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Roundup: Brass Cup Pulls For the Kitchen

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Kitchen Reno Details: Brass Cup Pulls

Despite being deep in the messy stage of the kitchen reno, I’ve been thinking a lot about cabinet hardware and mulling over about 8 samples. Hardware is literally the last thing that gets installed but a girl can still dream, am I right?! Our farmhouse kitchen will have shaker style cabinets and one thing I know for sure is that I plan to use is brass cup pulls, aka bin pulls. I think cup pulls will add a vintage, old-world feel to our kitchen and the brass will really pop off of our off-white and “clay” colored cabinetry.

Check out these beautiful kitchens that showcase brass cup pulls:





Hardware is tricky and really something you should see in person and against your cabinets before pulling the trigger. There are so many finish options that often are not represented accurately with an online photo. Feeling the weight and texture of the hardware can help make a decision too. When it comes to brass, this is especially true. Polished brass, antique brass, unlacquered brass, brushed brass, burnished brass…it can all get a little overwhelming. I ordered several samples for this reason. For our kitchen, I’m planning to use a brass cup pull that is antique and preferably with a vintage, worn look. After realizing my dream hardware is way out of our budget (#1 below, it’s amazing!), I went on the hunt for more options for brass cup pulls so I decided to share.

brass cup pulls

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There ya have it, 12 brass cup pull options. I love #1 but they are not budget friendly. I love the finish of #4 in person and I have a sample of #9 and #10 still on the way. Stay tuned!

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