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.
We have an amazing line of glass knobs, but sometimes you’re looking for something that fits the budget. Our line of acrylic knobs can help out in the budgeting department. Durable and aesthetically pleasing, these knobs come in all shapes and sizes. You’ll surely find the perfect fit for your home decor.
iners and diamond cut brass base acrylic knobs.
Abandon Art takes old furniture and gives them a unique touch that adds a bit of style and accent to each piece. D. Lawless partnered with Jeannie Smith and her daughter Katherine. Jeannie runs the creative side of the business refinishing, staining, and painting the furniture makeovers with her custom chalk formulas, while Katherine searches secondhand stores and thrift shops for the right pieces.
This first dresser features a beautiful custom paint job in a very unique blue or turquoise hue. In the following pictures, our D. Lawless line of glass knobs were added in a sun aged color to add the finishing touches to the dressers.
Stained Glass Source, Inc. is a small business out of New Mexico just recently started getting bases from us to create some really nice fused glass knobs they are selling on Etsy. After checking out their site though I really wanted to show off a few of their stained glass pieces that have nothing to do with our hardware. Below are two of the several dozens styles that I liked the most followed by one style of the fused glass knobs they are making with our bases.
Also, here is an interesting little bit about their community from their website:
“Silver City has long been an attractive place for burgeoning artists to relocate. Our pleasant climate, stunning scenery and relatively low cost of living are all responsible factors when artists want to call Silver City and the surrounding areas home. There is an active gallery and artist studio association that promotes a popular artist studio tour in the fall called the Red Dot Art Weekend.”
We recently had the pleasure of being included in a couple of nice projects on the furniture makeover blogs Fyne’s Designs and Colour Saturated Life.
This first post features a makeover over of an old style jewelry box at Fyne’s Designs. Virginia took a plain and beaten up jewelry box and upcycled it using a nice mix of our antique style glass knobs.
This is one of the most creative projects we’ve ever had the pleasure of having our hardware featured on and it comes from Evey’s Creations! The full article features a how to on the redoing the dresser and more interestingly, the decoupage artwork all over the front. And most importantly, to us anyways :), she used some of our octagon glass pulls that have been gaining in popularity a lot lately.
We are lucky to get to work with a number of creative people during our marketing and efforts to grow and Ashley at Vintage Refined is no exception. She recently completed this beautiful yellow dresser makeover and topped it off using some of our clear glass pulls! You can click the image to get through to see her whole article or click here to see the pulls.
A long time coming! This collection of fused glass knobs is the first from Design Studio 180 and we are proud to have them up on our site. Phillip Mambro of Design Studio 180 partnered with us and used our bases to create a variety of styles of modern style glass knobs.
You can see the whole collection here, but for here are a few of my favorites.
Mirrored Amber w/ Antique Brass
Mirrored Blue w/ Black
We are very pleased to show you the spread from the August edition of This Old House Magazine that features three knobs from us alongside big dogs like World Market! They featured two D. Lawless brand glass knobs and an older style from Liberty Hardware that we carry. I linked to the stuff from us right here below. By the way, compare prices on this stuff. Our knobs DESTROY the competition in the price category and look just as beautiful or better!
D. Lawless Hardware first got started with glass in an entirely different industry slumping glass for curio cabinets. As we transitioned into hardware we started our own collection of depression era and Victorian era glass knobs and pulls. We started out with classic clear and pink, soon added green, blue, and others. Over time we have developed several one of a kinda glass knobs that you can’t get anywhere else such as our sun aged clear glass, milk glass, and carnival glass hardware.
We have a great price point and very high quality. You can’t find higher quality glass knobs simply by paying more for them. In fact, many of the other shops out there selling higher priced knobs that look just like these are actually using us a supplier and re-marketing the glass knobs under their own brand.
Below we are proud to show off the beauty and quality of our glass hardware collection by posting pictures from just a small number of times our glass knobs and pulls have been used on projects by DIY and home decor bloggers.
Starting off we have our most popular glass knob, the 1 1/4″ clear glass knob. In this post from Number Fifty-Three Angela used it to adorn an old dresser she reworked. She also used our milk white barrel glass and fluted clear glass knob on some other nice projects.