Cabinet Handles

Cabinet handles are often the first thing that catch your eye when you are looking at a cabinet, so it is worth taking the time to select handles that reflect your personal taste, as well as match the style of your cabinet and any other furniture in your room. In the past, shopping for furniture handles meant spending hours going from store to store looking for the perfect cabinet handle, but with Restoration Online you can search our entire range of high quality cabinet handles and shop online with just a few clicks of your mouse.

Whether you’re after a modern look or something more traditional, we have a wide range of cabinet handles available ranging from decorative antique brass, antique copper and polished brass trunk handles to chrome flush pull handles, black or white cabinet flush pulls and satin nickel recessed round pulls. And we have experienced staff available online to discuss all your cabinet handle requirements, so you are sure to find what you need.

How to add handles to kitchen cabinets

Replacing the handles on your kitchen cabinets is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to give your kitchen a facelift, and the good news is that it is simple enough to do yourself. If you’re using the same sized cabinet handles as your existing ones, you can replace them easily by using the original holes. If you are installing brand new cabinet handles or want to change the position, you’ll need to work out where you want the handles to go. You may want to try out a few different positions first by sticking the handle on using Blu Tack to see what works best. When it comes to drilling the new holes, you can buy templates that have different hole options. This will help you to mark out the correct spot and ensure that all your handles or knobs line up. You can also buy backplates to put over any old holes that you are no longer using.

Once you have marked out the holes with a pencil, you can drill a hole all the way through the door and screw in the new handles. You may want to use a thread sealant to stop the screw coming loose, and if you are using cabinet knobs you may want to use super glue as well to stop the knobs from twisting.

How to baby proof cabinets without handles

If you have babies or toddlers, it’s important to baby proof your cabinets to keep your children safe. There are many different ways to do this. You can buy easy to install adhesive magnetic safety locks that can be attached to the inside of your cabinet, and opened using a magnetic-based key. No drilling is required and as they can’t be seen from the outside, they won’t ruin the look of your cabinet. You can also buy spring release latches that also go inside your cupboard. The cabinet doors will open a small way, and then you push down a lever to open them fully. They don’t require a key, but if older kids pull hard enough, they might be able to get them open themselves so they may not be as safe as you think.

There are also other ways to baby proof your cabinets such as putting rubber bands around the cupboard door handles, but it doesn’t take kids long to figure out how to remove these! You can also buy sliding cabinet locks which are more secure than using rubber bands, but as with the rubber bands they can be seen from the outside of your cabinet, so they don’t look very attractive. Even if you are using one of these baby proofing methods, it is best not to keep heavy items, chemicals, knives or any precious crockery in your lower cabinets, so that they are kept out of your child’s reach.

Where to place handles on cabinets

Once you’ve decided on the type of cabinet handles you will be using, you then need to work out exactly where to place them on your cabinet. Whether you are using cabinet pulls, knobs or handles or a combination of all three, they’ll need to be placed somewhere on the opposite side to the door hinges. The exact placement, though, will come down to your personal preference. Traditionally knobs were generally placed on the lower corner of the cabinet door, especially for wall cabinets but these days there are many variations. For taller cabinets, such as a pantry door handle, you may want to vertically centre the knob or handle as long as it is still within easy reach. For base kitchen cabinets, it is common for the kitchen handles or knobs to be placed on the upper corner so that you don’t need to bend down too far to reach them. Even though cabinet handles can be decorative, they also need to be functional so as well as looking good, you’ll want to make sure they are positioned in an easy place for people to use.

Whether you’re restoring antique furniture, wanting to give your existing furniture a new lease of life or installing brand new cabinets, at Restoration Online we have a wide range of cabinet handles to choose from. And while you’re changing your cabinet handles, you may want to update all your other handles at the same time. From furniture knobs , furniture drawer pulls and furniture ring pulls to tear drop handles , furniture pedestal handles and furniture knob backplates , we have all your cabinet handle needs covered!

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Antique Copper Cabinet Handle 63 x 30mm

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$8.55

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$7.52
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Brass Cabinet Furniture Handle 120 x 65mm

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$13.60

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$11.97
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Black Trunk Handle 110mm

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$8.75

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$7.70
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Brass Flush Pull 70mm x 40mm

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$9.95

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$8.76
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65 x 30mm Antique Handle - Antique Brass

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$9.90

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$8.71
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Brass Swan Neck Handle

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$8.30

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$7.30
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Antique Copper Cabinet Handle 98 x 43mm

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$11.90

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$10.47
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Antique Copper Cabinet Handle 120 x 55mm

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$17.20

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$15.14
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Antique Brass Furniture Cabinet Handle 95 x 50mm

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$14.30

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$12.58
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Chrome Flush Pull Handle 70mm x 40mm

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$11.95

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$10.52
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Antique Copper Cabinet Handle 110 x 60mm

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$15.55

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$13.68
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Polished Brass Trunk Handle 120mm x 68mm

