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What are cabinet finger pulls?

Cabinet finger pulls are a type of cabinet hardware that is designed to be opened using your fingers rather than using traditional handles or knobs. They are also known as finger pull handles, recessed pulls, or edge pulls.


Finger pulls are mounted on the edge of cabinet doors or drawers, and they sit flush with the surface of the door, making them a sleek and modern design feature.


They can be used as an alternative or in addition to traditional handles or knobs, which can make it easier to open the doors and drawers while also giving the cabinet a more contemporary look.


Finger pulls are available in a wide range of materials, styles, and finishes, so they can be used to complement any kitchen or bathroom design. They can be installed on both framed and frameless cabinets, but are more common in frameless cabinets, due to their design.


Finger pulls are great for creating a sleek and minimalistic look in the kitchen or bathroom and also great for people who may have difficulty using traditional handles or knobs. They can also work well in both residential and commercial settings, and can be easy to clean and maintain.

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