Renovating your home can be stressful with so many different things to take into account. In amongst all the painting, decorating, and building you can forget the little details that can make or break your home. Door handles and door fittings particularly can be overlooked during home improvements leading to an incomplete and unappealing aesthetic throughout your home.
Door fittings are a small design detail, but a clever choice of décor that enhances the overall aesthetic. The choice of style and finish of door fittings and finishing touches can say a lot about the style of your home. Style is important when selecting door knobs and handles for your home.
To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of things to remember and take into consideration when considering door fittings for your renovations.
Choosing the right door handles may seem overwhelming at first glance, but if you tailor them to your doorstep style and choose the type of door handles you want, you’re well on your way to ticking them off your to-do list. For your help selecting, here is all you need to know about the door fittings. From what kind of handles complete the look and feel of your door starting with.
With so many types of door handles, handles, and fixtures to choose from, it can be difficult to know which is the best for your front door. From rustic iron to modern polished silver and brass, you have many options to consider when using custom front door handles for your home. The right type of doorknobs is an important decision when it comes to adding doors to your converted room or home.
If you select just the right door fittings, you will want a handle that matches or complements your door style. For a classic front door, brass or antique brown fittings are a classic choice, especially when it comes to a full-body handle set. Rustic entrance doors have bronze or wrought iron door fittings that represent a rustic craftsman style, and sectional or monolithic handle sets complement this style. Hardware styles complement the style of the door, so our vintage glass buttons and classic matte black panels are a great addition to our traditional doors.
The right front door hardware can make a big difference to how your exterior appears in your home. The right hardware can set the tone for your home from closet door knobs to bathroom door sets. Key knobs can be used for exterior doors and key inputs for security requirements. Privacy Bedroom and bathroom knobs come with a locking mechanism and the description says that the knob can be installed in the tub or the bedroom if you want the interior door locked.
If you want to build a house in the style of the epoch and capture every detail, you will find a door knob that reflects the design and furnishings of the time. Door knobs made of unpainted brass look beautiful in the right setting and with the right door color.
With French exterior doors, you know you want to make sure the handle has a sturdy lock to protect your house from intruders. For cabinet doors, replacing the inner button with an integrated door spindle with an oversized thumbscrew is an ideal option if you want a more elaborate and elegant button on the front of the cabinet door or in some cases easier operation of the door on the inside. For use in laundry cabinets and other cabinet applications, no matching button or lever is required on the inside of the door.
If you follow this advice, your home will look beautiful and aesthetically appealing with its brand new, stylish door fittings.