We often talk about easy and inexpensive ways to make any rental kitchen better, and to turn it into a space that you love and feels unique. One of the easiest and least expensive ways to do this is to trade out the bland (and often grimy) kitchen knobs and pulls for ones that you've picked out. From sleek and modern, to rustic and romantic, here are 11 budget pics!
It will take you 30 minutes and less than $50 to snap a late 80s kitchen into the here and now, and this little upgrade will help you love your space just a bit more.
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You can find great clearance deals at the end of season at your favorite brick and mortar retailers that carry totes adorbs hipster goods. But we pulled from the depths of a hardware-specific site, and threw in one IKEA favorite that looks much more expensive than it is. Add some fab finds on Etsy and you have a lot to choose from! Check out some of our favorites above and see where to find them below!
- TYDA Handle, $9.99 to $12.99 for two from IKEA
- Liberty Hardware Modern Metal Knob, $3.27 from MyKnobs.com
- SOLID Stainless Steel Bar Pulls, $2.04 at MyKnobs.com
Rustic & Romantic
- Mercury Glass Knobs, $4.99 from Diamond in the Rust
- Flower Drawer Knobs, $4.25 from DaRosa
- Turquoise Fluted Ceramic Knob, $4.50 from Fantasy Cottage
- Glass Drawer Knobs, $6.25 at DaRosa
- Liberty Hardware Faceted Knob in Statuary Bronze and Celadon, $3.27 at MyKnobs.com
Something In Between
- Siro Cabinet Hardware Antique Pewter Knob, $2.83 from MyKnobs.com
- Black or White Diamond Porcelain Knobs, $4 from A Rose Rambling
- Liberty Kitchen Cabinet Hardware - Melrose, $3.27 from MyKnobs.com