I've never liked the hardware on the drawers of our captain's bed. The drawer pulls look and feel cheap. Not only that, they are noisy, which is a quality you don't want from a drawer that's under your bed. I finally got a handle on the situation and replaced the old drawer pulls. It was a super easy task that completely transformed the look of the drawers.
Replacing the hardware on the drawers of our captain's bed has been on my to-do list since the day it was delivered almost three years ago. When I finally got around to actually doing it last weekend, it was because I couldn't live with the old hardware for one more day.
I removed one of the old drawer pulls and took it to Lowe's with me. I wanted new pulls that were the same width as the old ones so that I wouldn't have to drill new holes for the screws. The bed is shaker style so cup pulls seem like a more fitting option than the old hardware. Plus, I really like how the dark finish of the new pulls looks against the wood grain.
Images: Jason Loper
Re-edited from a post originally published on 9.29.210 - JEL