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Hardware Accessories Etc…

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Enduring craftsmanship…every cabinet knob, drawer pull, hook or fixture we make at Top Knobs is crafted following a rich tradition of quality and attention to architectural detail. You can feel it in the weight of our cabinet knobs and see it in the character of our hand-finished designs. Our completely sealed finishes ensure our knobs last for decades, so you don’t see wear on the cabinet knobs and drawer pulls you use most. That’s why we confidently offer an exclusive lifetime warranty for the original purchaser.

Top Knobs has a product line of over 3,000 kitchen, bath and closet knobs and drawer pulls to match your individual style and décor. Many of our knobs qualify for a free sample so you can feel the Top Knobs difference. Quality, craftsmanship, longevity and selection – with Top Knobs, you spend wisely, instead of spending more. Ten reasons designers love our products.


hardware resources

Hardware Resources designs, engineers and manufactures an extensive line of products for the kitchen, bath and closet industries under our four brands: Jeffrey Alexander, Elements, Task Lighting, and Hardware Resources. We sell our own – and only our own – products, stocking over 24,000 products in 7 warehouses across the country, and typically shipping same-day. Our local field staff provide on-site assistance in product selection, training, and installation.

Who We Are

  • We opened our doors in 1989
  • We design, engineer and manufacture products for the kitchen cabinet, bath and closet industries
  • We sell our own – and only our own – products
  • We deliver direct to our customers

Our Customers

Thousands of customers across the United States and Canada

  • Cabinet makers
  • Kitchen cabinet dealers
  • Decorative hardware showrooms
  • And many more!

Our Value to You

Value for quality

  • Attractive pricing at every quality level – because we ship direct to you
  • Products that meet our customers’ high quality standards

Service that stands apart in our industry

  • Inventory to support 99% fill rates
  • Shipping stocked products this afternoon or tomorrow
  • Products stocked in 6 warehouses – one near you
  • Fast, friendly and competent customer service

The right selection

  • So much of what you use every day
  • Not burdened by every item you might need once a year

How to Choose Kitchen Cabinet Hardware to Match Decor

Spice up cabinets

When it comes to decorating a kitchen, most people immediately think of wallpaper, paint, or a complete remodel, and miss the often-overlooked detail that could change the entire look without much money or time being invested.  This detail is the latches, handles, knobs and other kitchen cabinet hardware.  Ranging from simple and practical to elegant and eye-catching, they offer a simple, inexpensive way to complement and refresh your kitchen decor.

Match the shapes of your cabinet hardware to elements in your kitchen décor. For example, purchase sunflower knobs or vegetable-shaped knobs for a garden-themed kitchen. Branch-shaped pulls and handles will be the perfect match for nature-themed, log-cabin kitchen décor. Country décor will be complemented by teapot and tea cup knobs.Match your knobs and pulls to the materials used in your kitchen décor. For example, purchase granite or marble knobs if you have granite or marble countertops or backsplashes. Purchase knobs in the same metal and finish as the metals that are in your kitchen, for example stainless steel with stainless steel, and copper with copper.Match the styling of your cabinet hardware to the styling of your kitchen décor. To accent a distinctively modern, contemporary look, go for European-styled bar pulls with their sleek chrome bars. Clusters of grapes are evocative of a French café. Cast iron knobs and handles are at home in a country kitchen.Select your kitchen cabinet hardware to match the era-theme of your kitchen décor. For vintage arts and crafts décor, for example, go for pewter, ceramic or rustic wood knobs, which are a good complement. For a Victorian-style kitchen, go for porcelain or glass knobs.Be sure to replace the old hinges with hinges that match your new cabinet hardware in finish and material. For example, if you had brass knobs and hinges before, and replace these with silver-toned knobs, it is essential that you replace the brass hinges with a silver-toned pair. Alternatively, go for hinges that are designed to be completely concealed.
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