Our Most Recent Blog Features

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!

This new dining room design comes in on budget and looking fantastic with a purple theme to it. The farmhouse table pictured above was only $20. The corner cabinet, part of the original house, is adorned with our betsy fields glass purple knobs. See how the wall was decorated along with the rest of the room over at Ciburbanity.
This teal, black, and white girl’s bedroom reveal has a lot going on. Complete with polka dots, zebra pattern drawers, and more patterns this is surely a makeover you’ll want to check out. See how it comes together at A Home to Grow Old In.
A new living room with Jessica’s favorite color purple, being incorporated into touches, of a light, bright, and cheerful design. The coffee table is my Art’s Market with a fresh coat of white paint, distressed a bit to appeal to the homeowner’s desire for some rustic elements in this space. And the neutral couch and sofa were donated from an estate sale, with updated new pillows and throws. Shine Your Light will give you the details on the rest of the makeover.
This red, white, and black glamorous master bedroom makeover really has the touches of red popping. From the beautiful red curtains to the red upholstered bench, this bedroom really has it going on now. Check out Lauren Mcbride Blog for the full details on how this room is pieced together.
From trash to treasure, this thrift store headboard makes a great shelf with hooks. An incredible before and after look featured above, shows you what you can do with a little of grunt work and inspiration. The look is a bit of a distressed chalkboard. My re Purposed Life brings you this repurpose complete with our satin nickel double prong hooks.

Makeover Madness

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!

kitchen cabinets
This kitchen cabinet makeover looks fantastic with our antique pewter knobs and pulls. While it originally had some beautiful colors, rustic beauty, and lots of character LZ wanted something with more of a modern feel. The results speak for themselves. Check out how it came together over at The Summery Umbrella.
white kitchen cabinets
Another kitchen renovation and this one truly is amazing on the before and afters. From a bare wood setting to an all white makeover this kitchen is renovated from top to bottom by Evolution of Style.
black desk home office
This home office goes from drab to fab in this makeover from Green with Decor. A lot of new decor was used in the makeover and you can find out how it all came together and where to get it for yourself by clicking over.
bathroom makeover
Finally, a bathroom makeover just for you. From bland, brown, and boring to totally fabulous with a spotted floor and reddish pink cabinets this makeover reveal from Love and Renovations is a must see!
farmhouse cabinet makeover
This was originally a traditional looking china cabinet and it got the farmhouse makeover. The cabinet was painted in a beautiful grey color called Steel Wool by Benjamin Moore. Brought to you by House of Hargrove.

7 Amazing Desk Makeovers

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.

gray and copper desk makeover
Choosing a custom created gray color for the base, Art is Beauty uses our copper kettle cup pulls for accent and style. You can see the incredible before and after photo above. Make sure to click over to see this incredible transformation break down.
blue and white desk makeover
Another great before and after, Kim Six Fix walks you through her desk makeover. Bought at a thrift store for only $9 this piece really comes together nicely. Painted in Evening Dove by Benjamin Moore this goes perfectly with our satin nickel knobs and pulls.
white and gold desk makeover
This is piece started out in a dull yellow and was then painted white with a gold stencil pattern on top for a beautiful accent. D. Lawless clear glass knob and pulls provide the finishing touches to a great desk makeover. Brought to you by Virginia Sweet Pea.
purple desk
In her Thrift Score Thursday, Maggie Over By Studios presents this lilac purple desk makeover. With the addition of some great modern knobs and pulls which contrast its traditional style the desk has a totally new look.
vintage white desk
This vintage desk has been given new life and I’m in love with its light and bright new look. The drawer liners are fabulous too with a simple cut of flower wrapping paper used. To see the full vintage desk makeover check out Making it in the Mountains.
blue green desk
A nice find off of Craigslist just a mile from her home this piece was painted in Valspar’s Ship Shape and then distressed a bit. Makes for a truly unique hue from Stacey Embracing Change in her sweet blue desk makeover. Pumpkin-shaped acrylic knobs adorn the drawers courtesy of us.
repurposed desk
My Repurposed Life takes an old sewing machine and turns it into a vintage desk. This would serve great as a vanity, makeup table, desk, or jewelry organizer. We are proud to have provided the one inch clear glass knobs for this repurpose.

