betty. glass cabinet. February 25th , 2018.
Enjoy expressing yourself with your glass knobs and look at it as not only a long term investment in your home and kitchen, that will have tangible and intangible benefits, but also an investment in yourself. This is an opportunity to dress up your kitchen in a way that mirrors your style, tastes and personality, with glass cabinet knobs.
The types of wood that these can be found in ranges from the cheapest to the most expensive, meaning that the price differences between some styles and others can be huge. For instance, cherry or mahogany wood pieces may cost up to twice as much as those made out of a wood like pine or oak. The overall size and layout of the cabinet can have a huge effect on the price as well, and in many cases those with wooden cabinets at the bottom are even more expensive than those with the single large cabinet doors from top to bottom.
Choosing Cabinet Pulls There aren′t any hard and fast rules actually when it comes to getting cabinet pulls as you are generally free to pick out whatever you feel like using. There are quite a number of pulls out there anyway so you virtually cannot run out of options to consider. When it comes to glass pulls though, go for those that are made with the hardest glass you can find to ensure that your cabinet hardware will last you a long time. Pulls, after all, get the full brunt of the force it takes to open a cabinet door so you will want something that will last for as long as you have a cabinet door to open. Other than that, feel free to choose a glass cabinet pull in the color or design that works best with your cabinet. Because pulls can be used to mildly accessorize a room, do consider getting a pull that works very well with the rest of your interiors.
Today, antique glass knobs are very expensive to acquire. They are highly prized by homeowners and collectors, particularly those owners who have a period house and are wanting to restore it back to its original condition. That doesn′t mean that glass cabinet knobs are out of the reach of homeowners today. While original knobs made of crystal can run upwards of $100, newly manufactured knobs are competitively priced with other knobs, anywhere from $2.50 and up, depending on the style, color and complexity of the design. Glass cabinet knobs come in all colors, shapes and sizes these days. While clear glass is always popular, you can get lovely knobs in cobalt blue, amber, red, purple, green - the list goes on. The same is true for shape. Round is a perennial favorite but you can also get hexagonal, fluted, oval and even square. And if you have a mix of knobs and pulls, you can often find matching pulls in glass as well.
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