Handle systems

Discover all of our handle options.

While choosing a handle systems, not only the aesthetic aspect but also the functionality shall be considered. We offer a wide range of different handles and several types of Gola profiles that defines the character of the kitchen with respect to its design, aesthetics and ergonomics. The built-in handles and Gola profiles are intended for those who love the minimalist style. We offer many door handle options, from the modern to the classic, to satisfy a preference to decorate their kitchen sash with a handle. In addition, regardless of the type of handle or profile, your kitchen can be equipped with the BLUM electric opening system.

Recessed groove

Recessed groove

Thanks to their universality, horizontal and vertical grooves can meet any aesthetic and design requirements of modern kitchens. The recessed groove is the most common way of opening doors in modern kitchens. Can be used with all types of doors. The groove can be in different metal, wood or façade colors.

Recessed groove with “L” shaped handle

Recessed groove with “L” shaped handle

The recessed groove with an “L”-shaped handle is convenient because it increases the grip area of the front. An interesting design solution would be a combination with a thin countertop. The grooves can be in different metal, wood or façade colors.

Recessed groove with diagonal handle

Recessed groove with diagonal handle

The recessed groove with diagonal handle is convenient because it increases the grip area of the front. An interesting design solution would be to combine it with a countertop with a beveled profile. In some cases, the front itself can be fitted with an aluminum profile, which makes the kitchen more durable. The profiles can be in different metal, wood or façade colors.

Flat groove with pocket

Flat groove with pocket

The groove can have different colors of metal, wood or the color of the doors itself. The central groove can be used in the middle of the front, installed on appliances (e.g. dishwasher).

Flat groove with diagonal handle

Flat groove with diagonal handle

The flat groove with a diagonal handle is convenient because it increases the grip area of the front. An interesting design solution would be to combine it with a countertop with a beveled profile. In some cases, the front itself can be fitted with an aluminum profile, which makes the kitchen more durable. The profiles can be in different colors of metal, wood or the color of the door itself. The central groove can be used in the middle of the front, installed on a household appliance (such as a dishwasher).

Linear Handle

Linear Handle

The linear handle is an applied aluminum profile, equal to the width of the door itself. Linear handles can be of different metal colors or the color of the doors.

Grip Handle

Grip Handle

It is a profile cut into the door for gripping from the front side. It can have different shapes and colors.

Handle at top

Handle at top

The handle at the top is an overlay of aluminum or plastic, which is attached to the top of the facade. Different color options are available.

Integrated handle

Integrated handle

A slot is cut into the door, which creates an “invisible” effect. It is usually different for each model. The color of the groove usually matches the color of the front.

Handle with pocket

Handle with pocket

A handle with a pocket is usually made of metal and recessed into the front. Such handles practically do not protrude beyond the line of the facade and do not interfere with its opening.

Handle

Handle

The usual overlay handle. Can have different shapes, sizes, colors and materials.

FAQ

There are two main options – opening with the Gola profile system (recessed or flat), which allows the opening of kitchen fronts through a special recess made in the upper part of the door, and opening with a conventional handle, which can be recessed, built-in, located on the front surface or on the top end of the door.

The main difference lies in functionality. The recessed profile has a larger catching area and can be more convenient. But if you have a lot of cabinets with drawers in your kitchen and you need to install appliances next to them (for example the dishwasher), you can’t install a recessed profile in the middle of such a door.