Unusual handles for kitchen cabinets or cabinets

You have vintage furniture that you want to restore and put in a cottage or apartment. We have a phenomenal idea how to make special handles for kitchen cabinets or for an old grandmother’s cupboard.

You can make these handles on the furniture in your city apartment, but somehow it seems to us that they fit best in some rural idyllic environment. After all, the choice is yours alone. We brought the idea to Weupcycle blog and we are really left without text.

Required material:

  • Twigs
  • Screws with hooks on top


All you have to do is choose a few twigs that will actually be your stalks. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. The twigs should be thin enough to pass through the hooks on the screws, but again thick enough not to fall out. It would be best if the branch is thicker on one side or has a protrusion so that it does not fall out.

Take two screws and screw them on the cupboard door where the handle should stand. Of course, accurately measure the distance between the screws and the distance from the edge of the door with a meter.

Once you have set the screws through them, first twig the twig you prepared earlier and that is roughly all the work.

If you want, you can repaint the twigs, and you can leave them in their most original form.

Source: LifePress magazin by lifepressmagazin.com.

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