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Trend Watch: Kitchen Hardware
As the year comes to a close, we turn to 2024 with a renewed sense of excitement for the new trends that will inspire us next year. We have rounded up our favorite kitchen trends in hardware as seen in some of the most beautiful spaces. Get inspired with new ideas in cabinet and drawer hardware for all kitchen styles.
Unique Appliance Pulls
Many kitchen appliances feature custom front panels that mimic the surrounding cabinetry, providing an opportunity to showcase a statement appliance pull. Choose an appliance pull that is in the same family as your kitchen hardware, or make a statement with another one of our styles. Hendley and Co. designed a wood-paneled kitchen featuring the Edgewood Tortoise Appliance Pulls by Eddie Ross.
Interior by Hendley & Co for the 2022 Kingston Design Connection Showhouse. Photography Phil Mansfield
Gone are the days of matchy-matchy metals. We are loving the new trend of mixing metals of all types. Designer Mark D. Sikes combines his Pixie Bin Pulls and Pixie Latches in burnished brass with a polished brass hood and burnished brass lighting.
Interior by Mark D. Sikes. Photography by Amy Neunsinger
Raise the Bar
Create a sleek and uniform look using bar pulls on lower kitchen cabinet drawers and doors. Designer Bena Langford used the Cosmos Bar Pulls in polished brass to complement the brass on the stove range and hood.
Design by Bena Langford from Studio Lang New York. Photography by Olivia Morales Photography
More and more kitchens feature open shelving, allowing you to showcase and quickly access kitchenware and other key items. Decorative brackets can accent shelving in matching or contrasting metals to your kitchen hardware. The Food52 HQ's kitchen used Float Studio's Marcelle Brackets in burnished brass to complement natural wood shelves.
Interior by Float Studio. Photography by James Ransom