glass cabinet. Sunday , February 25th , 2018 - 13:13:48 PM
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.
Increasingly consumers are choosing kitchen cabinet hardware that reflects their personalities and are also decorative and functional. Eschewing the more simple cookie cutter designs, like plain brass knobs, for something more unique. They are looking for and choosing the "wow factor" to make their kitchens and homes deliver a striking statement and finding it with glass cabinet knobs. Simply put, glass knobs are elegant.
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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