Have a butchers at our kitchen hardware

Have a butchers at our kitchen hardware

Over the last few years we've gained a bit of a reputation for supplying statement handles. Large, creative, impressive handles for grand entrances or commercial projects. However, with the recent expansion of the Philip Watts Design range and our new collection from Buster + Punch, our products are being used increasingly for kitchen design.


The Buster + Punch collection is particularly suited to kitchen design, with various size handles and finishes creating numerous design options. This can be seen in the recent collaboration between Buster + Punch and Swedish kitchen manufacturer, Canakoket, to create 'The Butchers Kitchen', a concept kitchen infused with London attitude. 

The furniture knobs and T-bars are perfect for doors, whilst the pull-bars in various lengths can be suited to both doors and drawers, used vertically or horizontally. The longer Closet Bars are perfect for tall units or integrated fridge freezers, something to really get a hold of.

In addition to the Buster + Punch collection, Philip Watts has recently launched an expanded range of handles specifically designed with joinery in mind. As Philip Watts Design products are all made to order, there has always been the facility to create handles to suit kitchen design, evident in a recent kitchen design project by Greg Natale* that featured our beautiful Crushed handles in various custom sizes. However, the new furniture handles, cabinet handles and 350mm pull handles are all standard pieces that are both practical and stylish, adding a ‘bespoke’ element that is almost off the shelf.


Of course, we are totally biased here at Spiggy and believe that every door deserves a handle. At the very least, we feel that our handles are perfect for feature areas and for those areas that demand practicality with style.

Here for more info on our Kitchen Hardware.

*Look out for images of the Greg Natale kitchen when he launches his new book later this year.

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