When it comes to selecting black hardware, there are a few routes to go. Depending on the nature of the project, we’ll decide if we want a more clean and modern approach, or a more rustic, traditional approach.

If it’s the latter, we like to go with oil-rubbed bronze, which is a black finish with a bit of a gold/bronze hue showing through. It definitely has a patina that will show more of the gold hues as time goes on. If you prefer the more clean, true black, you’ll want to stick with matte black or flat black finishes. If you are in that category, look no further because today we have a round-up of our favorite matte black cabinet hardware.

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Design by Nikie Barfield

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Design by Simo Design

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Design by Nicole Hollis

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From our Windsong Project

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From our Modern Mountain Home

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From our Modern Mountain Home

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From our Park City Canyons Remodel

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Design by Whittney Parkinson Design

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Design by Arent & Pyke

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From our Vineyard Parade Home

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Design by Brooke Wagner Design

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From our Modern Mountain Home Project

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From our Windsong Project

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