Turquoise Cabinet Knobs

You may have noticed the gorgeous turquoise knobs on the PB-inspired media console I shared yesterday from Jessica at Four Generations One Roof. Jessica found a way around the expense of purchasing pricey hardware by using jewelry beads on her faux drawer fronts. Fifty cents a knob is a major saving when compared to Jessica’s Anthropologie inspiration that comes in at $8 a pop! And aren’t they just as pretty?

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Paper Doily Knobs

Amanda from House Revivals is at it again with another way to make fancy hardware on the cheap. With a bit of paint and the application of a paper filigree cut from a doily, Amanda transformed a plain old wood knob into beautiful works of art. I love how she achieved the look of ceramic […Read More]

Twine Wrapped Knob

Susan from Maple and Magnolia found some rope knobs that were the perfect finishing touch for side tables she had been working on. The problem? Susan didn’t feel like trekking out in the snow after them. Thank goodness for winter weather because it landed Susan on the idea of dressing up the original wooden knobs […Read More]

Shutter Kitchen Rack with Hooks

Lindsey from love, lindsey was inspired to create a storage space for her many (many, many) aprons and doll up her rental kitchen a bit. She had been hanging on to a thrift store shutter for years, and this was finally the occasion to clean off the dirt and break out the paint. Lindsey lightly […Read More]

“Ceramic” Custom Cabinet Knobs

Over at Infarrantly Creative I recently shared a tutorial for how I created custom knobs for  the bi-fold doors in my front hallway. I used a product that gives the finished knob the look of ceramic. Would you ever believe they started as inexpensive wooden knobs? I personalized them with our house number in case […Read More]