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DIY: Leather Lace and Wooden Ball Door Pull

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DIY: Leather Lace and Wooden Ball Door Pull

March 16, 2015

An easy half-day project for a doorknob-less door, courtesy of Alessandra Taccia, a Cambridge, England–based artist and blogger. We featured her house a while back on Remodelista, and one of the details that struck us for its ingenuity was this DIY door pull.

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Above: Alessandra’s clever door pull offers two options for opening and closing a doorknob-less door. 

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Above: A roll of Natural Leather Cord is $2.35 for three millimeters from Minor Details on Etsy. Photograph by Erin Boyle.

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Above: Round Wood Natural Beads are available in a range of sizes on Amazon. Photograph via Earnest Home Co.

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Above: It’s easy to replicate Alessandra’s leather pull–go to How to Make a Leather Cabinet Pull for our tutorial.

See more of Alessandra’s house at House Call: Slow Living at La Casita and visit her shop, Alessandra Taccia, where she offers items for the home. 

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