The total price will depend on the final product features you select
Don’t think bar pulls are only for modern kitchens. Here they give a jazzy, updated feel to Shaker-style, five-piece recessed panel doors.Pros: A secure grip and streamlined appearance Cons: The larger formats mean they have a tendency to stand out more.They’re good for you if: You like a pristine, unfussy lookStyles they work with: Modern, minimalist, contemporary, traditional, transitional, Shaker Fivecat Studio | Architecture
Bin Pulls (Cup Pulls)What they are: An upside-down cup-shaped pull popularized in the mid-19th century. Bin or cup pulls are a popular choice for giving a kitchen a minimalist, vintage feel, just like on these Shaker-style cabinets and drawers. Shakers originally used wood pegs, usually made from maple, cherry or pine, in keeping with their preference for simplicity and austerity. But these cup-shaped drawer pulls are considered Shaker style today, and look clean and understated along with small knobs for the doors. OTM Designs & Remodeling Inc.
Bin pulls and knobs come in a variety of finishes; these are matte nickel. You can find them in most stores that sell cabinet hardware, and they range in price from $8 to $15 and up. As with any knob or pull, count how many you’ll need and price them — along with hinges — before you make a decision.