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!
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 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.
We had our hardware all over this month and I couldn’t be happier! Part of the reason we had so many is because we were the sponsor of the Fab Furniture Flipping Contest this month with main host 58 Water Street.
I’ll start out with Colleen’s piece from the contest and then just go in order from there. Here’s her great dresser makeover using satin brass drawer pulls from Amerock.
Here’s one from Ginger & The Huth and another from Farmgirl Outfitters! From Ginger & The Huth we see a beautiful Restoration Hardware style TV console and from Farmgirl Outfitters we have a nice wall cabinet for all your stuff that just HAS to be displayed for all to see!
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. This blue and white painted desk makeover cost only $9 from a thrift store. The desk was solid wood with a finished back and even doors that were dovetailed. A perfect piece for an incredible makeover opportunity. Check out Kim Six to walk you through this desk makeover from start to finish.
This liquor cabinet makeover is goregous! Black to a vivid red, with some incredible fretwork this is a great piece to learn from. Rain on a Tin Roof brings this hutch makeover to you.
This DIY antique wood filing cabinet goes from a whitewashed dark grey to a Benjamin Moore Dove White. Complete with our line of antique brass cup pull label holders, this will make for some fine organizing. Brought to you by Delightfully Noted Blog.
Today I get to show off all the projects from all the blogs that used hardware from us over the last month. We got lucky and had several posts go up that weren’t sponsored at all and those are ALWAYS welcome of course! This round up of articles each month has become our most popular blog series! If only because I get to tag 20 people at once, lol! But seriously, we get a ton of views on these articles and for good reason, the projects and photography are all wonderful.
Without further ado I’ll start with a post from The Kim Six Fix where she used this beautiful set of matching satin nickel knobs and pulls on a dresser makeover. She only paid $9 for the dresser!
rticle includes a nice tutorial with some simple tips on how to keep your hardware perfectly centered when installing.
We have a selection of ceramics that comes in all shapes, sizes, and styles. Today we’re going to show how our customers have used our ceramic knobs and pulls in a wide range of different projects. And maybe you’ll find some inspiration along the way for your own project 🙂
Back in black. Today we are going to show off some of our blogger and customer projects featuring black as the primary color.
ses our antique brass cup pulls to top off a wonderful buffet makeover. Shannon did an incredible job and makes our hardware look fantastic on the new dresser.
Each month I take the opportunity to feature all the posts we’ve been in recently. It’s hard to believe but we were on over 20 different blogs and home projects during the month of May and they are all gorgeous projects! So without blabbing on I’ll just get to it.
Here they are in order starting with Rehab to Fab on May Day! The full post shows what an amazing transformation Stephanie made to her bathroom with new tiles, new paint job, new mirrors, and of course new hardware!
This navy bedroom makeover reveal from Small Stuff Counts features us in a very tiny way. We supplied the cup pull on the little matching nightstand!
This beautiful white and walnut kitchen from I Dig Pinterest features knobs and pulls in antique pewter. The kitchen really stands out with the white and wood stain together.