The new year has begun and D. Lawless is already being featured on blogs all across the internet. Let’s take one last look back at some of our December blog features though. Look below for the full scoop on our most recent blog features!
Bathrooms, cabinets, kitchens, and much more in this makeover madness edition special. See all the before and afters by clicking over to the features that pique your interest the most!
We have a wonderful line of glass knobs and pulls under our own brand name. People absolutely love them and I’m sure you will too once you see all the different ways they have been put to use by some of our favorite DIY bloggers.
The “icing on the cake” provided by our 12″ scrolls makes this cabinet makeover look fantastic. Curb Alert takes a $20 broken record player/stereo cabinet and fixes it up beautifully.
Slightly Coastal used our scrolls too along with a center piece and some corner pieces for her French country wooden valance. The valances were built using 1/4″ birch plywood and inexpensive trim. Check out the full result over at her website.
Plum doodles did a number on this country curio shelf update. The before and after is striking. She used some milk paint with a bit of gray primer because of the way it gives a shadowy look to the white milk paint. And a bit of glaze around the wood applique to highlight the details. Get the full scoop at her blog.
A chair and a stool are two different distinct types of furniture. The stool came first. One of the earlier forms of seat furniture. A stool consists of a single seat, without back or armrests, on a base of either three or four legs. A chair is any piece of furniture with a raised surface that can be used to individually sit on. A chair without a backrest and armrest is considered a stool.
Oil rubbed bronze is a very popular color these days. So, you might already have some or be choosing a particular kind you like already. We’d like to show off how some of our oil rubbed bronze hardware that has been used recently with these blog features.
From thrift stores to Craigslist, there are some great before and after photos in this short list of desk makeovers. Learn how with a little elbow grease you can create your own vintage desk look with this list from our blog partners.
We have a great line of knob and pull bases that all kinds of individuals, groups, and businesses are using to create their own unique knobs and pulls. Made from all kinds of different materials with wonderful variety let’s take a look at some of the knobs and pulls our customers have created over the last few years.
We started our own line of label holders about 3 or 4 years ago and they have overall been a tremendous success and a wonderful addition to our own D. Lawless brands of hardware products. So many people have used them in different types of projects and pieces of cabinetry and furniture that the post would be too long to show them all. So, today we are just going to show you how they have been used for filing cabinets and card catalogs from our blogging friends.
We are proud to have worked with tons of different blogs in their furniture makeovers. Today, we are going to take a look at the wonderful variety of dressers with our hardware featured.
experimenting. To freshen it up, the wash technnique was used with Old Ochre. The overall effect reminds me of a distressed wood look. The bail pulls were provided in brass but had a spray coat of oil rubbed bronze used on them.