Kitchen cabinet hardware
Does anyone have experience with Salice hinges and Vitus drawer slides for frameless cabinets ? I’m designing my first set of kitchen cabinets and these are the brands that my local hardwood lumber and plywood supplier carries. I am more familiar with brands like Blum and Accuride but my supplier says the Salice and Vitus hardware is “comparable”. I don’t know how to evaluate their claim other than buying some of each and building them into something to try them out. I’m hoping someone more experienced can comment and save me that long process. These cabinets are for my home and I want high quality hardware since I will be living with it possibly for the rest of my life. Does anyone have a better source to purchase good quality hardware online ?
Online source for cabinet hardware
I've dealt with CSH (Custom Service Hardware, http://www.cshardware.com/) for years, they're good people to work with and offer quite a good selection. I've been using Hettich slides and hinges from them, never had a problem with any of them. They've now added Blum to their offerings, expanding one's options. They do have a $50 dollar minimum order requirement, but when ordering quality drawer slides that's certainly not an issue. and they typically ship orders on the day received which for me (they're in Wisconsin, I'm in Minnesota) normally means next day delivery.
Pretty sure you'll get everything you need at http://www.adonaihardware.com
Quality is great. Very cheap hardware. Seems like these guys export their hardware to all the brands in the UK and US. Now that I can buy directly from the manufacturer at a very low price, that's good enough for me.
Highly recommended! :)
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