- Boulevard Knob $9.50
- Boulevard 4" Pull $9.50
- Boulevard 6" Pull $12.50
- Ella Knob $9.50
- Ella Large Knob $12.50
- Ella 3" Thin Pull $10.50
- Ella 6" Thin Pull $12.50
- Ella 3" Bin Pull $12.50
- Classic Hardware Knob $7.50
- Classic Hardware 3" Thin Pull $9.50
- Classic Hardware 3" Cup Bin $7.50
- Classic Hardware 6" Cup Bin $10.50
- Pitted Round Knob $9.50
- Pitted 3" Pull $12.50
- Pitted 6" Pull $14.50
- Vintage Glass Round Knob $7.50
- Vintage Glass Oval Knob $9.50
- Modern Sink Console Hardware Sale $15 – $99
- Davis Sink Console Hardware $16 – $106
- Classic Sink Console Hardware Sale $5 – $49
Pulls and Hardware
At Pottery Barn, we make it easy for you to find gorgeous home decor that puts a smile on your face every time you step foot inside. We know that having the right furniture makes your home more enjoyable and efficient, which is why we offer a wide range of pulls and hardware to keep your pieces looking their best. Add the finishing touches to your exquisite home decor with pulls and hardware that fit your style. Our hardware includes pulls, knobs and cup bins so you can select hardware with a comfortable grasp. Choose from a variety of metal options including hammered nickel, oiled bronze, polished pewter, antique bronze and satin nickel.
For a contemporary design, opt for glass oval pulls that add a regal accent to your space. For rustic homes, bronze and brass pulls feature a handsome silhouette that can be paired with hooks and other organization solutions for an antique inspired design. You can also look for industrial details, such as exposed nails and screws, to add depth to your rustic design. Smooth knobs and pulls add refinement while knobs and pulls featuring faceted surfaces are ideal for contemporary or intricate designs.
You can add an instant style update to your existing furniture by changing the knobs and pulls. This way, you have the look of a new unit without having to shell out big bucks. Add knobs or pulls to cabinets in the kitchen or even your desk in your home office. Create a whimsical mood in the bedroom by adding thin pulls to your vanity. The delicate lines lend a luxurious yet refined impression to your pieces. Hammered nickel pulls have a textural appeal that transform your kitchen into a showpiece. Chrome and pewter hardware add shimmer and shine and can be used to brighten up dark spaces.
If you are changing the knobs in your home bath, interior designers generally suggest drawing inspiration from your existing bath fixtures. You can mix and match different finishes for a contrasting look that can highlight separate his and hers areas or stick with the same finish for a cohesive look. Keep in mind that pulls and hardware can also be used to add or play up dimension and shape in a room. If your bath fixtures offer sloping or curved silhouettes, adding round knobs lends new angles to your space. For a clean, sophisticated look, stick to straight pulls and bars and play up the room using prints on shower curtains or towels.
Cup bin pulls are popular bath hardware since they are easy to grip and open. These types of pulls typically work best on drawers that are below chest height since their closed top construction makes them hard to use at higher heights. Add cup bin pulls to your bathroom sink console or even a low wall shelf for easy access to all of the essentials. All types of pulls and knobs come complete with mounting hardware included so you can get to enjoying your beautiful updates. Many of our drawer pulls and knobs can be cut to a desired length with household pliers ensuring the best fit for your door or drawer panel thickness. Keep your hardware looking shiny and new by wiping them down with a soft, damp cloth regularly.
You can use knobs and pulls on just about any furniture in your home. From the media center in your living room to toy chests and dressers in your childrenʼs bedrooms, the opportunities are endless. For homes with children, pulls are often easier for them to use. Their special design means children have to curl their fingers around the pull to open a drawer, minimizing the chance of pinching their fingers.