When it comes to modifying the doorknobs on your current cabinets, there is simply a myriad of materials to choose from. Some of them are classy, ornate and fancy yet weigh too heavily on your wallet, while others offer plain, simple and solid practicality. It’s widely known that highly regarded materials do not come cheap… in reality however, there are some materials which are cheap, sturdy and stylish. There’s a limited number of those materials, and one of them is brass.
When used on cabinet doorknobs, brass will provide a warm and comforting atmosphere with it’s golden gleam. If that’s not a color you’re too happy with, keep in mind that brass knobs are usually very flexible in terms of customization, and can be repainted and refinished to your liking. If you don’t want to repaint it but just don’t like a golden tone, then you can always check out what different knob manufacturers have to offer on their flyers and websites, and you’ll see that there are simply way too many colors and tones available to list them all here.
As if that isn’t enough, brass is generally seen to be a very resistant material which can undoubtedly stand the test of time. It’s extremely resilient to natural detractors and deterrents such as mildew, moisture, temperature changes, bumps, bruises and scratches… etc… etc… However, regardless of all it’s qualities and advantages, brass is still inexplicably a low cost material and has much more value than a lot of it’s more expensive competitors.
If you really got into brass and would like to keep it up and make a consistent theme around the house using it, then you should apply it to various little details in your house, such as window frames, picture frames, lamps, and anything else you could possibly think of.