Door Hinges / October 11, 2018 / Yvette Guerette
If you dont want your hinges to show you can go for concealed hinges pr if you want to leave a mark you can go for decorative ones. There is so much to choose from. Metals like brass and steel are ideal. You can pick and choose between black white and chrome to antique brass copper or even pewter. There are around fourteen finishes to choose from and make your home or office look custom made. You can start from shiny to dull and antique to smooth polish; a hinge with the perfect finish can sprinkle a dash of elegance to any room and bring the complete look to a culmination point.
Like you can get new ones for your cabinets new ones for different types of furniture from tables to desks and you can even get ones that are concealed so you dont even have to look at them if you dont want to. To check out all the door hinges that are available dont make the long trip to the hardware store. What you can do instead is just hit the Internet for some online shopping. Comparing products and their prices through all the online stores is a breeze plus when you do come across something you like and purchase it it will be shipped right to your home. Really shopping has never been so convenient since you dont have to step foot outside your home to do it. Ultimately door hinges do serve that practical purpose of allowing us to open and shut our doors.
Alternatively if you can identify the brand name and model number of your hinge you can contact the manufacture directly to determine if theres a clip-on attachment is designed to work with your hinge style. If so they will be able to direct you to the nearest distributor in your area. If you determine that the upgrade is not available there is an alternative discussed in the later part of this article. Presently the additional clip-on parts cost from three to six dollars per piece. Most average sized kitchens have about twenty five cupboard doors. Calculating one slow-close clip per door puts us in the neighborhood of one hundred and twenty dollars ($120) to upgrade a standard sized kitchen to have this feature throughout.