Bring a little jingle to your bedroom and closet doors with door knob decor. These can be as simple as leather belts with bells added or you can get creative by using crafting forms in different shapes and adding unique materials.
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 basic white cabinet is brought to life with a DIY project courtesy of Sam Ushiro and Kyle Larsen. Instead of leaving the store-brought cabinet plain and boring, they added geometric door knobs and made a cabinet that was as unique as they are.
A skylight lets in natural light over this bright, white walk in closet. A decorative double door closet features a 3D design and crystal door knobs. Stacks of drawers are topped with white countertop and a built in open storage shoe shelf. A rose rug adds color to the room, and a neutral ottoman finishes the space.
This modern white cottage guest bathroom features a marble topped antique dresser vanity with a traditional white sink and chrome wall mounted faucet, brass wall sconces, white painted shiplap walls, and antique mirror and glass door knob.
The third wall in the communal kitchen is chock full of cabinets with stylish, brushed nickel door knobs and drawer pulls to help keep everything organized, while the commercial sized appliances give the space room to accommodate its many occupants.
The homeowners loved the idea of having a butcher block countertop, so designers added one section of butcher block on the side of the stove. This section gives the space a bit of warmth that complements the brass drawer pulls and door knobs on the cabinets.
The wood base of this island brings an accent of color against the bright, white design of the kitchen. The polished surface shines in the natural light streaming in from a large backsplash window and patio glass french doors.
This white traditional bathroom features neutral subway tile walls, a built-in vanity table, three rectangular mirrors with white frames, oil-rubbed wall sconces, olive green granite countertops, cabinets with beadboard doors, glass knobs and oil-rubbed bronze wall-mounted faucets.