Adding designer drawer pulls and knobs is a great way to quickly update the look of your cabinets, but if you have anything bigger than a teeny-tiny kitchen, buying all those pieces can easily add up. Well, now there's a low-cost alternative that only requires a drill and some basic skills (and zero dollars!) to replicate. Instead of replacing your existing hardware, simply enlarge the holes they used to screw into. This sleek, streamlined option strikes a cool balance between understated and playful, especially in a minimalist space.￼ You could even take the style a step further by mitering the corners of cabinets to create a more geometric finish. Either way, once you've tried this no-hardware hack, you'll never look back. Scroll through for some ideas!
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