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Spotlight on Anne At Home

As we’ve told you before, lots of companies say they are the best, but we really mean it – and we prove that by affiliating ourselves with only the best products and manufacturers in the world.

Color and texture are the most prevalent elements in home and office decorating. Matching bath and cabinet hardware with faucets, tiles, fabrics, flooring, and furniture is quite easy to accomplish, especially at CabinetKnobsandMore. To help meet your decorating goals, allow us to suggest the exquisit high quality collection of cabinet knobs and pulls produced by manufacturer Anne At Home .

Producing value along with splendid finishes, Anne At Home Hardware manufactures a wide variety of textures, finishes, and designs that allow you to express your personal style and taste. We offer over 800 pewter hardware items, in 38 finishes at no extra charge. The pewter hardware offerings include cabinet knobs and pulls, hooks, vanity top accessories, and bath hardware.

                                                                                                             

When making the pewter items at the production plant, in Providence, RI, they still use the same techniques used in making fine jewelry. The designers and quality control staff oversee each step of the production process; hand finishing each production and model mold to meet high standards. They supervise the hand application, polishing, and lacquering of each piece!!

We know the importance you place on detail, and quality. You work hard on decorating your home, and we know you want everything to be perfect! This is how we know that we must choose products from the most reputable and quality conscious manufacturers available.

There is one thing we can’t do for you, though. We don’t envy you having to choose which hardware you like best. Believe me, we feel your pain. We can, however, get your choices to you quickly, and at the lowest possible price available!

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Installing New Door Knockers

 

 

 

 

 

Installing new door knockers in your home is a great way to bring a sense of style to the front entryway, but the actual installation process might not be as easy as it seems. These small accessories have been used for centuries, and they can help add a touch of antiquity to the front door, if you can get them installed in the first place.

Some of the most popular styles of door knockers are brass or cast iron, which usually have surface or door mounting features. The simplest types of door knockers to install are the surface mounting variety, because the screws simply pass through the knocker and into the door. Brass and cast iron door knockers that are door-mounting, on the other hand, use bolts that pass through the door and screw into the knocker. This is a bit more complicated, because the holes must actually be drilled through the door to match up with the door knockers.

The placement of cast iron and brass door knockers may also be dictated by the pattern and design of the actual door. The homeowners must decide how they want their door knockers to be placed in reference to the design fixtures of the door, while still being at a reasonable height for most people to reach. The average person should be able to reach the knocker, and it also doesn’t look right if it’s too high or low, but placing it at around five feet should be a sure bet.

Whether choosing brass door knockers, cast iron door knockers or any of the other designs that are currently available, it’s important to install them right. If done correctly, new door knockers make a fun and visually interesting addition to any home.

 

 

 

 

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Design Your Own Bathroom

 

 

              Comfort.  In every moment of existence, humans have an insatiable desire for comfort.  

Practically speaking, in order to increase the comfort of your home, your bathroom has to provide the feeling of relaxation.  You may not be an interior designer, but you do know what you like and what you don’t like.  You do know what makes you feel comfortable, relaxed, and what fits your personality.  

           There are many styles involved in the process of designing your own bathroom, but this is an advantage.  This affords you opportunity to find the style that fits you. If you have original ideas on what your bath should look like, then the results will meet your expectations . . . comfort, relaxation, and an expression of who you are.  There are several things you need to take into consideration when you are developing your bathroom decor ideas.

         The most critically important thing to decide as you design your bathroom is lighting.  Lighting is standard decor in your bathroom.  Lighting sets the mood and controls the overall image of your bathroom. The mirror you choose comes in a close second.  It should reflect your personal style to be sure, but functionally it is the one piece of bathroom décor that can enhance the effects of lighting, and even expand one’s perception of the size of the room.  Since the bathroom is often the smallest room in the house, the right choice becomes quite important.

