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Real Simple had a great little article about updating old furniture and I thought I’d share it and expand on it a little. Not only is replacing the hardware on an old piece helpful, don’t forget you can also replace the hardware on a NEW piece of furniture to make it seem less “chain store” and more you. It won’t cost you much and will take your item from “seen on page 56 of the catalog” to “where did you find this cool thing?”.


Anthropologie has the most fun, stylish selection of hardware out there, and it’s easy to access! Their items look like jewelry for your furniture (and check out their doorknobs to- I wish I could use them everywhere in my own home!) And they have even created this genius new page on their site where you can virtually TRY on the hardware on various pieces of furniture!


House of Antique Hardware offers a great selection of these drop pulls which I simply adore.

Te Ma Hardware offers colorful hardware perfect for a beachy feel or a kid’s room:



So wether you are refinishing a Craiglist find or simply wanting to add some flair to your new Pottery Barn purchase, just look around for some “furniture jewelry”

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