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Friday, December 16, 2016

D. Lawless Glass on Featured Blogs

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.

milk white dresser

First up is this white dresser, painted and distressed for the vintage look and feel that is has. Our milk white glass knobs and pulls help put the finishing touches on a nice dresser makeover from Number Fifty Three.

distressed bedside table

You're really going to want to see how this charming bedside table comes together over at The Painted Drawer. Suzanne used some Annie Sloan chalk paint in Aubusson. And when distressed the deep blue looks fantastic on darker toned woods. Octagon glass knobs courtesy of D. Lawless go great with this piece.

under the bed storage

Purdy Little House takes some old drawers and creates some beautiful under the bed storage space for her kids room. The drawers were painted in a rich coral shade that goes great with our milk green glass pulls.

antique server table

This little antique server table in a red that certainly catches the eye uses our most popular item the 1-1/4" clear glass knob. Stacey from Embracing Change makes it all happen from beat up worn out antique furniture to this brand new look in emperors silk.

typewrite black desk

Stacey from Embracing Change is a D. Lawless All Star so we couldn't help but feature her twice. This antique beauty in miss mustard seeds typewriter milk paint is just gorgeous. The ice blue glass knobs provide the perfect contrast. Make sure to click over to see the full piece.

lingerie chest

This lingerie chest started off with an asain flair and went through an incredible transformation. Now it would be more aptly described as a stunning weathered lingerie chest with love birds decoupaged drawers. Just the Woods will give you the full scoop on the makeover.

yellow dresser

I love this yellow dresser using our clear glass knobs from Vintage Refined. Annie Sloan's Arles gives it the deep yellow color that you see pictured and it's rich enough that it doesn't seem nursery, but soft enough that it doesn't take you back to the 70's. Fabulous makeover!

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