11 Fantastic Dresser Makeovers To Inspire You

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.

two tone dresser
This piece was in structurally excellent condition and was solid mahogany. After some sanding and a new mid toned gray paint job, the two top drawers were stained creating an intriguing contrast of colors. From Number Fifty Three, learn how this piece comes together with our sun aged glass knobs providing the final touches.
wythe blue dresser
Hand painted in the prettiest blue-green this color is called Wythe Blue by Four Chairs. Going for a hand me down look, Gypsy Magpie wants this piece to look like it was inherited from Grandma’s house. Our clear glass knobs help match the hardware with the aged look and feel Missy was going for.
trophy grey dresser
In Stacey’s words, this rustic glam dresser in trophy is perfect. Trophy is such a great grey. Reminiscent of the grey on a plaid wool blanket you wrap yourself into on a crisp fall day. The dresser already had a terrific grain to go with the grey and our bail pulls help match the theme of the piece. See the whole makeover at Stacey Embracing Change.
white dresser
Classing it up, 58 Water Street goes with a stained top and white paint job to create a nice contrast. Combined with out satin brass pulls this piece is simple yet elegant.
white farmhouse dresser
Shopping yard sales for farmhouse decor, My Creative Days presents this “Picket Fence” white farmhouse dresser. Goes to show that you can find a little bit of gold if you take the time to search through the trash. The perfect finished look is all Lindsay, but we did provide the contrasting black knobs and pulls for the project.
stained dresser
Refreshing this dresser in a similar style as it once was, a stain based makeover was in the works over at The Painted Hive. In a how to stain a timber video tutorial, you can check out all the details that made this piece. And don’t forget those gorgeous brass label pulls featured.
hand painted dresser
In a regal appearance, barn door red meets metallic bronze. Just the Woods hand painted this dresser in tanner brown and then glazed with bronze hardware opulence. Our hardware also had a change in color. The ornate satin pewter bails pulls were turned into a bronze to match this piece.
french linen dresser
For this piece, Vintage Refined started by painting two coats of French Linen over the entire buffet. Not sure what to do next she started
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.
bathroom vanity
Learn how to create a beautiful bathroom vanity from a vintage dresser. Lovely Etc shows you an extremely inexpensive way to get a custom vanity that looks expensive on the cheap. The milk white glass knobs courtesy of us.
mid century modern dresser
A huge labor of love went into this project. You’ll want to see the before and after photos for this mid century modern dresser makeover. The contrast between the dark body and the driftwood drawers makes for a great combination. High Style Restyle uses our bronze pulls to put the finishing touches on this piece.
mint dresser
Cassie Bustamante shares this sweet mint dresser with us. With a Rifle Paper Co palette, these colorful hand painted pink knobs were used to really makes the piece pop. Too see how the depth and character were put into this piece click on over.
We hope you found some inspiration along the way. Those were some fabulous dresser makeovers to check out. We are proud to have provided the hardware for each and every one of these posts.

August Blog Features!

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.

FFFC - dresser makeover - 58 Water Street Blog
Next up in August was this easy DIY window shelf from My Repurposed Life. I love how Gail is always creating awesome stuff out of what most people might throw out! In the second photo you can see her using another style of our hooks on a chair backed jewelry display!
DIY window shelf with hooks - My Repurposed Life
jewelry display DIY - D Lawless Hooks
Next up is a unique kitchen redesign from The Newly Woodwards where they used catches on the kitchen cabinets and it looks beautiful! Not to mention making their kitchen stand out from the ordinary. Click through to see the full white kitchen!
catches on kitchen cabinets - The Newly Woodwards
This project comes from My Creative Days and features some of our super popular bail pulls on a beautiful DIY nursery dresser that she took from total junk to a beautiful piece fit for any nursery. The second shot is from a rustic numbered dresser using little black knobs from us!
DIY nursery room dresser - my creative days blog
rustic dresser with black knobs - my creative days
The next project features a product line we are very proud of. About three or four years ago we realized that the only way to get label holders was to pay two or three bucks each! So we came out with our own line all under .60 and we literally sell 100,000s a year now! Here are the nickel plated simple label holders in use at Sawdust Girl helping organize her craft room! Knobs from us too!
craft room storage with labels - sawdust girl
Every month we’ve got at least one from Embracing Change! This beauty uses our decagon glass knobs alongside the same bail pulls as My Creative Days used above! I absolutely love leaving the wood grain to shine!
glass knobs and bail pulls - dresser makeover
Most of the posts you see I have sponsored in the way of providing hardware for the projects. I hunt down people doing great work and contact them. But I get lucky sometimes and get featured in a post  I had nothing to do with. We call those “organic” posts and this one from Gypsy Magpie uses our matching antique style glass knobs!
dresser makeover with glass cabinet hardware - gypsy magpie
We worked with Crafting in the Rain before on her kitchen and now we have a lovely little teal dresser to show off featuring our antique pewter cup pulls and glass knobs!
teal dresser makeover - crafting in the rain
Another organic post, this time from Simply Beautiful by Angela! Angela uses our affordable label holders on a vintage style faux card catalog! Next time the hardware is on us Angela!
faux card catalog - d lawless labels
The next two posts were organic as well! Very fitting that so many of our organic posts this month were using our label holders. They are great products and we are super proud of making them so affordable to so many people as they really add up when you need a bunch.

