Brilliant Ways to Use Drawer Pulls & Handles You've Never Thought Of

Brilliant Ways to Use Drawer Pulls & Handles You've Never Thought Of

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Dabney Frake
Sep 8, 2015
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Furniture and cabinets are just the tip of the iceberg. Drawer handles, knobs, and pulls are useful in every room of the house, especially when it comes to keeping your organized. They take just a few minutes to install, and their versatility is surprising. Some of these ideas you might have seen, but others might not have occurred to you.

Above, a sleek and handy organizer from Home Depot which uses various sizes of pulls to hang necessities and corral the mail.

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Painted basic unfinished wood drawer pulls were installed in the entryway by A Beautiful Mess and used for coats and accessories.

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Post Road Vintage shows you how to make these tiered dessert stands (or organizers) with a knob at the top.

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This idea from My Home My Style, which uses decorative pulls to make custom curtain rod finials, is really smart.

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Transform basic boxes with the help of some super stylish cabinet pulls. Transient Expression used really some really pretty ones from Anthropologie.

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Various knobs make a bar cart more personal and colorful. The Martha in Me turned them into bottle stoppers for her booze.

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This IKEA hack by Emily Henderson transformed a nightstand into a bathroom stool using drawer handles as feet.

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Jennifer of Dimples and Tangles turned a few vintage pulls upside down and they become storage for small objects, like chalk.

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This natural wood and brass serving tray from A Beautiful Mess looks incredibly easy to make and is so very stylish.

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This DIY twine storage from My Home Based Mom makes good use of vintage sparkly pulls.

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What kid wouldn't love these colorful dolls made by Scandinavian Deko from various wooden parts?

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Your nightstand just got a lot neater with this bedside valet. The tutorial is over on Instructables.

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This cake dome from Be What You Love is made from a glass light fixture cover and uses a knob as the handle.

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Antique knobs become a great way to hang art, even if it's just The Crafty Nest using pants hangers.

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Country Living reused these old-fashioned looking metal pulls to create extra storage in the kitchen.

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If you need a way to organize your jewelry, create a board like Liz Marie's that uses a random assortment of old knobs.

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IKEA Orlando cleverly used some of their kitchen cabinet hardware in a closet for hanging clothes.

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Heavy metal hardware becomes great napkin holders during parties. From Better Homes & Gardens.

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This photo from Restyled Home (via Houzz) shows glass knobs installed on the window frame from which to hang curtains.

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Make a butter dish even better with a new handle. Momtastic simply glued one on for this quick and easy project.

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