Our new Kor Cabinet Pulls bring a modern, timeless aesthetic to your space. This unique design has a wide range of cabinet and furniture applications, enhancing kitchens, baths and living rooms as well as offices and hotels.
Kor is available in four high-quality finishes. Like all Krownlab hardware, Kor is proudly made in the USA.
KNURLED OR SATIN
Select from two distinct textures: knurled for a more industrial look and feel; and satin for a softer touch and variance in light reflection.
Inspired by the long legacy of this metal shaping technique, we set out to achieve the prefect diamond knurling for our Kor pulls. Special tooling was imported from Germany, and different machining methods were explored. The results speak for themselves: deep grooves for just the right amount friction and texture in the hand.
Our Satin finish is produced by hand through a media blasting process. The fine texture changes both the color tone and light reflection of the metal.
Kor Cabinet Pulls bring a sophisticated element into your home or office.
MIX AND MATCH WITH KNOBS
Combine our Cabinet Pulls with our Cabinet Knobs in matching textures and finishes. The Kor family includes a comprehensive range of sizes, finishes and textures, allowing for ideal fit and continuity in your office or home.
We love seeing the various ways our customers utilize Kor. 8" pulls and knobs on cabinetry, paired with Kor appliance pulls and doors to complete a kitchen. Two 6" pulls on wider drawers in an office. Knobs mounted to a pantry pocket door. We know the value in selecting from a suite of coordinating hardware options when designing a space.
Kor pulls are machined from solid brass and stainless bar stock, and weigh in at a generous 6 ounces for the 6" length. We bring the same engineering and manufacturing standards to this simple design that we bring to our highly advanced sliding door systems.
With tooling imported from Germany, our diamond knurling creates just the right amount friction and texture in the hand. Kor linear pulls bring a sophisticated touch to your home or office.
KOR TOWEL BAR
We understand the value of continuity when designing a space. So our Kor family now includes a Towel Bar that can either be wall-mounted or serve as a door pull with a second function. Mounts to glass, wood, metal-clad, and composite materials.
The Kor Towel Bar is available in three lengths and four premium finishes to perfectly match the rest of the Kor product line. Made in the USA from high-quality solid stainless steel or brass with a circular grain and fine bead-blasted textures.
Krownlab has the unique ability to combine a range of materials and surface treatments to create custom combinations that personalize your space. We call this program Krownlab Select™.
Material, texture, color, length...we've brought the best options together in one design. Contact us to discover what we can do for your home or office.
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Solid 300-series Stainless Steel is precision machined and turned to achieve a precisely textured fine linear or circular grain, often referred to as a No. 4 directional finish. Depending on the product version, sections have diamond-cut knurled detailing, satin media blast, or a mirror polish finish.
This premium black finish is applied onto fully finished Stainless Steel parts. Unlike paint, plating, and powder coat, this high-quality chemically etched finish will not crack, chip, or flake, and still beautifully reveals the underlying material’s texture.
Solid high-quality Brass is precision machined and turned to achieve a precisely textured fine linear or circular grain, often referred to as a No. 4 directional finish. Depending on the product version, sections have diamond-cut knurled detailing, satin media blast, or a mirror polish finish.
OIL RUBBED BRONZE
Fully finished Brass parts are satin media blasted before a darkening patina is applied, and then gently abrasion rubbed for a slightly distressed finish. Unlike paint, plating, and powder coat, this chemically etched finish will not crack, chip, or flake, and still beautifully reveals the underlying material’s texture.