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$14.95

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$13.16
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Satin Nickel Recessed Round Pulls 35mm

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$4.65

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$4.09
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Antique Copper Cabinet Handle 95 x 45mm

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$13.65

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$12.01
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Antique Copper Cabinet Handle 113 x 63mm

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$17.20

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$15.14
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Brass Trunk Handle 110 x 53mm

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$13.90

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$12.23
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100 x 48mm Antique Handle - Antique Brass

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$14.40

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$12.67
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Brass Cabinet Handle 83 x 42mm

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$7.60

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$6.69
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Polished Brass Recessed Round Pulls 35mm

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$3.55

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$3.12
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Antique Brass Furniture Cabinet Handle 120 x 65mm

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$17.70

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$15.58
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Polished Brass Cabinet Handle 95 x 45mm

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$10.50

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$9.24
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Swan Neck Handle - Antique Brass 80mm

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$10.80

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$9.50
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Furniture Handles - Antique Brass Oval Cabinet Handle 105 x 55mm

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$13.70

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$12.06
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Brass Cabinet Furniture Handle 95 x 50mm

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$11.00

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$9.68

Cabinet handles are often the first thing that catch your eye when you are looking at a cabinet, so it is worth taking the time to select handles that reflect your personal taste, as well as match the style of your cabinet and any other furniture in your room. In the past, shopping for furniture handles meant spending hours going from store to store looking for the perfect cabinet handle, but with Restoration Online you can search our entire range of high quality cabinet handles and shop online with just a few clicks of your mouse. Whether you’re after a modern look or something more traditional, we have a wide range of cabinet handles available ranging from decorative antique brass, antique copper and polished brass trunk handles to chrome flush pull handles, black or white cabinet flush pulls and satin nickel recessed round pulls. And we have experienced staff available online to discuss all your cabinet handle requirements, so you are sure to find what you need. How to add handles to kitchen cabinets Replacing the handles on your kitchen cabinets is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to give your kitchen a facelift, and the good news is that it is simple enough to do yourself. If you’re using the same sized cabinet handles as your existing ones, you can replace them easily by using the original holes. If you are installing brand new cabinet handles or want to change the position, you’ll need to work out where you want the handles to go. You may want to try out a few different positions first by sticking the handle on using Blu Tack to see what works best. When it comes to drilling the new holes, you can buy templates that have different hole options. This will help you to mark out the correct spot and ensure that all your handles or knobs line up. You can also buy backplates to put over any old holes that you are no longer using. Once you have marked out the holes with a pencil, you can drill a hole all the way through the door and screw in the new handles. You may want to use a thread sealant to stop the screw coming loose, and if you are using cabinet knobs you may want to use super glue as well to stop the knobs from twisting. How to baby proof cabinets without handles If you have babies or toddlers, it’s important to baby proof your cabinets to keep your children safe. There are many different ways to do this. You can buy easy to install adhesive magnetic safety locks that can be attached to the inside of your cabinet, and opened using a magnetic-based key. No drilling is required and as they can’t be seen from the outside, they won’t ruin the look of your cabinet. You can also buy spring release latches that also go inside your cupboard. The cabinet doors will open a small way, and then you push down a lever to open them fully. They don’t require a key, but if older kids pull hard enough, they might be able to get them open themselves so they may not be as safe as you think. There are also other ways to baby proof your cabinets such as putting rubber bands around the cupboard door handles, but it doesn’t take kids long to figure out how to remove these! You can also buy sliding cabinet locks which are more secure than using rubber bands, but as with the rubber bands they can be seen from the outside of your cabinet, so they don’t look very attractive. Even if you are using one of these baby proofing methods, it is best not to keep heavy items, chemicals, knives or any precious crockery in your lower cabinets, so that they are kept out of your child’s reach. Where to place handles on cabinets Once you’ve decided on the type of cabinet handles you will be using, you then need to work out exactly where to place them on your cabinet. Whether you are using cabinet pulls, knobs or handles or a combination of all three, they’ll need to be placed somewhere on the opposite side to the door hinges. The exact placement, though, will come down to your personal preference. Traditionally knobs were generally placed on the lower corner of the cabinet door, especially for wall cabinets but these days there are many variations. For taller cabinets, such as a pantry door handle, you may want to vertically centre the knob or handle as long as it is still within easy reach. For base kitchen cabinets, it is common for the kitchen handles or knobs to be placed on the upper corner so that you don’t need to bend down too far to reach them. Even though cabinet handles can be decorative, they also need to be functional so as well as looking good, you’ll want to make sure they are positioned in an easy place for people to use. Whether you’re restoring antique furniture, wanting to give your existing furniture a new lease of life or installing brand new cabinets, at Restoration Online we have a wide range of cabinet handles to choose from. And while you’re changing your cabinet handles, you may want to update all your other handles at the same time. From furniture knobs , furniture drawer pulls and furniture ring pulls to tear drop handles , furniture pedestal handles and furniture knob backplates , we have all your cabinet handle needs covered!