the cabinets and appear awkward.


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