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!

restoration hardware style tv console with labels
wall curio cabinet with label
We love being included in how to articles because those are the articles people tend to save and share the most. This is a great example from Finding Purpose where our knobs were added after a how to paint laminate furniture.
how to paint laminate furniture - finding purpose
And last but certainly not least (I just go by the date posted) is this image transfer beauty from Just the Woods! We work with Kandice frequently and always get awesome photos!
image transfer dresser makeover - just the woods

7 Amazing Before & After Project Photos

Our customers and small business partners do some incredible cabinet, furniture, and home transformations. From desks to whole kitchen remodels, we are going to take a look at some of the best before and after project photos using our hardware.

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.

Batchelors Way takes these builder grade oak cabinets and gives them a much needed upgrade. She color matched the spray paint and then hand painted the cabinet frame in place. The final touches were our brushed brass whistle knobs.

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.

2.5 years in the making, 2 gallons of paint, and countless buckets of concrete, along with a ton of sweat make this kitchen makeover an incredible transformation. Our oil rubbed bronze hardware provides a nice accent to the kitchen as well. Check out the before to after process at Blesser House.
This DIY furniture nursery set looks fantastic with its new distressed blue paint job. D. Lawless Hardware bail pulls were add for a sweet finishing touch. See the start to finish and how to do it yourself from My Creative Days.
This is an adorable bathroom remodel for a kid, but also stylish for adults! Features gray floor tiles, a purple vanity, black and white curtain, chrome faucet, a white quartz counter, and our satin nickel pulls. Rain on a Tin Roof delivers again.

July D. Lawless Blog Features

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!

Simple nickel pulls for desk
Here we have a huge dresser totally made over by Kandice at Just the Woods. She painted the hardware to get exactly the finish she wanted and the results are awesome!
Barn Door Meets Metallic Bronze Drexel Dresser
Seems like we’ve got one from Number Fifty-Three every month and I’m so glad I can say that! This little cabinet makeover turns an old cabinet into the faux apothecary style with a beautiful paint job with General Finishes.
Apothecary project

Another of our monthlies comes to us in this lovely new kitchen from Evolution of Style. The old kitchen was blue and let’s just say too much blue. But now it’s a clean, bright white with satin nickel hardware!
Next up is another white kitchen from Bless’er House, this time in the farmhouse style. I’m really partial to white kitchens that use dark hardware. The contrast is always eye catching to me. The shot below shows off the farmhouse style sink and the dark oil rubbed bronze hardware.
Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Makeover Reveal | blesserhouse.com - So many budget-friendly DIY projects packed into one kitchen!
The next post is one from June actually, but I missed it because I didn’t provide the hardware for it and missed it in my web tools! From Delightfully Noted, this DIY antique wood filing cabinet features our little label holders! Jennifer was kind enough to link over to our site so we owe her one!
white antique cabinet with label holders
This two toned kitchen is from Domestic Imperfection and matches satin nickel cup pulls with cable style pulls that match the cables in her suspended shelves. Very unique and modern look!
budget blue and white farmhouse kitchen
Little touches can help make any projects just that much prettier! This is a perfect example from Her Tool Belt where Amy used a little glass knob from us in the middle of this mason jar centerpiece.
Cute planter boxes for a party, wedding or your kitchen table. Free plans to build a scallop mason jar centerpiece.
Cute planter boxes for a party, wedding or your kitchen table. Free plans to build a scallop mason jar centerpiece.
My Creative Days shows you how to take a yard sale find and turn into into rustic farmhouse decor! This chippy white dresser is topped off with flat black hardware from D. Lawless!
Shop Yard Sales For Farmhouse Decor On The Cheap
This stunner of a kitchen comes to us from The Turquoise Home! The a
rticle includes a nice tutorial with some simple tips on how to keep your hardware perfectly centered when installing.
Installing cabinet hardware can be intimidating! This simple trick makes installing new cabinets pulls so easy!
And last but of course not least is Stacy from Embracing Change with this coral painted dresser using hand painted ceramic knobs from us!
Til next month!!

