A fresh take on knobs and pulls is one of the quickest fixes for what ails your kitchen cabinets. Browse for new options at your local big-box store, at handcrafted glass or metal shops or from specialty retailers like Restoration Hardware, which stocks this knob in amber, green, violet, black and clear glass.
Dress up interior doors with small button wreaths. These beauties are made using a small, flat wreath form, colorful ribbon, assorted buttons, crafting bells and felt. First, wrap the wreath form with ribbon, securing the end in place with hot glue. Create a hanger with a 20-inch strand of ribbon tied along the back. Once secured in place, layer buttons to the front and sides of the wreath with hot glue. Add one more layer of decoration with holly made from cut felt and decorative bells.
Galvanized-style door knobs hint to thoughtful details found throughout the house. "The house is relaxed, and we wanted to do something a little different than traditional knobs," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
To create a clean, bright space in the kitchen of this home, designers used white cabinets and a white, subway tile backsplash, while black countertops add warmth and a timeless look to the space. To add a bit of flair, gold door knobs have been attached to the cabinets.
A classic wood desk and ladder-back chair add country charm to this white office space. A hanging straw hat complements the country furniture, while metallic candlesticks with purple candles and sparkling glass drawer knobs bring a touch of bling to the old-fashioned desk.
These bright blue stove knobs add a needed pop of color to this neutral contemporary kitchen. Smooth rift oak cabinetry pairs well with the neutral marble backsplash and countertop. Stainless steel appliances complete the sleek look.