Using Ornate Pocket Door Hardware – Solid Brass, Bronze, Antique Brass Designs

November 7, 2017 Posted by kyu7

Pocket door pulls are a great way to add detail and color to the otherwise plain pocket doors in your home or office. Pocket doors are a great alternative to traditional swing doors because they save an average of fifteen square feet in a room. A pocket door is installed into an opening in the wall and slides along a track attached to the top and bottom of the door. Pocket pulls are used to move the door open and closed along this track.

Pocket door hardware is available in a wide variety of designs, shapes and sizes. Depending on your decorating motif, you can find pocket door hardware that will complement your d├ęcor beautifully. Pocket door pulls can range from very simple in design to very ornate lost cast wax designs. Pulls are generally cast in solid brass and they are available in several finishes including Polished Brass, Antique Brass, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Satin Nickel, Polished Chrome, Matte Black and even some unique Art Deco style finishes.

Many door pull designs are produced today and this allows you to incorporate their patterns into your kitchen, bedrooms, bathroom and more. These pulls can transform a boring home into a showplace – but be sure to follow a few simple steps. First, use solid brass pulls and knobs throughout your home for a more unified theme. Second, replace older and worn down furniture knobs with coordinating brass knob styles. Note: The use of solid brass hardware will tie the look together for you. You can also incorporate this theme into other areas of your home such as the lighting and doorknobs to further coordinate your rooms. Use decorating magazines or ask an interior designer or other design expert for additional help if needed. By using solid brass hardware through the entire house you can vary the color or design – you do not need to use the same pulls on cabinets, furniture, or drawers.

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