The next aspect of adding your personal design to your bathroom is represented by the accessories you actually choose.  These accessories are the “theme” of your bathroom, and materialize through decorative holders for toothbrushes, towel racks, hooks, baskets, soap dishes, shelving, and many other accessories. The shower curtain is also a very important accessory to help you complete the overall look of the entire room.

      Your bathroom decor ideas will add comfort to your life through your personal art in the form of design.  Your successful results will be original and personal and you’ll feel a real sense of accomplishment and self expression.

 

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Add Some Spring Pizzazz  

With New Switch Plates

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Spring has finally arrived!! Blooming flowers, butterflies, and budding trees bring that “new life” hope back after the long winter. We already know what you’re thinking. “Wouldn’t it be awesome to bring some new life to the house with some spring accents?”

We have a way for you to do just that, and with the freedom of style you want!

 Inexpensive switch plate options abound, and will add some spring pizzazz to any room or decorating style. By replacing those old switch plates you don’t even have to worry about spending too much money! One can easily create a historic feeling in their Victorian home, uniquely express their love of nature in their Log Cabin style home, or even go retro with different textures and styles. Animal lovers have a plethora of style choices, and the many options for the kid’s rooms are always a hit with the children. The current styles give homeowners and renters equal and inexpensive creative license.

Some of the more popular choices are Brainerd switch plates, which exemplify the modern aesthetic with styles like the Mirror single plate and the Architectural double plate. These switch plates are common in modern homes, although they also take inspirations from colonial styles, which can be seen in their Colonial Rope models. Truly antique switch plates will typically be much more ornate, especially those from Victorian and Renaissance eras. There are antique switch plates made with a much lower price tag, and inspired along classic lines.

Ceramic switch plates are always a well accepted option, and come in many more designs and patterns than they used to. The choices are practically unlimited. Many people underestimate ceramic switch plates, because they think of the white or off-white varieties that come standard in cheap apartments and are worn down over the years. There are many different ceramic switch plates on the market today, with designs such as interwoven leaves and vines, squares of different colored paint, or etched lines in geometric patterns. These match interior styles very well and are usually quite affordable.

Empower spring inside your home with a new switch plate and a screwdriver!

 

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How To Improve Your Home’s

Curb Appeal

Michael Healy Decorative Doorbell

Michael Healy Decorative Doorbell

When people have lived in their house for a while, they tend to overlook its cosmetic flaws. They might no longer notice chips in the exterior paint, the overgrown shrubs in the garden or Christmas lights still hanging from the eaves.

Most homeowners, when they’ve lived in their house a number of years, don’t see what a new eye would see, she said. They can’t see the little things. Those little things can make or break a home’s curb appeal, which is vital when selling a home. Picky potential buyers make up their minds within the first 10 seconds of seeing a home’s exterior whether they want to see what’s inside.

That is important to note because Web savvy buyers are using the Internet to research houses for sale. They’re looking at online pictures of homes and driving by properties they might interested in. Staging can help home sellers get top dollar for their property. A professional stager will go through every room in the home, as well as the rear and front yards. Stagers note that the way people live in their home and the way a home is presented when it’s on the market are two different things. While the homeowners’ collection of porcelain dolls might look good to them, buyers might consider it clutter.

I don’t recommend people go out and spend a lot of money on staging props. I prefer to use items sellers already have. If more accessories are needed, such as plants, she works within the seller’s budget. She has spent as little as $50 to $100 to successfully stage a home. We got interested in home staging when we sold our first house, a 1,400-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath cottage style house in the Pocono Mountain area of Pennsylvania. Before putting the house on the market, the property got a makeover. Ripping out aging, unattractive shrubs and replaced them with newer ones. Also adding more vibrant, colorful flowers.

Next, repainting the house’s exterior in pastels to enhance its cottage style design. They painted the front door dark green to make it stand out and added a kickplate and new hardware for extra flair.

That house sold for above asking price the same day it went on the market. The house was listed for three hours before a buyer made an offer.

