Published at Wednesday, January 09th, 2019 - 06:29:06 AM. Cabinet Material. By Quartilla Jayden.
Silver satin has a softer look compared to polished varieties. It does not have a shiny look, but leans towards a more matte, brushed appearance. This type of hardware blends well with stainless steel appliances and is known for its durability and reliability. Fingerprints also do not mark easily on silver satin cabinet hardware. Characterized by its rustic appeal, antique iron cabinet hardware are typically used for traditional kitchens which are country inspired. It can also be used for contemporary settings if you want to fuse styles or add a bit of twist to your decor. This type of cabinet hardware finish can be paired with both light and dark cabinets.
Polished nickel is considered to be the “chameleon of cabinet hardware finishes”. Polished nickel has a more understated color compared to polished chrome and brass, but it has a glossy shine. This type of cabinet hardware finish can be used if you want your hardware to blend rather than stand out in a space. The main advantage of nickel cabinet hardware is its high durability, Nickel is one of the strongest metals, and in addition to that it does not rust.
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