19 Knobs and Drawer Pulls to Make Your DIY Project Look Super Custom

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Look around your home. We know there's a dresser, credenza, desk, or cabinet in need of an upgrade. Instead of buying new, think about a fresh coat of paint. Once that dries, the secret to making your DIY look super custom is a fetching handle, knob, or pull that makes your creation look like a designer product. Yes, some of these knobs are expensive and might cost you a couple hundred dollars to buy enough to complete a project, but we bet you anything that it will still be less than something store-bought.

Petite Friture Bubble Small Glass Hook, $85
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CB2 Black Marble Handles, $17.95-$24.95
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Forge Hardware Studio Lucite and Brass Drawer Knob, $8.99
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HookedPullMeKnob Brass and Leather Pull, $7.90-$27.90
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Anthropologie Graham Handle, $22
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Ferm Living Blue Lapis and Brass Knob (Large), $65
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Posh Hardware Shop Leaf Handle Pull (2-pack, small), $27.82
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https://www.schoolhouse.com/collections/cabinet-knobs/products/vista-crystal-knob-flat-black
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Anthropologie Una Knobs (2), $24
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https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/oesternaes-leather-handle-tanned-leather-20348896/
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Hardware Foundry Brass Knot Knob, $7
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CB2 Amethyst or Quartz Concave Knob, $19.95
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RH Lambeth Hexagonal Knob, $21
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Whitewashed Shop Concrete Round Cabinet Knob, $6.86-$8
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Beauty Acrylic Blue Cabinet Door Knob (2), $6.12
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World Market Mother of Pearl and Wood Knobs (2), $11.98
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Anthropologie Palmistry Knobs (2), $32
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