Cabinet Hardware: How to Place Your Handles According to Studio McGee ⇒ Using decorative hardware is one of the easiest ways to spruce up one’s home interiors without requiring too much effort and it still makes quite an impact decoration-wise. However, placement is of the essence as if a cabinet handle or doorknob goes into the wrong cabinetry, it can really mess up with the overall design.
In today’s article, PullCast Blog will show you a few interior design tips by Studio McGee – a renowned design studio comprised of Syd and Shea McGee, best known for their bright and clean aesthetic – on how to place cabinet hardware in your kitchen design. Throughout the article, you will also get to see some of the studio’s most outstanding interior design projects!
#1 – If by any means you have a more traditional kitchen decor, then you should always apply the general rule which is to use knobs on doors and pulls on drawers. This standard notion is only meant to be discouraged if speaking about smaller spaces, such as a bathroom.
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#3 – “When drawers are 24” wide or wider, we often like to double up on knobs or pulls. To place this hardware correctly, divide the drawer into thirds and place the hardware in the left and right portions of the drawer.” – Studio McGee
#4 – When it comes to built-in refrigerators, the best option is to buy appliance pulls in order to ensure that they are proportional to larger paneled doors and drawers.
#5 – Concerning installing knobs, if you are looking for a more modern/contemporary feel, then you ought to place the bottom of a knob in upper cabinetry whereas the top part should be placed in base cabinetry, flushed with the edge of the frame.
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Source: Studio McGee