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Handles – the finishing touch!

21 January

Because we are a truly bespoke kitchen company, we can make for you a kitchen that ticks all your boxes, both in design, function and look. There are lots of exciting choices to be made along the design process, for example, kitchen colour, work surfaces and the style and finish of your handles.
Like a good pair of shoes the right handle can be the perfect finishing touch to bring a kitchen scheme together.
We work with lots of great companies who manufacture and supply a beautiful array of handles, offering different materials, style and finishes. We can help you along the way with all your kitchen choices and we have lots of samples in our kitchen studio for you to come and view.

Whilst handles manufactured in stainless steel and nickel are still very popular choices, the current trend is warm, earthy tones in darker finishes, such as burnished brass and chocolate bronze.

Here are a few of our favourites:

Armac Martin manufacture all their handles in the UK and are made with solid brass in a variety of finishes. Pictured are their Drawer Pull and Cupboard Catch both finished in Burnished Brass.


For a more contemporary feel, look to Buster & Punch, a very cool brand, producing all types of accessories for the home. Pictured are their furniture knob with back plate in smoked bronze.







Furnipart offer a lovely selection of different handle styles, we particularly like their cast iron range, which is very much in tune with the current ‘modern rustic’ trend.

‘Provence’ handle                                                                ‘Fleur’ knob



















Handles that will always stand the test of time is the Armac Martin Cotswold ball Knob & drawer pull in satin nickel




If your style is more traditional and understated then Finesse Design offer a huge selection of beautiful solid pewter cabinet handles and knobs. Featured here are their ‘Dalton’ cup handle and the ‘Haxby’ cabinet knob.