Eclectic-ware Cabinet Door Knobs and Drawer Pulls summary
A brief synopsis, very brief, of what each of our decorative hardware brands produces. Since several of the manufacturers that we represent have a wide range of styles, it is difficult to summarize everything they have in one short paragraph. Many have collections that are completely unrelated to each other in an effort to offer so many choices to satisfy the style of your kitchen, bathroom, or furniture hardware needs.
Please use this page as a quick reference only, and to learn something about each brand. And when going onto the summary pages for each brand, we have to pick one knob or pull as the intro picture for each collection. Many collections contain lots of different handle designs. So do not judge by just that one photo. Go onto the page to take a look at all the expanded choices.
If you have some specific questions about what you are looking for, you can try our search box at the top and bottom of all web pages. Or you can e-mail us too.
Solid stainless steel European Railing style cabinet handles - with a special advantage. They are all made to the length you request, to the sixteenth of an inch. AND in 6 different bar diameter sizes. Arthur Harris also produces some matching stainless steel knobs, all solid stainless steel, not just coated. These are high end cabinet handles and knobs Made in the USA. And for applications where you need a back to back mounted handle for passage way doors, they have those too. Made in small to very large sizes. Precision machined, very beautiful as well as functional cabinetry hardware.
This is where you will find Eclectic choices. Themes such as forest animal wildlife, nautical sail boats, canoes and canoe paddles, acorns, tree leaves, twigs, fish shaped handles, Southwest cowboy and Native American themes, and other fun shaped knobs and handles. All available in 5 rustic finishes. BuckSnort also makes some matching doorbells and log shape house numbers.
One picture cannot possibly sum up what is available from Century Hardware. They have so many different styles of cabinet pulls and knobs that it is well worth your time to look at their collections. Many modern and traditional designs, many finish options, including some colorful finishes. Edge pull choices too, lots of edge pull choices. Check out the Century Hardware summary page for a lot more to see.
Several design choices of cabinet handles and knobs made from Solid Surface materials such as Corian. A few available with metal accents and in multiple sizes.
Matching switchplates, bathroom hardware, and corners shelves too.
Solid Brass and Solid Bronze cabinet knobs and pulls. Realistic twig shaped handles in rustic finishes. Elegant line handles, cup pulls, and matching knobs in a large assortment of bright and rustic finishes. Schaub has a ton to offer. Because writing web pages is a long process, and even more so in our recent full website rewrite, we are showing just a few Schaub collections to get underway. As time permits, we plan to add a lot more to this section, because Schaub is huge. They have a lot of nice stuff and some pretty unbelievable items in Mother of Pearl and other rich finishes. Tune back in from time to time as we expand on it.
Siro Designs is our largest manufacturer of modern, traditional, and whimsical cabinet knobs and pulls. There is way too much to explain. You have to look for yourself, and the Siro summary page is the best place to start. Many of their collections offer colorful full shaped theme knobs, nice for kitchens as well as for furniture in childrens rooms. Most of their modern style handles are available in multiple sizes so you can accent your kitchen doors and drawers with the same style of handle, but in multiple lengths. Lots of bright silvertone finishes in many collections. And lots of rustic choices too. If you have something specific you might be looking for, Siro Designs is a good place to start.
Use the quick links on this page to help your find cabinet pulls of specific sizes to match your existing drilled holes. We have tried to summarize some of the more popular sizes current and past for a quick reference. Such as the popular 2-3/4" center to center size.
More to come....
We certainly hope so. Since the year 2000 when we first made our on-line presence and started Eclectic-ware, we have seen several cabinet knob and pull manufacturers come and go. There are over a half dozen small companies that we watched go out of business. And there were a few that became so ridiculously priced that we just had to say goodbye.
We know of the Amerock, Belwith, Berenson, and Cliffside brands. We do not show those on our webite. We know how popular they are, and when the giant warehouse stores buy them in such volume to offer them at such great pricing, best to go to the giant warehouse stores for those brands.
When it comes to Eclectic brands, and companies that make their cabinet pulls to order, the giant warehouse stores do not offer those. They want bar-coded, fast selling, low priced, and oftenly made in China kind of hardware. Eclectic-ware, however, is more than willing to offer some of the wild and crazy cabinet hardware. In today's custom kitchens, it is nice to have something different than just the standard selections from those big box stores. It will make your neighbors wonder where you got them too.
We are interested in re-expanding our lines of decorative hardware. We really miss having granite knobs and pulls. Check back from time to time to see what may have been added. And if you are a cabinet hardware producer snooping on our website to see what we have and you believe what you make might be a good fit, please contact us. We are not interested in becoming an importer of hardware from China or India. Those companies can refrain from contacting us, we will ignore you. Our preference is to offer American or European produced hardware. So yes, if it says Made in the USA on it, definitely let us know about you. Doesn't hurt to try to spark our interest.
Here are a few recommendations of cabinet knob and pulls collections to take a look at: