WHEN IT COMES TO CHOOSING HARDWARE, THERE ARE NO EXACT RULES.
THE SIZE and positioning OF HANDLES CAN VARY DEPENDING ON THE LOOK AND FEEL YOU ARE GOING FOR IN YOUR SPACE.
Use our hardware size and position guides to help you visualize different lengths and positions of hardware on your cabinetry.
Selecting Size + Type of Hardware
Some Other Tips:
If a group of cabinet drawers are stacked on top of one another and they all have the same width, but different heights, use the same length cabinet pull for all drawers.
As a rule of thumb, handles look proportionate when the length is approx. 1/3 the width of the drawer. Most people will choose two or three different sizes to fulfill all their kitchen cabinet hardware needs. Even if you have 7 different sizes of cabinet doors and drawers, limiting yourself to three different sizes may help reduce visual clutter.
Why go longer? The higher cost and greater use of material give off a luxury vibe. Furthermore, long cabinet pulls may be useful for heavier drawers that may require two hands to open them.