As seen on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation," this antique gold doorknob adds character to Genevieve Gorder's bathroom design. She was able to reuse this piece of the existing apartment during the remodel of her Manhattan home.
A mix of antique and contemporary decor creates interest in this powder room. A gallery wall of antique doorknobs makes quite the statement beside the toilet, while above the toilet, swimming fishes in a simple black frame bring a calming vibe to the transitional design.
Crisp, clean lines and neutral colors dominate this small traditional powder room. The pedestal sink and toilet fade into a plain white wainscot, while a mirrored medicine cabinet, traditional fixtures and glass doorknobs serve as additional accents.
A corridor in the master bedroom suite of a Brooklyn, N.Y., townhouse maximizes storage and utility space with side-by-side closets. Wood floors and glass doorknobs are traditional touches in this functional space, while a beaded flush-mount ceiling fixture adds a touch of pizzazz.,
Create decorative kissing balls with evergreen instead of mistletoe this year. Start with a styrofoam sphere for your base, and cut fresh evergreen to the same length, and inch or two long. Hot glue a piece of twine around the styrofoam ball, and then cover the entire ball with evergreen cuttings by hot gluing them right next to each other. When the ball is covered, hang above a doorway, on a doorknob or in a corner that needs a bit of holiday cheer.
This non-toxic, biodegradable cleaning slime from Cyber Clean is a great addition to the home or office. You can clean just about any surface like doorknobs, drawers, kitchen appliances, remote controls, keyboards, speakers, camera equipment and more. It's great for hard-to-reach crevices and can be used over and over. All you do is fold the dirt and grime into the slime and use until the slime turns a darker color that matches the swatch displayed on the container.