Modern Kitchen Hardware Ideas 2021

I love to look at fancy, modern kitchen hardware ideas and options.

It’s always the small details which can really bring a room together.


Modern Kitchen Hardware Ideas 2021Canfield pull in unlaquered brass – 6″


Modern Kitchen Cabinet Hardware Ideas 2020



The right kitchen hardware can elevate any space.

Like jewelry for a room, the perfect pulls, knobs and even hinges can enhance the overall design of your kitchen.

The best part, changing up your hardware in the kitchen is relatively easy enough to do on your own.

Similar to updating your throw pillows, these small, easy zhushes pack a large style punch.

Today I’m sharing some favorites I’ve used through the years…

Like these Canfield pulls in brass as seen above and below in my kitchen, love these SO much!


white kitchen with pair of stainless steel refrigerators and glass cabinetsour kitchen




kitchen sink overlooking windowbrass hexagon cabinet knobs on our lower and upper cabinets



In fact, I love the Canfield brass pulls so much I went with them again in our recent Rhode Island beach house project, seen above.

You can see more of this house (which we sold last year) over here.

However, instead of going with all straight pull handles, like our current home – I opted for these hexagon cabinet knobs and pulls – just to mix it up a little.

And if you’re in the market for kitchen faucets, this is the one we used above.


lucite and brass door knobEmtek modern disc door knob set


To continue with the unlaquered brass look in this kitchen, we went with these new satin brass and glass door knobs on the kitchen pantry doors.

This looked so nice so we chose to go with these fun door knobs throughout the whole first floor.

Even thought the hinges on most of the doors is stainless steel, these still look great – just in case you were wondering…


high gloss blue butlers pantryour high gloss butler’s pantry with polished nickel bar pulls


However, if brass is not your thing…

You can never go wrong with classic polished nickel hardware.

Timeless and beautiful, we chose these pretty hexagonal bin drawer pulls in our butler’s pantry.

Some people refer to these as cup pulls.

Yes, those are also the Canfield pulls, again as well.

Just like with paint colors, when I like something, I tend to go with it again and again!


modern lucite door pulls hardwareCustom Lucite Door Handle- these cabinet handles are so perfect for cabinet doors


Last, but not least-

In addition to unlaquered brass, oil rubbed bronze and polished nickel, I also love the modern look of lucite hardware.

I don’t have this in my kitchen but I do have this hardware in my closet and master bedroom.

As for brushed nickel, I learned the hardway this is my least favorite finish.



If you do end up using any of these doors and drawer hardware picks in your home, let me know – there’s a few more favorite picks to scroll through below!

Even better, send me a photo – I’d love to see it.

By the way, you can always see more of our kitchen right here.

Also related: kitchen pendant lights and top kitchen design trends.

Any other questions, please shoot me an email or leave it in the comments below.

I’ll be more than happy to answer them.

Which reminds me… I’ve already answered a popular inquiry about white trim paints options, (just in case your wondering:)

Finally –

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In this group – members share their own photos with specific design questions and dilemmas from their homes and spaces.

We all chime in with our best advice!

We also spill our best sources and tips – it’s SO great for sourcing hard to find items and pieces.

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  1. Patricia LAPIERRE wrote:

    Adore your blog! And merci for sharing all these AMAZING sources!

    Published on 5.3.20 · Reply