Homeowners looking to redesign a kitchen, or any other room in their home, may not think it matters what kind of pull or knob they put on their cabinet doors. Hardware pieces and other small additions to a space are often seen as an afterthought, and their importance can be easily overlooked. But as designers will attest, these details aren’t just an embellishment, they’re the finishing touch that completes the whole design. Read more about how the right hardware can make a remodel complete here.

It’s important not to neglect the small design details. Here, we present new offerings in the hardware category that will complete your design and bring the whole room together.

Top Knobs
A combination of knobs, decorative pulls, and appliance pulls from five of Top Knobs’ series, the Devon collection introduces two new finishes: a metallic ash gray and honey bronze, a light brass tone. Designed with an industrial-meets-classic aesthetic, the pieces blend in both traditional and modern settings. The collection’s 36 new pieces range from a 1-inch knob to a 12-inch appliance pull, and are available in black, brushed satin nickel, polished chrome, sable, and umbrio. topknobs.com

Leatherneck Hardware
The Flat Track Hardware line brings industrial detail to sliding barn doors, providing everything from a simple straight wheel to designer pieces. Hardware is available with a range of nine hangers supporting 400-pound door tracks, nine types of wheels, and 10 hangers in the Designer Series. All hangers are available in nine standard finish styles, HydroGraphic matte printed finishes ranging from camo prints to wood grains, and customizable PhotoSteel powder coat imaging gloss prints in finishes such as dark brick or cracked concrete. doorhdwe.com

Metrie’s Then & Now Finishing Collection features five families of coordinated trim packages, including wainscot molding for creating stylized wall paneling designs. The moldings echo the design elements in each family, such as the French curves style (shown). The coordinated paint-grade profiles and boards are designed to ease installation. Each molding collection includes a stile and rail board, a chair rail, and at least one additional molding profile. metrie.com

Marvin Windows & Doors
Keeping on trend with the growing number of dark interior finishes and expanding its Contemporary Studio line, Marvin Windows and Doors introduced matte black hardware for its window and door products. The reflection-free finish of this collection allows the lines and form of each pull, crank, lock, door handle and hinge to stand out in contrast to other elements of the home for owners looking to make a statement, the company says. marvin.com

Atlas Hardware
Inspired by a modern take on geometric shapes, the Tableau Collection provides versatile hardware pieces for cabinets. The collection of round and square bases and rectangular and arc handles in four finishes—polished nickel, brushed nickel, polished chrome, and French gold—comes unassembled, so homeowners can create custom configurations. The handles can also be installed without bases. Pieces range in size from 1 7⁄16 inch to 3 inches. atlastothetrade.com

The new SLIDO Design 80-M from Hafele is a unique piece of hardware that is virtually invisible on interior sliding doors, giving the door the appearance of floating. The track and small running wheel are concealed behind the door, eliminating any appearance of a track system. The hardware can be used on wood or frameless glass doors up to 176 pounds, and features an incorporated self- and soft-close function. hafele.com

Taking inspiration from the organic shapes and movement of natural elements, the Olivet collection puts a modern twist on the fluidity and subtle curvature of objects found in nature such as plants, flower stems, roots, or even animal antlers. The eight designs of Olivet pulls and knobs are available in a number of different lengths and four finishes—polished nickel, polished copper, oil rubbed bronze, and satin nickel. belwith-keeler.com