When it comes to sprucing up your home, decorative knobs and handles can make a big difference. From cup handles to edge pulls, there are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to cabinet hardware. Fake knob sets, also known as false door knobs, are mainly used as decoration and are mounted flush rather than inserted into a hole. Cup handles, also known as garbage throwers or half-moon shooters, are commonly used in drawers.
Edge pulls (also called finger pulls) are a minimalist and contemporary style shot. Fictional door knobs, also known as single-sided “false knobs”, are usually installed on the surface of a door or behind it. The shield on the doorknob is usually larger than a rosette and the backplates come in many different sizes and shapes, ranging from plain to very decorative. Cup extractors are unique from other handles because they can only be used in one direction: by grasping them with your hand from the bottom of the glass to open or close a cabinet drawer.
Edge pulls are mounted on the edge of the door or drawer of a cabinet, forming a low-profile shelf on the top, bottom or side of the face of the cabinet so that the fingers can grasp them and open or close them with force. The back plates are a decorative piece of metal mounted flush with the cabinet door or the surface of the drawer intended to be placed under a knob or handle.When remodeling your space, choosing decorative accessories for your cabinet shouldn't be treated as an afterthought. With so many options available, you can find something that fits your style and budget.Whether you're looking for something classic or modern, there's sure to be a decorative knob set that will fit your needs. From cup handles to edge pulls and false door knobs, you can find something that will add a touch of style to any room in your home.