If you have renovated a kitchen, you are certainly aware of how much of a bite the cost of cabinet hardware can take from your budget. When shopping for hardware, you will find that prices for knobs and pulls will vary wildly. If you are after higher end pulls, get ready to pay through the nose at the big box stores like Lowe’s and Home Depot. Even at the lower end of the market, you will find that your knobs will cost at least $2 each.
There is an inexpensive alternative available. The Internet! Since you are reading this, you certainly know that. However, I wanted to share what I found since it can be rather difficult to find cheap knobs and pulls online unless you look hard.
What I would recommend is that you pick something from a local store and mark down the brand and model. You might be surprised to find some sellers on Ebay offering the same items at half price.
In my case, I needed 20+ brushed nickel knobs and 2 brushed nickel drawer pulls. The drawer pulls was where there was a real savings. The in-store price was $4.99 each. Online, the cost was $2.99. There was a shipping cost, but since the items are small, they can be packed and shipped priority for $5.95. Consider the fact that this is an out of state seller who isn’t charging sales tax and some of that cost if off-set.
Visit: Knobs and Pulls on Ebay
Pair these knobs and pulls with some inexpensive kitchen cabinets and you have a winning renovation that won’t break the bank.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]