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4 Kitchen Hardware Trends for 2024

For many, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in their house. It’s where meals are made, conversations spark and fun is had. For customers shopping for kitchen remodel materials in 2024, many trends are making their way onto online design forums and into the kitchens of thousands around the country.

We’ve compiled a list of four kitchen hardware design trends to watch out for in 2024 from The Spruce.

Textured Finishes: Sleek finishes are on their way out, making room for hammered, brushed and knurled finishes on both knobs and pulls. One popular design is knurling, which features small bumps accented with smooth edges like these cabinet pulls from Goldenwarm.

Mixing Metals: Experts have said mixing metals when shopping for hardware has been increasingly popular and will not fall out of favor in 2024. When selling cabinet hardware, try to stock hardware that is clearly metal or has a metallic finish to offset from the wood.

Statement Hardware: Like painting your front door a bright color or adding colorful flowers to your garden bed, stocking statement hardware to your customers to add a pop of color to their cabinets is important for 2024. Many consumers will be looking for fun shapes, different colors and unexpected placements for their cabinet hardware. This Crawford cabinet knob from Amerock is a great option for those who want to make their cabinet knob stand out in their kitchen.

No Hardware: What’s better than a bright drawer pull? No drawer pull at all. This trend works well in smaller spaces, where handles might get in the way. The elimination of knobs allows homeowners to open drawers or cabinets with an open slot or raised edge on the cabinet.

About Jacob Musselman

Jacob is the content coordinator for Hardware Retailing Magazine. A lifelong Hoosier, Jacob earned a B.S. in journalism and telecommunications with a minor in digital publishing from Ball State University. He loves making bagels, going to farmers markets with his wife Hannah and two dogs and watching Formula One.

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