Rated 4 out of 5Â by roomredo Touch of casual elegance
We recently embarked on redoing our guest room. We wanted to repurpose a stucturally fine, but dated dresser. My husband did a great job painting the dresser and then lightly distressing (similar to the painted furniture pieces currently showing in Pottery Barn). We then wanted to dress it up with hardware and these knobs add the perfect transition that says casual elegance. They play nicely off of our other aged metal finsihes including nail head trimmed upholstered headboard. The con of all of the anthropology knobs is, the threaded poles are so long that you can not install and leave as is. Your clothes would get ruined if they came in contact with the poles (pulls on silks etc..). So you need to cut threaded poles.... easy enough i f you have a pipe cutter. We didn't, but bought one in home depot (husband said good to have around house), but for others its one of those unforseen costs. A friend told me she took her purchase to home Depot and asked them to cut for her. They graciously did. Don't know if they charged for same or did gratis
February 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by gardener nice door knob
This is a very pretty door knob that i bought to replace the generic knobs on an armoire. the only downside is that i broke the first one installing it and this was a replacement. in other words handle them with a lot of care. Aside from that, it is a very nice improvement and definitely adds interest to the armoire. also there is a large back plate that covers any mistake you make drilling.
March 5, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5Â by trishaa pretty large knob
beautiful and well made knob.
however too large for my drawers, but i am using it as a hook for my towel or robe.
April 4, 2010