Amazing kitchen handles that will personalise your design

They may seem small and perhaps the last think you think of when designing your scheme, but trust me: kitchen handles can completely change the look and feel of your space. From industrial, traditional, quirky, architectural, metallic, small, big, bulky or slim. There are thousands of different looks and styles – and here are just some of my favourites, spotted at this year’s KBB Show.

Kitchen handles are the ultimate finishing touch of your design. They can modernise more traditional Shaker-style doors, add character to slab doors, or give an industrial edge to a classic-contemporary scheme.

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There’s almost too many kinds, shapes and sizes to mention as well, from bars, knobs, and cups, that come in a plethora of different finishes and textures, from brushed brass, gold to the classic chrome.

However, this year at the KBB Show in Birmingham, ribbed and fluted handles were dominating, I’d say.

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So, if you’re thinking of updating your space, a really quick and easy fix that can help bring your kitchen bang up to date is by changing the handles.

So, check these out…

Just some examples from BA of ribbed handles.
How about these striking purple kitchen handles by Cebi Design.
Wood is everywhere at the show – but if you don’t want the complete wooden look, why not just have handles in the material? From Hafele.
How cool are these handles by Furnipart? They’re made from recycled ocean plastic waste.
Love these industrial handles from Scavolini.
I can’t wait to see these handles by Armac Martin in a kitchen soon.
A slight industrial touch for the Buster + Punch handles – paired with a Novy hob.
Wood and black is still a big thing at this year’s Show. Handles by Furnipart.
Another example of ribbed handles, this time by Hendel & Hendel.
Wouldn’t these look great on an integrated fridge-freezer? By Framez.

Featured image: Handles by Armac Martin.

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