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Ready to be inspired? These creative designers are using hardware in all new ways! And now they have us inspired to tackle some home projects. With a little imagination they prove that hardware can create a custom look to whatever space you are working on. Whether it is in a mudroom, kitchen, bathroom or closet these creative solutions for hardware have us inspired!

Benson Backplates and Knobs in Mudroom Lockers
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1. Use Backplates to make a statement

Cindy Mccord used our Benson Backplates in nickel to add a custom look to these mudroom lockers. Paired with our Benson solid brass knobs they make a useful spot to hang a jacket or purse.

Harrison Knob in Polished Nickel with Rose Quartz Used as a Bathroom Towel Hook
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2. A gemstone knob becomes a luxurious towel hook

Add a luxurious detail to any bathroom by installing a gemstone knob to use as a towel hook. We love how designer Kate Hutchinson used the Harrison Pull to add a finishing touch to this elegant master bath. Paired with a backplate this look has instant impact.

Lane Malachite Knob Used to Hang a Green Vanity Mirror
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3. Use hardware to Hang a Mirror or Art

Designer Laura Hildebrandt, from Interiors by LH, was clever enough to swap out a dull nail with a glamorous Malachite knob to hang her vanity mirror. The Lane knob is the perfect size to add that custom detail.

Brass Mayan Snake Knob on a Wine Refrigerator - Modern Maroon Bar
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4. Add a detail to standard appliances

Michelle Nussbaumer used her solid brass Mayan Snake hardware to add a custom detail to a standard wine refrigerator. Swap out existing hardware or add some fun and wild hardware in small spaces to really create an impact.

Tan Upholstered Pantry Doors with Navy Blue and Brass Star Backplates and Scallop Knobs
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5. Use decorative hardware to transform pantry doors

No more boring old pantry doors here! Designer Cheryl Luckett transformed double pantry doors by upholstering, adding nailheads and custom hardware. She used the Star backplates and scallop knobs to give it maximum impact.