Bedeck Your Furniture With New Knobs and Pulls

Bedeck Your Furniture With New Knobs and Pulls

We’ll admit it: We’re not DIYers. For some reason we can imagine turning a falling-down shack into a showplace, but can’t really visualize a paring end table using a brand new lease on life. It’s time to change all that!

We can always get excited about accessories, and gorgeous knobs are the accessories of any piece of furniture or cabinetry. From soft and subtle to show stealing, a perfect knob for every bit is in reach. These choices are enough to make us want to grab a while and run (not walk) to our local flea market — or at least carry an electric screwdriver to some of our current pulls. Here’s how to put a twist.

ASID, Beth Dotolo, RID, NCIDQ

Custom-designed knobs make a typical vanity look extraordinary.

perfectly imperfect

This antique chest was dry and wrinkled brushed to attain this fabulous look. Two types of hardware were used.

Tracery Interiors

We can just picture what this bit looked like formerly: probably dust covered and hidden in the back of someone’s storage shed. A punch of color and some simple new hardware introduced it into the 21st century while still maintaining the rustic feel of the house.

Lucy Interior Design

The blend of fairly pewter and slick glass knobs on this particular piece is perfect.

Shannon Ggem ASID

This vanity is going to a cocktail party! The simple switch out of a plain old knob to a bit of glitz created this bit glamorous and chic.

Rick Hoge

These statement knobs add a bit of black to the particular kitchen and lend a well-worn feel to the room.

SB Architects

Knots at a coastal laundry area are nautical and fine.

Bernard Andre Photography

A bathroom with plenty of style and personality can be tricky to attain. Fun knobs at a coordinating hue take cabinetry from bland to beautiful.

Smith & Vansant Architects PC

It’s tempting to use knobs that fit from the kitchen, yet this client of Smith & Vansant Architects gathered the knobs for this particular kitchen over 15 decades. Like antique silver, some things are simply better when they have a bit of variety.

Tal Goldstein

A classic hutch adds much charm to a kitchen or breakfast area. A cozy cabin color leads a dash of attention, and contrasting knobs seal the bargain — that this hutch is unquestionably a focal point.

Mahoney Architects & Interiors

Hardware doesn’t have to fade in the background. These pulls add contrast to the piece and contribute to its old-world allure.

Urban Outfitters

Medallion Knob, Turquoise – $6

Turquoise jewelry for chests, these medallion knobs are simply beautiful. Plus, if you become tired of the look, switching them out is a breeze.

Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab

Old Town Faceted Glass Knob – $18

When in doubt, you can never fail using a glass knob we all think. From chests to cupboards to doorknobs, glass knobs would be the ideal feel for virtually any place.

Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab

Mother-of-Pearl KnobĀ  – $14

Mother-of-pearl is just one of these substances that adds glamour where it belongs. We’d use these knobs on an antique chest to give it an updated feel.

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