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10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware

Sick days and Pinterest are best friends. It’s true.

I think cold and flu season is when my ideas and inspirations and “must DIY” list are on hyperdrive. With sick days happening at our house this week and a few half-finished projects hanging out in our garage, I got the sudden itch in my Pinterest browsing to update the hardware on some of our bedroom furniture.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

And then I realized, I hadn’t shared my favorite fast way to jazz up furniture. Hardware!

Painting furniture is fun and all, but the perfect drawer pulls and cabinet knobs are the cherry on top. It’s those little details that can really make a space come to life. Plus, adding knobs and pulls is definitely not as labor intensive as painting. Win – win! (But if you’re a furniture painting novice, you can see my beginner’s guide here and my favorite paint source here.)

So I’ve rounded up some of my absolute favorite sources for finding furniture and cabinet hardware for all price ranges and all styles:  (Some affiliate links are provided below for convenience. For more information, see my disclosure here.)

  1.  Hobby Lobby–  It’s hands down my favorite place to find funky, unique hardware. Most locations have an entire aisle! It’s furniture makeover heaven, I tell ya. And it seems about every other week their hardware is marked down at 50% off.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

2. Amazon – There are lots of amazing deals for hardware on Amazon from all sorts of vendors. I can often find the exact same hardware cheaper there than in retail stores.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

3. Etsy – It’s great supporting small businesses whenever possible, and Etsy is one of those resources where you can buy really unique hardware from artists, crafters, and even collectors for genuine antique pieces.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

4. World Market – This is one of those sources that’s great for a bohemian or industrial look on hardware. And if you join their Explorer program, you can get a discount.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

5. Lowe’s and Home Depot – Both are great for finding hardware with a classic look. And their selections are definitely some of the largest I’ve found.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

6.  Anthropologie – This one’s on the pricier side, but their knobs, pulls, and hooks are gorgeous! And you can still get lucky with a sale.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

7. Target – For some reason, Target’s hardware line is a little on the pricier side too, but their pretty styles make up for it. Keep an eye out for deals on home-related items on the Cartwheel app too.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

8. D. Lawless Hardware – This one’s my little furniture flipping secret. The selection on this site is amazing! And their prices are pretty great too.

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

9. House of Antique Hardware – I haven’t bought any hardware from this site yet, but their cabinet and furniture line is like no other. So much beautiful stuff!

10 Best Places to Buy Furniture Hardware | blesserhouse.com | Awesome list and how to get discounts!

10. HomeGoods / Marshalls / TJ Maxx – It’s sometimes tricky to buy hardware in bulk at these places, but if you need just 2 or 4 matching drawer pulls, I see beautiful ones here all the time at a discount.

I’ll have a little furniture facelift coming soon to show off my latest hardware find too. Can’t wait! Until then, you can check out all of my furniture flips here.

Have you ever done any furniture makeovers yourself before? Or do you have a favorite hardware go-to you’d be willing to share? Even if you are afraid to take that first step to paint a piece, if you can handle a screwdriver, you can still give anything a lovely new look.

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13 Comments

  1. Thanks for this info, because I am currently seeking new pulls for my son’s bathroom. Now I don’t have to go seeking all over the place for reasonable pulls, you help me avoid that headache. Too, some of the places you mention I never thought of them as carrying knobs.

    1. Glad it could help! I just found one called 99centknobs.com that’s pretty great too. Every knob and pull is under $1.00

  2. Hi Lauren,
    Just wanted to say I loved your intro to this post. My family and I have been passing the cold/flu bug around the last 2 weeks and my Pinterest boards are filling with ideas as a result, glad to know I’m not the only one! I just discovered your blog tonight and I love you decor taste and ideas. My style is very similar so I’ll have to try out some of your diy projects. Hope your family gets to feeling better soon!

    1. Oh no! Hope you and your family get to feeling better soon! We’re finally all well (for now) at our house. ‘Tis the season, right? Thanks so much for all the blog love! So glad you’re enjoying it. 🙂

  3. Great resource. Thank you. I actually found a metal worker on etsy that I’m wanting to redo my hubby’s dresser to update it. Pricey very. But I’ve seen his work and it is so awesome. Doing an entire kitchen? Uh no!!

    1. Oh wow! Mind sharing the seller? I might want to check out his work. Etsy does seem to be pricier overall, but it makes me feel a little better supporting small businesses over corporations.

  4. The first thing I do when I buy a new piece of furniture is update the hardware – there isn’t a single factory original knob or pull in my house! I love that swapping out the knobs can make IKEA look custom and expensive. 🙂

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