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How to Add Iron Hardware to Your Doors

If you are building your home or are altering your home's interior design to match a rustic style, you will want to make the same alterations to the doors inside your home. There are quite of a number of rustic options for hardware and for door finishes that will assist you with achieving your rustic design, including wrought iron hardware that can be used in kitchens and bathroom doors to achieve an authentic look.

Here are some iron hardware options for your doors:

  • Authentic iron grips are ideal for your kitchen, offering accents to your wooden cabinets, doors, and drawers.
  • Pewter knobs, which compliment various iron pieces, add a sense of style to your bathrooms, kitchens or living areas with a period look of matured pewter. Forged iron knobs include mushroom shapes, with various sizes for doors as well as cabinets, drawers, chests, and furniture.
  • Conversion or Mortise door sets: complete lock set kits include back plates and door knobs with dummy and entry sets designed for modern or vintage doors.
  • Decorative door hinges: available in sizes from 2.5" to 6" with steeple and ball tipped loose hinge pins and authentic slotted screws in matching finish in simple to ornate styles. They are perfectly suited for closet doors, passage doors, and pantry doors.
  • Door accessories: from door bells to door bolts, mail slots, knockers, door stops, and signs.
  • Push and Kick Plates: Sturdy to stand up to heavy use in a variety of styles, sizes, and finishes.
  • Door set parts and accessories: Spare parts and vintage accents, including sliding door bolts, doorstops, cover plates, and door spindles.
  • Bolts, Finishing Nails, and Slide Bolts: Black powder-coated clavos are nails with an antiquated look and feel and decorative nails and elevated square nails that range in color from wrought iron black to oxidized copper. Slide bolts offer a rustic feel and can be used for interior doors in lieu of a traditional door handle.
  • Gate Hooks: Sturdy iron gate hooks prevent doors or gates from being opened with a classic look of iron.
  • Forged Iron Wire Pulls: Graceful iron wire pulls are contemporary in design and can be mounted at any angle.

As you can see, there are a variety of iron hardware pieces that can be added to your doors. They're available online at a variety of vintage furniture sites and are selected by homeowners who want an authentic look. Look for sites with a wide selection and bargain prices for vintage iron hardware accessories for your doors.

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