11 Great Ways to Use Your Ceramic Knobs and Pulls

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 🙂

demi lune dresser
The Weathered Door went with a classic grey and white color scheme for her demi lune dresser. She added the white detail for accent creating much more visual interest to the piece. Looks fantastic!
white cabinets
After painting all the cabinets white, Ask Anna Moseley really makes these white cabinets pop with our bright red ceramic knobs. 
upcycled coat rack
This DIY upcycled cupboard door from Create and Babble creates a unique coat rack. The weathered and aged look comes from applying lime wax. Click over to see the video and pictures for how this piece comes together.
buffet media stand
The same ceramic indian knobs as used in the last piece are featured again by Embracing Change. This time only adding the final touches to a buffet or media stand. Painted in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint, the chips and spots let you see the deep red below making a very sophisticated time worn look.
mint dresser
Primitive & Proper takes this dresser from a traditional humble beginning, and the makeover produces a sweet mint dresser with colorful pink knobs for accent. The shape lends perfectly to the style of the knobs, a cottagey and feminine sort. Check out the before and after photos on this piece.
lemon meringue dresser
This lemon meringue dresser from DD’s Cottage is really a work of art. Darrielle hand paints the wreaths in a touch of white and distresses the finish, adding in chips for age, to bring this piece to its conclusion. The white ceramic knobs from us provide only a subtle touch not to distract from the weather worn look and feel.
hallway entrance
One Dog Woof is making the most out of her narrow hallway entrace. Complete with our glass hooks and indian ceramic knobs, she finds room for storage of gloves, hats, coats, and more.
holiday sideboard
Orphans with Makeup used some of our new hand painted ceramic knobs on this beautiful holiday inspired sideboard. The appliques painted to match suit the piece well. Click over to see tons of wonderful furniture makeovers.
tall dresser
With just a bit of trim work and paint this furniture makeover totally changes and the new look is fantastic. Fynes Designs brings you this tall dresser makeover tutorial with our grey ceramic knobs.
blue cabinets
Home Made Modern finishes her kitchen with our ceramic insert pulls installed with the help of a jig. Check out her article on how to install hardware on new cabinets perfectly every time.
white kitchen hutch
This kitchen hutch is huge. My Repurposed Life put a lot of work into making an epic piece, from painting, to removing the lower two drawers for more space, and finally adding our ceramic cranberry knobs and pulls. This is a must-see furniture makeover.
Hope you liked our blog features of some of the ceramics we carry. To check out the rest of our selection click over to our ceramic knobs.

Back in Black: Kitchens, Bathrooms, Dressers, Chests & More

Back in black. Today we are going to show off some of our blogger and customer projects featuring black as the primary color.

vintage black dresser
A very unique dresser is featured with our clear glass knobs from Embracing Change. If you click over to Stacey’s site you can see a number of other equally elegant dressers showing off a range of colors and styles.
side table makeover
This chalk black side table makeover receives an added touch of class with our acrylic diamond knobs on each drawer. Not to mention the fabulous bottom liners adding the extra pizzazz. To work on your own side table see how it is done at Whats Ur Home Story.
diy bar tray
This high-class DIY bar tray at Mingissiyeva & Co. has a snazzy brass and black color match that really stands out. D. Lawless is proud to have provided the small assist of the brass corner protectors in this piece.
black kitchen makeover
In her fabulous kitchen renovation, Betsy from My Five Men, decided to go with black over white. This new sleek look and fresh kitchen tells me she made the right choice. And we can’t forget to mention that the finishing touch of hardware has been added with our stainless steel bar pulls.
bathroom makeover
Ask Anna Moseley goes from pink to black in her guest bathroom makeover. Our matte chrome cup pulls add a delicate accent to the finished cabinetry. You’ll be even more amazed when you check out the bathroom step by step start to finish. 
black office desk
Virginia, from Live Love DIY, in her office makeover, highlights the room with a black refinished desk. From a 1970’s look to a more modern style this office now has a stand out fabulous look.
vintage armoire
This vintage armoire doors cabinet from My Repurposed Life really comes to life from scratch from our friend Gail. The black and gold creates a true uptown feel that will make a great wall cabinet to be placed in any room’s decor.
black bathroom refinish
This black bathroom refinish features our traditional minaret and polished chrome knobs to make a beautiful accent to the cabinetry. Elisha, from Pneumatic Addict, does an incredible job with this piece and you’ll be amazed by the before and after photos.
big black dresser
2nd Story Sewing u
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.
library card catalog
Twice Lovely shows you how to make a faux library card catalog from an old dresser. In a dull black, this piece features our own line of brass label holders.
black nightstand
A pair of nightstands refinished in lamp black milk paint with emerald and silver knobs to accent from The Weathered Door.
vintage desk makeover
Not an exact black, but Fired Earth paint by Valspar, looks amazing on this vintage desk. Number Fifty Three does a tremendous makeover on this desk and includes our white milk glass knobs for the final touch.
five drawer chest
A tall five drawer chest complete with eccentric accessories offers plenty of room for storage. Check out the tall chest repurpose from an old white to a new off black look with our antique copper label holders over at My Repurposed Life.
black bamboo dresser
Brass and a high gloss black look fantastic together. The big brass ring pulls really look stunning on this faux bamboo dresser reveal from Goodwill Glam.

