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The combination of wood and metal is to die for. I love, love these; they're so unique. They would look great in a masculine study or a library.
This sleek and modern pull is more than functional. It would provide a clean look without stealing any attention from its surroundings.
This cabinet hardware looks as though it could have been salvaged from a barn. The mixture of wood and metal gives these knobs a warmth that most hardware doesn't have. Dimensions: Knob: 1.5” diam. x 1.5”H. Horseshoe pull: 3.5”W x 0.75”D X 1.75”H. Set of 4.
Oil rubbed bronze is a popular choice for kitchen cabinets, and this one happens to be my favorite finish against white cabinets.
Get that craft room or home office organized by grouping together items in easy-to-find storage bins. Place this in a closet or cabinet for easy access. It's great for kids' school supplies too.
Siro Cabinet Hardware
Switching out your current curtains for these vintage velvet drapes will immediately add an air of luxury and glamour to your home. They are reminiscent of the velvet riding hats and coats worn by equestrians.
The substantial nature of this knob makes us think it could be used as a drawer pull effectively as well, turned horizontally. Could be used in traditional, contemporary, we could even see it in a modern kitchen.
My favorite medicine cabinet of all time. I love the authentic details and construction and it's just so simple! No need to look any further. Plus, metal just wears better in bathrooms than wood - all that moisture has to go somewhere. Comes in a few different finishes.
Transform your outdoor space into a tropical oasis with plenty of palm trees and hibiscus. Finish off the look by adding a row of these eye-catching oil torches.
Pulls like these evoke memories of old library card catalogs. Sturdy and sophisticated, the finish is ideal for plenty of rooms in any home.
Here's a classic that will add just the right amount of sparkle to your room. Class things up with this glass hardware. I love the simple, curved lines and the bling that tops them off. This would go well in many different spaces.
These extra large tool-themed alphabet cards would look great mounted as a large grid on the wall. For a smaller installation, you could also use them to spell out your child's name or a fun message like "kids at work".
A curtain rod can be beautiful and functional. These wrought iron rods are both! With so many great designs it would be hard to choose.
This is an investment piece for sure, but (whew) is it good looking! It would be lovely for storage or just to look at.
Vintage Hardware Store Bins And...
Made of vintage tarps from India, these sturdy hampers are built to last, but with a weathered look that suggests the history behind them.
Well, the original vintage versions have been wildly popular, so much so that chain stores have started to print their own versions. What I like about Restoration Hardware's picks is that some of the stations they included do not exists anymore.
Pick up on the blues in your kitchen (if you've got them) with these gorgeous deep indigo glass cabinet knobs. They have a hint of coastal style and will add a beautiful element of glass to the kitchen.
I discovered a mirror similar to this one in an antique store bathroom - it was hung horizontally and stacked 3 tall and looked amazing over a long modern vanity top. I love the industrial/commercial simplicity, and I could see a few of these treated the same way over a fireplace mantle.
I have these Lewis Dolin bar pulls on all of the drawers in my kitchen and I love them. The sleek design paired with the oil-rubbed bronze is a perfect combination in my book.
Satin nickel has been increasingly popular the last few years as well. There is no right or wrong hardware finish. The good news is, it can all be mixed these days.
I, along with the rest of the world, am smitten with brass these days. I like this pull for its clean lines and classic finish.
Inexpensive and durable, jute webbing has a multitude of creative purposes. I'd use it to add a simple border to plain, store-bought curtain panels or as embellishment on a linen pillowcase.
In the ideal mudroom, each family member has his or her own hook for keeping outerwear and bags off the floor. A double hook gives each person twice the hanging capability. Keep only everyday items in plain view, and store unused or out-of-season accessories in a closet.
It's surprisingly hard to find a good brass curtain rod these days. After a hunt, I finally found one I was happy with from Restoration Hardware. The brass is antiqued, so it's not too yellow, and it comes in enough sizes and diameters to work in any window.
I used these knobs to make the kitchen cabinets in my homes feel more modern. Their simple, understated lines go with a variety of cabinet styles and finishes.
This barrel series is one of my new favorites, and I can't wait to use it on a project. I love how unique these are.
Add a pop of fun and gorgeous color to your kitchen via these green glass knobs. They are jewelry for the kitchen.
Ideal for any bathroom or pantry, this pull screams happy and clean. The basic white and nickel combination guarantees it won't distract from other design elements in a room.