Choosing kitchen door handles
Kitchen handles to match your style of kitchen
Installing handles on drawers and cupboards is a necessity for almost all kitchens across the globe however the cost of choosing the wrong handle and needing to replace it at expense needn't be. This page aims to facilitate the former and hopefully, prevent the latter. See below the kitchen styles we have chosen to pair with some of our handles; it may save you money!
Shaker is the name given to the style of door most us have in our heads, when we think of kitchen doors: a flat square panel within a matching frame. It is the most common style of kitchen door that very often can match the main kitchen interior door; usually a traditional wooden look or solid paint finish. See the handles and knobs below that match this particular kitchen style.
Traditional kitchens are often referred to as country or farmhouse style kitchens. Ceramic fixtures such as belfast sinks are common place in a traditional kitchen. Darker brass, bronze ad pewter hues are used in traditional style kitchens for their patina. There is a full section on our site for tradional style handles here, with the below being a sample of the more popular items.
Minimalist styling and modern kitchens go hand in hand; to suit the minimalist look, we have a great range of subtle profile handles that fit on top of the door which blend with any contemporary kitchen. Colours such as high shine brass and copper are very in vogue currently in contemporary kitchen design and are used to stand out amongst the understated sleekness of modern kitchen design. Less is definitely more when it comes to modern kitchen design.
Busy kitchens require functional fittings and fixtures to keep them operating. The bar handles below will come in larger sizes than most of the above fittings to accommodate this. There is a full section dedicated to bar handles here if the below offerings don't catch your eye.
View our full range of kitchen handles and knobs