Well hello! It's a beautiful day here and it has me dreaming of spring. Just about right now is when I start to get annoyed with the cold and count down the days to warmer weather. I think I'll be counting down for awhile though. :)
So I shared last week that I cheated once on my no spend month, and it was at Hobby Lobby while I was taking photos for this post. I blame you all! Ha! If you haven't seen the hardware aisle at the Lob then you must go…and go when it's half off because you will want some, I promise.
I've used their knobs a few times in our home, including these white beauties:
I adore the white against the black and they have a vintage feel that I love.
I also used some turquoise-looking knobs in our powder room a few years back:
Those are a couple of my favorites!
I've shared these before here, but I check them out every time I stop in HL because they seem to change them out often. I took some pics of my favorites that are there right now and I was surprised at how sophisticated some of them were. I loved this Lucite look with the brass:
I think that would look amazing on a black dresser or vanity as well. This handle matched:
It was really substantial and felt sturdy.
The theme of most of the newer ones I found were wood, stone and metal combos -- this one was a mix of stone and faux wood:
This wood one would look sharp in an office or on a painted dresser:
I actually got very similar handles to these for a lot more at a specialty shop:
I'm kicking myself for not looking here first!
These longer handles were cool and were an antiqued gold look:
I like the stone versions the best though -- this one was huge and would make a big statement!:
This marble knob was simple but would look stunning against a dark piece:
My only fear with the stone is how they would hold up -- I can totally see this one breaking if a drawer is too heavy:
Of course they have a ton of cute versions as well that would be perfect in a nursery or kid's room:
How fun! The dinosaurs would be adorable on a nursery dresser. The deer or elk would make for a fun holiday project too. Remember you can easily spray paint them! AND, these don't have to just be used for drawers -- some would make for cute hooks or to hang art like I showed you here.
These would be great for a craft area:
What a fun way to label drawers!
And if you want girly they have you covered there too:
HL always has some that remind me of what you would find in Anthropologie:
Of course you can never go wrong with a glass or crystal knob -- they have a huge selection:
I noticed this time they had quite a few of these decorative pieces that you put on before the knob -- so if you want it to make more of a statement something like this would work:
Have you shopped this aisle? Found any cute ones? I was surprised at how on trend they were with a lot of these! I think decorative knobs are such an easy way to add some character and personality to a space.