Whether you’re looking to spruce up a dresser that needs an update or selecting hardware for a new build or renovation, shopping for knobs, pulls, and handles can be overwhelming. There are so many options, and it’s easy to feel paralyzed by the choices, or frustrated by a mediocre selection.
The good news is, no matter what your budget might be, there are actually a bunch of reliable sources where you can find cool, interesting, or traditional cabinet hardware.
From names you know like CB2 and Anthropologie to ultra-specific retailers like My Knobs and Cabinet Parts, these are the best places to buy cabinet hardware online.
Lobster cabinet hardware
From cute novelty knobs like this nautical lobster to contemporary and classic designs, you’ll find a little bit—scratch that, a lot—of everything on the Cabinet Parts website. They have tons of options at very fair prices in a wide range of materials and styles.
Acorn Manufacturing Lobster Drawer Pull, $14, Cabinet Parts
Clear hardware knobs on a white background
Schoolhouse Electric is one of our favorite home decor resources—their modern fixtures and hardware are perfect for anyone looking to add a sleek, minimalist finish to their home improvement projects.
Fairview Crystal Knobs, $18, Schoolhouse Electric
White free standing cabinet with blue, red, and yellow glass knobs
You might be surprised to know that Home Depot’s selection of cabinet hardware goes beyond just the basics! We found these really fun and affordable wood-and-glass knobs for just $4 each that would add a serious chic-factor to any dresser, cabinet, or kitchen.
Mascot Hardware Wood Cabinet Knob, $4, Home Depot
Blue agate knobs for cabinetry
Etsy / Owlkraft
If you can imagine it, it’s probably for sale on Etsy. A quick search for “drawer pulls” or “cabinet hardware” brings up tons and tons of whimsical and stylish options, including these unique agate stone knobs. You’ll find pieces that resemble those found at big-name brands like CB2 and Pottery Barn as well, often for lower prices.
Owlkraft Agate Stone Knobs, $6 each, Etsy
An assortment of gold and pastel colored hardware knobs
Offering a small but quirky and colorful collection, it’s always worth checking out the hardware options from Anthropologie. If you’re looking to add a whimsical or one-of-a-kind touch to a piece you already own, swapping out the standard knobs or pulls for one of Anthropologie’s pretty options (you could mix-and-match, too!) will give your furniture a whole new feel.
Shorebound Knob, $10 each, Anthropologie
Matte black pulls and knobs
We love the deep variety of cabinet hardware available from Rejuvenation, especially these matte black pulls and knobs.
Massey Drawer Pull, $12, Rejuvenation
Teal cabinet doors with brown leather pulls
This is such a fun concept. Superfront is basically a professional source for all your Ikea hacks! Their hardware is designed specifically to help you spruce up your affordable furniture finds from Ikea. But don’t worry—it can be used with other brands as well, just be sure about the measurements and sizing before you buy.
Trunk Leather Handles, $24 each, Superfront
Closeup of a cabinet with marble top and gold hardware
For those with a bigger budget, there’s plenty to love from Restoration Hardware’s elegant collection of cabinet hardware. Brass, silver, and glass, all in both shiny and matte finishes, can add a gorgeous, vintage-inspired look to your kitchen cabinets, closet doors, and more.
RH Helmsley Knob, $19 to $23, Restoration Hardware
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Black cabinetry in a kitchen with gold hardware
With more than 450 pages of cabinet knobs, this site has a lot of options for anyone looking to renovate or redecorate on a budget. We found tons of stylish glass or brass options for less than $7 each.
Lews Hardware Brass Bar Pull, $6, My Knobs
Buster + Punch
Gold and brass hardware on cork-like cabinets
Buster + Punch
On the (very) high end of the scale, there’s Buster + Punch. Even if it’s only to dream or search for inspiration, don’t miss their beautiful collections of bar pulls and knobs, some of which are nearly $100 each! If you are on a budget, we suggest using their imagery as inspiration as you search for more affordable options.