Hardware & Kitchen Fixtures
If you’re looking to install new doors, countertops, or shelves we’ve helped countless homeowners interested in both small and large kitchen renovations achieve the space they’ve always dreamed of. Here at Renuity, we offer affordable hardware solutions for homeowners looking to make a big statement on a budget. No matter the size of your kitchen renovation, we’re here to help. Your expert consultant will provide you with a variety of options to choose from as part of your kitchen upgrade project.
Aside from countertops, cabinets are the second most important feature for the look and feel of your kitchen. They can evoke a chic, modern appeal or something more traditional and rustic. If you choose to work with Renuity, we can help you choose the perfect style, material, and design for your home.
Countertops have a huge impact on the look and feel of a kitchen. Marble countertops are elegant and rich. Metal countertops are industrial and modern. While finished wood can be rustic and traditional. No matter your tastes, we can help you choose the right material and style for your home.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are knobs on kitchen cabinets?
Knobs have smaller profiles than handles, are less expensive, and can be used for both drawers and cabinets. They are slightly easier to install than pulls since you only need one screw to secure the knob to the surface.
What are pulls on kitchen cabinets?
Pulls are larger than knobs, make more of a statement, and tend to be easier to grip. They are more expensive than knobs, but they come in many different sizes. They tend to complement drawers or larger cabinets with their linear shape.
How do I choose what style hardware to get?
Hardware with ridges, curved silhouettes, and textured detailing typically work well with traditional or heritage-inspired designs. Modern cabinetry tends to have clean lines and edges with a sleek, minimal profile that is smooth to the touch.
What type of hardware finish should I choose?
Cabinet hardware works best when the finish adds contrast to the room. What color are your cabinets? What about your appliances, faucet, and lighting? In general, warmer toned spaces with brass cabinetry have a vintage feel to them, while cooler tones with darker cabinet hardware lean more contemporary.
Can I mix metals on kitchen hardware?
With that said, your space should be a reflection of your personal design choices, so don’t be afraid to break the rules or mix metals. We’ve seen plenty of kitchens with brass lighting and black hardware or vice versa. If you typically want everything to match but have stainless steel appliances, try selecting black cabinet hardware. Not only does it match with all finishes, but it also keeps your space feeling clean and well-coordinated.