Installing Decorative Closet Door Handles

Jun 17th

Closet door handles – Cabinet door handles are a small part of your home, but a decorative door knob can have a big impact on your interior. Decorative cabinet’s door handles are available in a wide range of materials. Such as brass, stainless steel, wood, glass, tin and others. Colorful painted door handles can add a touch of their special way to a cold. Or for boring bedroom closet while a stainless steel closet door knob in a bold geometric design can help modernize outdated cabinets. For this project, please measure the thickness of the closet doors.

Modern Closet Door Handles
Modern Closet Door Handles

These to ensure that you purchase the correct screws for your closet door handles. The length of the screws should be about the thickness of the cabinet door plus 1/4 inch to 3/8 inch. Two, buy a closet door knob template. This item will help you place the knobs in the same place on each cabinet door. Three, place the closet door knob the template on the closet door. Make a mark with a pencil where you want to place the decorative knob. Four, mark every cabin door uses the same hole on the template. Five, drill a hole into the pencil marked on each closet door. Use a drill in the same size as or up to 1/64 inch larger than the decorative cabinet knob screws.

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Six, insert a screw into the hole through the back of the closet door. Seven, place a screwdriver into the head of the screw to hold it firmly until the closet door. Eight, twist the decorative knob on the end of the screw on the front of the closet door. Keeps the screwdriver still preventing the screw from striking when turning the switch? Last, repeat steps six to eight to install all your decorative cabinets’ door handles. Remember: If you replace existing hardware, put a screwdriver into the head of each screw and turn the existing knobs off against the clock. Follow steps seven and eight to install the new decorative closet door handles.