Retro cabinet knobs and pulls – a whole new selection from Rejuvenation — including the elusive boomerang / chevron pull

The folks at Rejuvenation have introduced a whole new lineup of midcentury-styled cabinet knobs and pulls.

I know that readers here will be thrilled to see the boomerang aka chevron pulls (1st photo) …now, can we have them in 2-3/4″ spread, too? And, the arched pull (2nd photo) is a design based on an original Washington Line pull – cool!

Of course, I also know that readers will love the “star backplate.” Let me suggest, though — use this for the bathroom where you only need a few of them…they also look great with crystal knobs. Remember this vanity — it shows how this pull can be used very nicely – not too much, not too little – just right.

In the kitchen — I think the stars would be way too much.

Oh — and at $4 for pulls and $7 for the knobs+backplates, these are well priced. Thanks, Rejuvenation!

Link: Rejuvenation Cabinet Hardware.


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  1. Barry Barry says

    Thanks for posting this. That boomerang pull looks like the drawer pull in the canned-ham Shasta campers of the late 50s early 60s (I’m resto-vating a ’62 Shasta Airflyte now).

  2. says

    Oh, snap! I’m putting a bathroom door in this week! I hope they deliver on hyper-drive.
    PS: I finally found public records on my house– it was built in ’54. So were every single one of my neighbors. Tract party!

  3. nancyb says

    Thanks, Pam! It’s about time someone did the chevrons. HOWEVER, I just bought 22 vintage Amerock pulls off eBay at $8 a piece! Ack!
    I love the star backplates. I’m gonna put these on the louvered doors that go to our kitchen.

  4. Jessica says

    I have the chevron in my girl’s rooms and my pink bathroom 🙂 Really are the starbursts too much for a kitchen?? I was highly considering.

  5. Thad says

    I have been considering using the Rejuvenation Chevron pull for a recent project, but just discovered this…

    …Has anyone reviewed them? Nearly half the price. I realize that Rejuvenation doesn’t skimp on quality. Also, approximately what time period was the chevron pull used. Our home is a 1959 modern ranch, full of the dished round pulls with round backplates on it’s cabinetry. I just like the chevrons. It is for a new main floor laundry room.

    • pam kueber says

      We have not reviewed these – the site says they are new. Great spotting! I wonder if they are the same ones used on the Shasta reproductions last year — Shasta told me they had theirs custom made.

      The only way to vet quality is to buy one of each and compare… I don’t think I have my Rejuv samples any more… but as I recall, they were quite nice.

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