From selecting lighting to choosing paint, there are many decisions involved in making a house a home. With all these moving parts, it can be hard to remember that design is in the details too. And hardware is a detail that often becomes an afterthought. But the right knob or pull can make a serious visual impact, elevating the room in a way that is easy and effortless. And when you think about the countless times that cabinet hardware is used throughout everyday undertakings, it becomes clear that the value and joy that a well-made piece of hardware brings is well worth the investment.

Swapping out cabinet hardware

Simply put, investing in heirloom-quality hardware is an easy way to elevate the everyday. So, whether you’re building a brand new kitchen, working on a bathroom remodel, or simply want to swap out some existing hardware on a furniture find, we’ve put together a simple and straightforward how-to, to help you choose the perfect cabinet hardware for your space.


Standard Sinks
Specialty Sinks

When replacing a kitchen sink, the new sink needs to fit into the existing cabinetry and match the plumbing placement. If you choose a different drain placement with the new sink, the plumbing will need to be adjusted to accommodate it. That may require the help of a plumber. Finally, it may be possible to choose a sink with different dimensions than the cabinet or countertop currently allows. The key is to plan ahead to adjust the counter cabinet and plumbing as needed.