Kitchen Cabinet Hardware

This is where quality really matters and it’s why we use Blum hinges and drawer runners for all of our kitchen cabinets. Blum are the industry leaders in cabinet hardware, with a major focus on testing and development so they remain ahead of the pack in terms of quality and innovation. Blum offer a lifetime warranty on all non-electrical parts, and a 5 year warranty on Servo-Drive (automatic/electrical drivers).

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Soft Closing Doors & Drawers

We use soft closing hinges and drawer runners as standard on all of our kitchens at no extra cost and there are plenty of options to choose from if you wish to upgrade.

Blum Legrabox soft closing drawer runners are high quality, holding up to 70kg for deep drawers and 40kg for shallow drawers.

Push To Open / Push Catches

Push to open doors and drawers with a single touch, providing easy access to cabinet interiors. To close, simply press shut.

This mechanism allows you to have no handles on any type of cabinet material, however it does mean that you’ll be leaving finger marks behind every time you open or close them. Certain finishes will show marks less than others so talk to your kitchen designer if this is a concern for you.

Lift Up Systems

There’s a great range of Blum lift up systems available for overhead cabinets designed to make access a lot easier. Instead of regular doors that swing open sideways, these doors move up & out of the way so you can leave them open without the risk of banging into them with your head.

Lift up systems can be operated manually or automatically using Blum’s electrical ‘Servo Drive’ mechanism, which can be particularly useful for high or hard to reach cabinets.

BLUMOTION (SOFT CLOSING HINGES)

BLUM TIPON (PUSH TO OPEN) DOORS

BLUM AVENTOS HL

BLUM TANDEMBOX (SOFT CLOSING DRAWERS)

BLUM TIPON (PUSH TO OPEN) DRAWERS

BLUM AVENTOS HF

BLUM LEGRABOX (SOFT CLOSING DRAWERS)

BLUM AVENTOS HS

BLUM AVENTOS HK

Kitchen Handles

To handle or not to handle? That is the question.

It’s is a popular choice to ditch the handles all together which compliments a minimalist, modern contemporary or Scandinavian look. However, handles can be used to improve functionality and enhance other styles such as classic, art deco, industrial or french provincial.

The type of handle you select is important. Handles are one of the finishing touches that can make or break the style you’re trying to achieve.

The right handle has the power to compliment and enhance your kitchen design. Rush this part and you risk upsetting the overall look by choosing a handle that’s too big, too small, too dated or too modern.

How to choose

Consider the style, era and size of your kitchen. How many doors and drawers are there in total? If there’s a lot, you might want to choose a more discreet type of handle, or opt for no handles at all to make your kitchen less busy.

It’s not only important how they look, but how they FEEL. You’ll be using them daily so pick one that’s comfortable to use.

Some have sharper edges that can get a little uncomfortable, especially once there’s some weight in the drawers. Most people prefer a handle with a rounded inside edge for this reason.

Think about what’s going inside your drawers, if they’re likely to get heavy you’ll want a handle sturdy enough to operate with ease.

Push To Open / Push Catches

Pros: Isolates finger marks to make cleaning easier, gives you somewhere to hang a tea towel, makes full or heavy drawers easier to open, can be used to further establish the desired style or mood.
Cons: Depending on the handle type and size, they can make the kitchen look a bit busy.

Lift Up Systems

Pros: Modern, streamlined, minimalist look
Cons: More fingermarks, constantly needs cleaning, integrated appliances still need to have a handle, as with the pantry and any other full height cabinetry.

TRADITIONAL STYLE HANDLES & KNOBS

MODERN SHARK NOSE (NO HANDLES)

PRO TIP

If finger marks are a concern but you don’t like the look of handles, there are plenty of discreet style handles that are far less noticeable than others, so you can still achieve a minimalistic look without the constant maintenance of cleaning finger marks.

Another option is to use discreet handles on the bottom and no handles on top. This is a sensible compromise as it will reduce the busy-ness and potential for messy finger marks at the same time.

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