To gauge your home’s curb appeal, start by looking at it while standing across the street. What do you notice?

What is your eye drawn to? For those who can no longer “see” what their house really looks like, they might enlist someone who can, whether it’s a professional or a trusted friend. Next, take stock of the different parts and area of the exterior.

Are the shrubs and lawn overgrown? If so, trim back the shrubs and mow the lawn. Get rid of plants that look as if they’re on their last leg. This would be a good time to remove plants damaged during January’s cold snap. Get rid of

any unsightly weeds. Those about to put their home on the market might consider hiring a gardener or landscaper to maintain the yard if they don’t have the time to keep it consistently tidy. Add color. Evergreen landscapes are fine,but adding a little color can go a long way. Add some colorful annuals to the beds.

Dress up a worn front door with a fresh coat of paint and/or new hardware, such as a

decorative handle, kickplate or knocker.

Is your welcome mat more worn than welcoming? If so, replace it.

If space allows, add containers with plants of varying height (something tall with something that cascades over the sides).

Get a new address plate or find fancier numbers to use for your address.

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If space allows, add a small bench or other seating on the porch or inside the doorway so guests have a place to sit.

Jazz up a plain door with a wreath. An already ornate door can be left alone if its design is striking. Give the exterior a good cleaning with a pressure washer. Wash the windows. Declutter. If you have too many accessories, pots, flags or other doodads in front of the house, pare it down. Less is more.

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Choosing Cabinet Hardware| Tips

One of the quickest and easiest ways to update a room is changing the hardware on your cabinets. The size and shape of the cabinet knob dramatically affects the appearance of your cabinetry.

When determining the appropriate cabinet knob size, pay attention to the paneling on the cabinet door and the weight of the drawer contents, For example, if a raised-panel is surrounding by a 2″ border, you’ll want a slightly smaller knob, such as 1½” in diameter.

Here’s a trick we use: draw and cut out circles on paper in 1½” and 2½” diameters, and then place them on your cabinets and drawers.

Once you’ve identified the sizes, determine the mood you’re trying to achieve. For a formal look, select a cabinet knob style and use it in one or various diameters based on the size of your cabinet or drawer. To keep it light and playful, mix up colors, styles and sizes. Or, be deliberate and choose multiple cabinet  knobs styles within one color scheme.

More Tips

  • For drawers over 18″ wide, try using two cabinet knobs or two cabinet  pulls.
  • Think directional.Cabinet Pulls can be placed vertically or horizontally on cabinet doors.

Cabinet knobs and drawer pulls are elegant investments to your rooms that last for years to come.

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Glass Knobs – A Touch of Class

 

     

   I know, I know – you’re tired of your kitchen cabinets. No, you don’t regret for one minute choosing glass, but you also realize a coat of paint can’t help you make the kitchen have that touch of class you’re ready for. Knobs, Hinges, & More has the perfect solution! Changing the cabinet hardware and knobs or pulls will give your kitchen that classy look you seek.

                  These days cabinet knobs come in different designs, colors and shapes. No longer are round cabinet norms the only way to go. Homeowners can choose from a range of kitchen cabinet knobs including hand painted glass knobs and antique mosaic knobs.Kitchen cabinet hardware has also changed a lot over the past few years. These days kitchen counter hardware has become a lot more sophisticated. The hinges available for the cabinets have improved in quality and design over the years.                                        

 As you shop for kitchen hardware and kitchen cabinet knobs, you’ll be surprised by the range and colors available. For some the choices may even seem intimidating. Take a close look at the hand painted ceramic knobs. Talk about classy!! While searching for kitchen knobs, look at the aesthetic appeal of the knobs as well as their functionality. Take the time to peruse your options carefully.

Choose kitchen cabinet knobs that match the cabinets, shelves and countertop, and take the decor to the next level. Oh, and most importantly, be sure you pick something that expresses YOU. (That’s why you’re going classy in the first place, right? Of course right!)

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