Second Nature Didsbury Cupboard Handle on Backplate

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The Second Nature Didsbury Cupboard Handle has a modern cylindrical bar with an industrial-style knurled pattern, the bar is attached to sleek and straight rectangular bases. This cupboard handle is also attached to a very stylish round backplate, the backplate completely changes the look of your cabinets and can be very useful if there is any damage to cover from previous cupboard handles. The knurled design allows for an easy tactile grip when using the pull handle on a cupboard or drawer. Knurling originates from industrial settings, knurled hardware is aesthetically ultra-modern but also offers a number of practical features including tactile easy grip and resistance to wear and tear. All the design elements of this handle combine to make an accessory perfect for modernising tired furniture or for adding the perfect finishing touches to a modern home.

Also available in a variation without a backplate

Available in Aged Brass, Antique Bronze, Matt Black or Stainless Steel Effect, all of which come in two centre sizes of 160mm or 192mm.

Second Nature has one of the UK's largest selections of cabinet handles and knobs, they have 11 finish collections to suit all tastes, trends and budgets. They also have 12 handle styles, including D-handles and loop handles, which suit a wide range of interior styles! 

Supplied in SINGLES complete with fixings.


Applicable to All
Bar Width - 12mm
Projection - 34mm

Centres 160mm
Bar Length - 174mm
Backplate - 190mm x 25mm

Centres 192mm
Bar Length -
Backplate - 222mm x 25mm

Finish Options


3 – 5 Working Days

NOTE: If your order contains a mix of products they will be despatched altogether. The delivery will be determined by the product with the longest delivery time. For more info see delivery page.

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