Right from the outset I decided against handleless doors for our kitchen joinery - you know the ones that have recessed grooves in each door/drawer that you grip to open? Yes they do offer a strong visual aesthetic and are popular for a smooth, sleek finish but when you spend as much time as I do in the kitchen, by the end of the day you begin to feel like arthritis has set into each and every one of your fingertips.
As our kitchen is rather large (at over 6 metres in length) and will include a considerable amount of cupboards and drawers, I was looking at these simple cut-out handles. They look good and I suspect will result in a considerable cost saving when you consider how expensive good quality hardware costs.
Has anyone got any comments on these type of handles and what are the pros and cons? I've been doodling around with some kitchen designs and having a good, hard think about the style and finishes, etc. Oh my gosh - wait and see what I've come up with now!