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Patience Guernon knob Accessories June 01st, 2018 - 09:04:41
You know when you walk into some peoples homes and you feel the wow factor and maybe you feel a touch of the green-eyed monster as well. Even though they dont have more money than you somehow or other they have transformed their home into something awesome and stylish. There are subtle and clever touches here and there such as the elegant sophistication of matching turning door knobs to the rest of the decor. Lets face it for some of us pulling this type of elegance off is a big challenge.
Home improvement to add value to the real estate takes more than a paint job. Today buyers and investors look around much more and especially for signs that are indicative of the age of the property to match it with the existent condition. Here antique glass door knobs come to the rescue. These fine pieces of hardware need not be antique in the real sense of the word. Today there are dedicated online and offline resources that make the antique glass knobs accessible in the form of replicas. These are simple to fit and great in aesthetic appeal.
If youre aiming to convey a sense of maturity and class into this room then reeded door knobs could prove an effective product to invest in although they may be equally well-suited when placed in a kitchen bathroom or study. Featuring smooth lines these items are available in a range of materials - such as satin nickel and polished chrome - and once they are fitted could quickly lend a place some much-need aesthetic appeal. However if you want something a little bit different why not consider opting for a door knob that is made out of glass? A wide selection of glass knobs can be purchased including those that are spherical and have a smooth surface while others are available in cut-crystal.
There are several styles for the doors. One of these is the inset door design. This design is available only for framed cabinets because it has to stay within the rails and stiles of the frame. There is a special design of knob for them but the dark colored ones will always do. An almost similar design to the inset door is the lipped door. Lipped door is applicable only for framed cabinet door. It requires having rails and stiles wherein the they could rest. Aside from that it also needs to have a specific type of knob to help open it.