Corinne Door Hardware October 29th, 2017 - 00:29:47
The foregoing are the main types of door hardware. These are all a door needs to function in a basic sense. There is however the possibility of adding other types of hardware to a door. For instance one could conceivably add a door sweep at the bottom. This is most often a thin piece of aluminum with either a piece of rubber or a brush like fibers of some natural or synthetic material that prevent drafts from coming in under the door. These are very handy for drafty exterior doors and are often included with screen doors. They are usually screwed to the front of the door or otherwise affixed.
So take a look at the doors in your home. From your front door to the door to the medicine cabinet what is your door hardware lacking? Could your bathroom design be enhanced by replacing your current cabinet knobs with more colorful cabinet pulls? Or is your kitchens design begging to be updated with the installation of sleeker more sophisticated knobs? Regardless of which doors youre interested in impacting new door knob hardware will give your doors that amazing first impression that will have your guests talking.
The inlay handles are the one part of pocket door hardware that is decorative. You can get them in silver gold and plastic. The metal pocket door hardware is able to be etched or engraved which is recommended if you want some style. Sliding door hardware is slightly less hard to get hold of than that of pocket doors. Their located near the back of the house leading out to the pool or the deck. The sliding door hardware is primarily a sturdy plastic but it doesnt have to be. It can be replaced with metal of aluminum or you can go high hog and get silver or gold.
Solid bronze and brass door hardware is produced today - allowing you to incorporate new patterns into your home and specifically your interior and exterior doors. This hardware can transform your home into a showpiece but be sure to follow a few simple steps. First use solid brass hardware on every door in your house (inside and out) to create a common theme. By using similar designs or patterns (such as roped Eastlake Victorian themes) you can further tie the look together. Second be sure to replace other worn hardware in your home such as cabinet knobs and drawer pulls with coordinating brass hardware.