May D. Lawless Blog Features

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!

rehab to fab - bathroom before rehab to fab - bathroom after
White kitchens are a favorite at D. Lawless because of the way that our hardware really stands out against the bright white background. This kitchen makeover from Evolution of Style shows what I’m talking about exactly. We love the contrast between the dark hardware and the bright cabinets!
super white kitchen after - D. Lawless Hardware
The same day we had another nice project go up from Lovely Etc. featuring our milk glass knobs. Carrie took an old dresser and turned it into a “lovely” bathroom vanity.
vintage dresser bathroom vanity with vessel sink - D. Lawless Hardware
In the middle of May we really blew up with a ton of posts going live using all sorts of our hardware. This project from My Repurposed Life features matching cranberry knobs and pulls a kitchen hutch makeover. The second shot is from My Repurposed Life again and shows off a nice reclaimed window turned shelf using our little black hooks.

kitchen hutch MyRepurposedLife.com - D. Lawless Hardware

easy window shelf project MyRepurposedLife.com

We have a great selection of brasses and antique brasses for restoring old pieces and maintaining their original style. This nice post from High Style Restyle features some Sedona bronze hardware from Liberty Hardware on a unique distressed paint job.
restoration dresser - D. Lawless Hardware - Highstyle Restyle
One of our most popular lines and one of the lines we are most proud of is our line of affordable label holders for card catalogs. Their price point has really made it possible for our customers to afford some really beautiful projects that otherwise would have eaten up their whole budget. This a great example of that from Prodigal Pieces.
Faux Card Catalog from Child's Chest by Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces
Long time partner and friend Beckie from Infarrantly Creative always does amazing things with our hardware. She is one of the few bloggers I’ve had the pleasure of meeting in person when she came to visit our store in the middle of nowhere! This bathroom makeover features some really nice modern style hooks from Liberty Hardware.
farmhouse bathroom - D. Lawless Hardware
We have built a good bit of our reputation by being a source for high quality, beautiful glass knobs at affordable prices. There’s no reason a little glass knobs should be so expensive! So we love it when they are featured in pretty bathrooms like this farmhouse bathroom at Making it in the Mountains. Projects like this really show our customers that our glass is high quality and will look fabulous with their newly designed rooms.
A Farmhouse Style Bathroom | www.makingitinthemountains.com

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!

Navy bedroom - D. Lawless Hardware
This boxwood empire dresser from Embracing Change was featured earlier this month as part of our first D. Lawless All Star series. It’s included here again because it was a May post. Below that we have a second project in the same month in a kitchen buffet featuring our hand painted ceramic knobs. And finally we have a black beauty using our cut glass knobs and Miss Mustard Seed Paint.
Boxwood Beauty - Embracing Change - D. Lawless Hardware

kitchen buffet - D. Lawless Hardware

Typewriter Dresser - Embracing Change - D. Lawless Hardware

Speaking of All Stars we have another one in Ashley from Vintage Refined. We’ve done a good number of projects with her and they always turn out beautiful like this nice distressed dresser here using bail pulls from our store. We got double duty from Ashley this month as well. In the second photo you can see a little glass knob from our store on a little duck egg blue end table!
distressed dresser - D. Lawless Hardware
endtable - D. Lawless Hardware

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.

I dig Pinterest - D. Lawless Hardware
I never tire of posts using our card catalog labels! This one is from My Sweet Things and uses some pull label holders to put together a lovely little faux card catalog for the International Bloggers Club Challenge. It was pretty cool because we got double posts! One in English and one in Spanish.
How to turn an old dresser into a faux card catalog the easy and cheap way
We have the pleasure of working with new people all the time and it was a great experience to meet and work with Val from Home Made Modern using some of our ceramic insert pulls that we have a great price on.
diy kitchen hutch - D. Lawless Hardware
And last but certainly not least we have a nice attic makeover from A Hopeful Hood that includes some our Copper Creek Hardware line on the door!
Attic Makeover - D. Lawless Hardware
We’ve already had five posts go live in June and it’s on the second! So I’ll be looking forward to another long post next month with all sorts of beautiful projects. I’ve been thinking of including customer projects and Free Hardware Friday projects in the future as well if anyone is interested in having their’s featured.