ISSUE 22  |  Australia and Beyond

Hardware Collection by Sibella Court for Anthropologie

May 29, 2012 10:00 PM

BY Julie Carlson

Sibella Court, Australia's queen of disheveled chic, teamed up with Anthropologie a while back on a line of handmade hardware for the home inspired by her own collection of aged wood and tarnished metal hardware.

"The expertise of traditional tradesmen (forgers, tinkers, and smiths) has been lost over time, as handmade became machine-made and mass-produced," she says. "I want to reference the time when the pieces you bought felt like someone had whittled them or sharpened them to imperfection with their own hands."

Above L: The Sibella Court Old World Clothespin with brass trim is $1.95 at Anthropologie. Above R: A selection of Court's cabinet pulls is available from Anthropologie.

Above: The antiqued iron Ephemera Clip is $8.

Above: The Fixed Rope Handle Short of iron and jute is $12.

Above: The cast-iron Library Pull is $8.

Above: The Pliant Rope Handle is $12.