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4 Benefits of Push to Open Latches

 |  Furniture Tips

Handle-less cupboards and cabinets are an interior design trend that’s come back in fashion over the past few years, having first started in the 1970s. Thanks to the innovation of push to open latches, they create a seamless and modern look and can be used for all open and close furniture in the home. If you’re considering replacing your cabinet hardware with a push to open latch, read on for 4 benefits of the furniture fitting here:

  1. An ultra-sleek, modern look

People love the look of handle-less furniture, especially a handle-less kitchen, due to the flat smooth surface left from the absence of a handle. Cabinets look sleek, inline and clean and the look is timeless – so there’s no need to worry if it goes out of fashion. Push to open latches create an elegant look which enhances the growth of a ‘less is more’ design.

  1. They’re easier to fit and use

Push to open latches do what they say on the tin. There’s no need to make holes in the cabinets to screw in handles or knobs, enabling you to easier change the colour of your cupboards as and when, without having to replace, refit or find handles to match. The K PUSH push open to latch at SCF Hardware is the newest automatic opening system, which works in conjunction with reverse and opposite sprung hinges. it’s also available in two versions, so that it works with a variety of differently hinged cupboards.

  1. They’re powerful and effective

The point of a handle is to be able to open and close a cupboard door, and push to open latches do just that, but better! The K PUSH magnetic push catch has a special inner mechanism which provides a silent yet very powerful utilization that lasts, making it ideal for all kinds of doors. This enables the user to simply push the door lightly and the door pops open, then push the door back into place and the magnetic push catch holds it closed.

  1. They take up less space

Smaller spaces and kitchens would benefit from push to open latches, especially for cabinets below waist level. There’s nothing to accidentally catch your clothes on or for the kids to bang into. Just simply touch with your hand – or feet – and they’ll pop open.

If you’re interested in adding push to open latches to your kitchen doors, choose our K PUSH push to open latch with a magnetic or buffer, depending on the hinges. We also supply other cabinet hardware – browse our online catalogue or call us on 0800 298 7141.