Anthropologie: Knobs + Handles

June 9, 2006

Anthropologie: Knobs + Handles
Feeling a little creative this weekend? Why not shop Anthropologie for some new hardware to perk up your existing cabinets and drawers. I love the urchin knobs, the white nubby bleached ceramic is such a trend right now, and perfect for welcoming in the summer. Add a set of these to a teal or black cabinet for instant tres chic. Anthropologie has great reproduction hardware too, like their venetian flower knobs in molded glass or their perky ceramic flower knobs in lime. View their entire affordable collection of hardware here and don’t just dream, do it! It’s an easy weekend project to take on with results you’ll love.

(images from anthropologie)


  • Reply Maryam June 9, 2006 at 9:11 pm

    mmmm….so pretty. Love their hardware. Saw some ultra-glam cut glass door knobs on their website and would just adore that for a knock ’em dead, fit-for-a-star bedroom.

    You are so right, Holly, about that urchin thing. I like it but I am wondering if it is not a little strange to have that kind of theme if you are land-locked like I am in Marrakech. What do you think?

  • Reply decor8 June 9, 2006 at 9:35 pm

    Yes, I think you could easily incorporate a bit of the sea into your landlocked palace there in Marrakech. As long as it’s subtle touches, hints of the sea in various places. Some coral accents, a little urchin hardware sprinkled about on a buffet cabinet or credenza – I’d love to see these on a high gloss black table or even a teal table… Can’t you picture that? I live about 45 minutes from the coast, yet I have the sea dotted around my house in small ways — in the bathroom, in the bedroom – I even have coral pillows on my bed and a sea urchin bleached ceramic votive on a bedside table with a lovely shell.

    You know, I think it’s more important to be surrounded by things that you connect to, and for me, it’s the ocean. I grew up on the beach all of my life in South Carolina. It was all I did, everyday after school, on weekends. Even when my parents had a home north of Boston (Swampscott – Puritan Road) we lived directly on the ocean, and our home in Nahant was across the street so my parents couldn’t take it and ended up finding a home directly on the sand. I don’t know, it’s just a huge part of my life (the beach) and to refuse having that in my home, despite living on an apple orchard in a carriage house, I would be refusing part of myself.

    Something to think about…


  • Reply holly June 11, 2006 at 6:18 am

    i love these!! i bought a whole bunch. here’s what i plan to do … if i can ever find the time.

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