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Storage: Glass Knobs as Clothing Hooks

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Storage: Glass Knobs as Clothing Hooks

Sarah Lonsdale February 04, 2010

We like this installation of randomly placed, mismatched glass knobs as hooks; create a similar look with vintage knobs from Anthropologie, Rejuvenation, or Crown City Hardware.

Photo by Pierre-Jean Verger.

Above: Prism Knob; $10 at Anthropologie (also available in amethyst, amber, mint, and bottle green).

Above: Early 20th century Glass Cabinet Knob; available in three sizes from $11.80 at Crown City Hardware.

 

Above: Violette Knob for $8 from Anthropologie.

Above: Colonial Ribbed Glass Cabinet Knobs; $30 for set of two from Rejuvenation.

Above: Antique Hexagonal Glass Knobs, set of five for $60 from Rejuvenation.

Product Summary  

Cabinet Hardware

Prism Knob

$10.00 USD from Anthropologie

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