Design Details: Using Knobs & Pulls to Make a Memorable Dresser

One of my favorite things about design is how small details can elevate something and make it special. You may not give much thought to your dresser knobs or pulls and just use whatever the piece came with, but switching to something different or painting what you have can have a big impact with little payout of time or expense.

Here are 10 examples, some DIY and some purchased, where the knobs and pulls really make the dresser:

  1. Different Colored Knobs in Martina & Lola's Sweet Shared Space on Apartment Therapy
  2. Red & White Polk-a-Dot Knobs in Maëlys and Chloé's No Pretty in Pink Please Girls Room on Apartment Therapy
  3. Crocheted Knob Covers on Roman Sock (with tutorial)
  4. Yo-Yo Drawer Pulls in Oliver's Crafty Crib on Apartment Therapy
  5. Numbered Knobs on Domestic Adventure
  6. Contrasting Pink Knobs on Stella & Hazel's Happy, Girly Shared Room on Apartment Therapy
  7. Old Hardware Painted White on Beth Feigner Photography
  8. Toy Dinosaur Knobs on The Misadventures of the Wolf Pack
  9. Acrylic Flower Knobs in Brooke's Dining Alcove Turned Nursery on Apartment Therapy
  10. Animal Knobs on Sunday in Color blog

(Images: 1. Lucia M Photography 2. Roxane Bondono 3. Roman Sock 4. Heather Weston 5. Domestic Adventure 6. Haeley/Design Improvised 7. Beth Feigner Photography 8. The Misadventures of the Wolf Pack 9. Eric Kaplan 10. Sunday in Color)

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