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Martha Stewart Living 2 in. Bedford Brass Matchbox Door Latch
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Martha Stewart Living

2 in. Bedford Brass Matchbox Door Latch

  • Upgrade your cabinet with this matchbox style door latch
  • Turn the knob to release the catch and open the door
  • Bedford brass is lightly weathered and has a soft sheen
$6.97 /each
Finish: Bedford Brass
  • Bedford Brass
  • Bedford Nickel
  • Polished Nickel

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The Martha Stewart Living Matchbox Catch is finished in Bedford brass for a classic look. The catch uses friction for efficient operation and is made from metal for lasting durability. Limited lifetime warranty.

  • Friction catch with strike plate
  • Made from metal
  • Bedford brass finish and matchbox styling
  • Comes with 6 #6 x 1/2 in. fasteners

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How do these work with soft close cabinets?

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August 12, 2016
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Hello CJ, It is possible to use these latches with soft-close cabinets in many situations, but it depends upon whether the force applied to the door by the hinge spring is enough to close the latch and the door. Unfortunately this is very dependent on the hinge and the size of the door, so it can be difficult to determine prior to installation. If the soft-close on the cabinet is adjustable it may Read More
Hello CJ, It is possible to use these latches with soft-close cabinets in many situations, but it depends upon whether the force applied to the door by the hinge spring is enough to close the latch and the door. Unfortunately this is very dependent on the hinge and the size of the door, so it can be difficult to determine prior to installation. If the soft-close on the cabinet is adjustable it may need to be adjusted to work properly. Kind Regards, emccollum Read Less
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Does this ever come in a Chrome finish?

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Polished Nickel is definitely warmer than Chrome, which has cool blue undertones. Nickel, on the other hard, has warm yellow undertones. It will most likely clash with chrome. I personally prefer Polished Nickel over chrome. It has a classy, timeless, and versatile look.
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August 17, 2015
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Good Morning, this comes in a Polished Nickel. This item does not come in a Chrome finish. This finish is very close. Kind Regards, emccollum
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what is the finish on this matchbox latch? is it satin nickel, stainless or what?

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The Bedford Nickel finish is a slightly textured warm gun metal grey. It is not intended to be a brushed nickel, as some people in the reviews have mistakenly thought they were ordering. I love both the Bedford Nickel and Polished Nickel finishes- I've got no experience with the Bedford Brass.
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The finish is nickel.
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2 in. Bedford Brass Matchbox Door Latch is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 73.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No, I wanted a chrome finish. What I got was nickel. Doesn't match my hardware, and had to return... No, I wanted a chrome finish. What I got was nickel. Doesn't match my hardware, and had to return it to the local store to then have to buy a substitute pull. It too isn't the best fit as the selection in the store was limited and the choice I had to make to be able to use the cabinet is larger than what it should be; i.e. the dimensions don't match the cabinet hardware that I was "forced" to buy. While it is functional, it has changed the look of the cabinet to some degree. if I could have exchanged the store display piece and replaced it with this (web based order) nickel one, things would have worked out fine. As it turns out, you don't offer a chrome one; only brass and brushed nickel, so my question is why are you displaying chrome stock that is out of date?
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The finish is not as shown in the pictures. The latch in the picture looks typical of unlacquere... The finish is not as shown in the pictures. The latch in the picture looks typical of unlacquered brass which has a high sheen and the potential to patina. The actual finish is a "faux" finish - an attempt to simulate the look of unlacquered brass that has been allowed to develop a patina. Not very convincing. I am returning these along with the Bedford Brass Pulls which I ordered.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Looks Cheap Although the price was a little lower than similar latches I could find on other websites, the quality of the product was a lot lower. The brushed nickel color looks painted on and not like real metal. The latch itself was functional. I decided to return it for a product that would look better.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Marred finish This was the exact replacement part we needed however the finish was terrible. We would have sent it back but needed to finish our project
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works & looks great I have had tons of compliments on these! They are on white kitchen cabinets and they work great! They are used daily
Date published: 2016-12-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from attractive product very attractive, not really able to hold doors if pulled. Possibly not correct type of cabinet doors.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2" Martha Stewart Living polished nickel matchbox door latch Exact match to current latches 5 ordered and received
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Matchbox Catch I am very disappointed in this hardware. I remodeled an early 1900 kitchen and wanted to keep it in character with the era. These catches look great but are either not well made or not designed correctly. The knob will come loose and spin making it impossible to disengage the latch. The catch then needs to be taken off (four screws), have an interior set screw tightened, and then reinstalled. Also during this malfunction you are unable to open your cabinet door. Someone needs to tell Martha Stewart about this.
Date published: 2011-04-30
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